Live With Lifetime Achievement Heroes
The Mountain Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross in Provo, Utah recognizes local heroes in the community each year.
On April 10, 2014 at 4:00 Mountain Time, Rachel Solomon of Provo’s American Red Cross office along with local Board Chair Dr. Jessica Egbert will join me for a live discussion with Lifetime Achievement Heroes David Dominguez and Lakshmi Johal-Dominguez.
Tune in here then and watch:
About the American Red Cross:
The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need. Our network of generous donors, volunteers and employees share a mission of preventing and relieving suffering, here at home and around the world, through five key service areas:
Supporting America’s Military Families
Health and Safety Services
About Rachael Solomon:
Rachael Solomon is the Development and Community Relations Director for the Mountain Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross in Provo Utah. Rachael grew up in Salem Oregon, the oldest of eight. Early on she craved adventure. As she set out in life she was drawn to the sea, working her way through many levels in the world of commercial fishing. After nine amazing years she concluded her career, the pinnacle being her contract as a consulting Chief Steward aboard a Russian vessel.
As one door shut another opened and she started her trek through the many layers of higher education, first studying hospitality and event management. Her interest in business continually grew and her focus became clearer. She continued in school and graduated with her bachelor of science in business administration from Eastern Oregon University focusing in leadership, organization and management. As she graduated her interests solidified in nonprofit work and she continued her education at Marylhurst University in Oregon, near Lake Oswego. She graduated with an MBA in 2012 with an emphasis in nonprofit management. She joined the Red Cross in June of 2013.
About Dr. Jessica Egbert:
Dr. Jessica Egbert is the Associate Vice President of Institutional Planning and Strategic Initiatives at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, where her expertise is in assessment, informatics, and project management. She holds a BS in Psychology, a MEd in Educational Technology, and a PhD in Educational Leadership. Her research interests are non-cognitive factors of the hybrid doctoral student experience and she has presented nationally on data-driven assessment and institutional effectiveness. She is a community advocate and serves on the Board of Directors of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce and as Board of Directors Chair for the American Red Cross – Mountain Valley Chapter. Dr. Egbert was recently featured as one of Utah Valley Magazine’s “Fab 40” and she enjoys SCUBA diving, her amazing husband, laughter, and excessive amounts of ice cream.
About David Dominguez and Lakshmi Johal-Dominguez:
David and Lakshmi have been volunteering for community projects and service for the past 23 years. David has been recognized for his service and innovative approach to teaching his BYU Law students how important it is to serve in their community. They helped start and served as originating board members for the Utah County branch of Habitat for Humanity. Lakshmi serves on school boards, supports the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, the Hale Theater Board of Directors, and supports community service in her neighborhood. They have both made serving others a priority in their lives and even more importantly have taught their children the importance of service to others.
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