The Channing Hall Governing Board is made up of a group of caring individuals from diverse backgrounds who are building a school that offers an educational choice for the community. You may email Board members at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy Reams is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in California and Utah. Her professional experience includes litigation consulting with Navigant Consulting, Inc., Assurance services with Ernst & Young (EY) in San Francisco and Salt Lake City, finance with Utah-based Control4 Corporation and currently offers consulting services, specializing in technical accounting research, analysis and documentation. In her free time, Amy enjoys golf, pilates, culinary arts and traveling with her family.
Marcy Allen is the Director of Sales for a fintech company based out of Salt Lake City. She holds a BS in Psychology from University of Utah and relocated to the East Coast shortly after graduating to pursue her career. She currently resides in Draper UT, returning in 2015 with a family and a focus on creating similar opportunities that she has had for our youth. Marcy enjoys mountain biking, hiking and spending time in the mountains with family and friends.
Lacy Sylvia has spent most of her life in Utah and works in logistics for a healthcare non profit that does organ procurement for Utah and Idaho. Lacy has served as CHAPS President for two years and held other CHAPS board positions during her family's ten years at Channing Hall. In her free time Lacy coaches softball, cycles and loves to travel with her family.
Lisa Bruns - Policy Committee Member
Lisa Bruns grew up in California and got her Secondary Education Teaching Credential in Physical Education and Dance there before she moved to Utah in 2011. She is a Whole30 Certified Coach, owner of BodyBack, LLC, and she is currently the president of the MOMS Club of Draper. All 3 of her children have attended school at Channing Hall. Lisa enjoys yoga, thrifting and going to concerts.
David S. Hunt is a business attorney with over 23 years of litigation and transactional experience. He has experience with business cases in Federal Courts, U.S. Bankruptcy Courts and/or State Courts located in California, Colorado, Delaware (Court of Chancery), Illinois, Nevada, Texas, and Utah. He has also served as legal counsel to clients subject to SEC and PCAOB enforcement matters. In a transactional capacity, Mr. Hunt has been closely involved in business financing transactions for dozens of private and public companies, and advised on securities law, corporate and litigation issues. He has also drafted numerous registration statements, information/proxy statements, annual, quarterly and current reports with the SEC for a variety of public corporations. He is an active member of the National Association of Corporate Directors and obtained fellow status in that Association. He is an avid skier, plays competitive lacrosse, is a former university lacrosse head coach and enjoys travel.
After graduating Missouri Science & Technology (formerly Missouri School of Mines) Rebecca worked as an IT consultant for Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), MasterCard International, and CIBER Federal across private and public sectors. As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) her positions included software development BA / PM, Program / Contracts Manager, and Business Developer. Rebecca and her family moved to Utah five years ago where she works with numerous non-profits such as BSA, Girl Scouts of America, Best Buddies International, and Best Friends Animal Society. Her daughter attends Channing Hall and her son, SJBMS. Prior to moving to Utah, Rebecca volunteered at her children’s schools in N. California, N. Virginia, and N. NJ. She loves participating in and watching sports. She and her family enjoy all things outdoors including hiking, pickleball, camping, biking, yoga, and skiing! Becca played softball through college and was inducted into her alma mater’s Hall of Fame in 2010. Additionally, she enjoys owning and managing real estate.
Channing Hall Board Meetings are generally held monthly. Please see the school calendar on this website for upcoming meeting dates. School holidays may cause a change to the meeting schedule. Meetings are open to the public and parents are encouraged to attend.
Meetings follow the Utah Public and Open Meetings Act and Robert’s Rules of Order. As such, the board allows time on every agenda for public comment. One individual is allowed a total of two minutes to speak, or up to five minutes if speaking on behalf of a group. Please refer to the Family Handbook on our Resources page for guidance on formally addressing the board. Outside of the designated Public Comment time, non board members are allowed to participate in the meeting only if acknowledged by the board president.
View the Board Meeting Agenda and Minutes for our next meeting.
Minutes from past meetings can be viewed at the front desk of the school.
View the School Charter here.
View the Board Governance Policies here