Board of Trustees

2018-2019 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

JB Taylor, Chair, P ’19, ’24, ’26
Eric Huefner, Vice-Chair, P ’19, ’19, ’23, ’27
Jason Miller ’88, Secretary, P  ’12,  ’16, ’19
Aaron Aizad ’98, P’ 26, ‘29, ‘32, ‘32
Chantal Dolan, P ’21, ’22
Ray Etcheverry, P ’03,’07, ’13
Kim Cordova Fehoko, P ’19, ’22
Mark Matheson, P ’17
Alison McSlarrow, P ’18,  ’20
Ron Mika,  P ’06, ’08, ’10, ’15, ’18.
Steve Miller, P ’15, ’17, ’19, ’23
Heather Scott, P ‘27, ‘29, ‘32
Brady Southwick, P ‘20, ‘22, 28
Kristin Stockham,  P ’13, ’17, ’22
Tom Stockham,  P ’13, ’17, ’22
Andrew Menke, Head of School,  ex-officio
 
JB Taylor, Chair

JB Taylor, Chair

City: Sandy, UT
Spouse: Hillary
Children: Sophia ’19, James ’24, Austin ’26, and Haley
Committee: Board Chair
 
JB graduated from Stanford University earning a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering.  JB has been the Lead Portfolio Manager for the Wasatch Core Growth Fund since 2000 and for the Wasatch Small Cap Growth Fund since 2016. In addition, he is a Lead Portfolio Manager for the Wasatch Global Opportunities Fund.  He is also a member of the Wasatch Advisors Board of Directors. He joined Wasatch Advisors as a Research Analyst in 1996, working on the Micro Cap Fund. He began working on the Core Growth Fund as a Senior Research Analyst in 1999.
Eric Huefner, Vice-Chair

Eric Huefner, Vice-Chair

City: Salt Lake City, UT
Spouse: Martha Thomas
Children: HuxleyAnn ’19, Eliza ’19, Delaney ’23, and Blythe ’27
Committee: Chair, Mission, Executive, and Marketing & Admissions
 
Eric graduated from Harvard University with honors, receiving an B.A. in Economics, and holds an M.B.A. with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Eric serves as the president and chief operating officer of Grandeur Peak Global Advisors. Prior to co-founding Grandeur Peak in 2011, he was vice president of Marketing and Mutual Funds at Wasatch Advisors. Eric has extensive experience in developing and implementing marketing strategies, increasing product awareness, brand positioning, and advertising having spent twelve years in brand management at Sara Lee, Kraft/Nabisco, and Campbell’s. Early in his career, Eric spent three years as a middle and upper school math teacher, and a basketball, golf, soccer, and lacrosse coach at Waterford. His own children have been students at Waterford since 2006.
Jason Miller ’88, Secretary

Jason Miller ’88, Secretary

City:  Cottonwood Heights, UT
Spouse: Dr. Luana Uluave
Children:  Emma ’12, Thomas ’16, and Meredith ’19
Committee: Chair, Governance and Executive
 
Jason is a graduate of Waterford’s Class of 1988 and former President of the Waterford School Alumni Association. He graduated from Brigham Young University with B.A. in English and earned his J.D. at Columbia University School of Law.  He serves as an Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Select Portfolio Servicing.
Aaron Aizad ‘98

Aaron Aizad ‘98

City: Sandy, UT
Spouse: Amy
Children: Ava’26, Asher ‘29, Aston ‘32, and Alex ‘32
Committee: Advancement, Finance
 
After Waterford, Aaron attended the University of Utah and received a BS in Behavioral Science and Health.  He has worked in the healthcare industry since he was 14 years old and is currently the CEO of Cozy Healthcare, Inc. which focuses on home health and hospice in Utah and Arizona. In addition, Aaron has developed properties in the senior living space and serves as a consultant in many areas of the healthcare field. As an active investor in the stock market, he was known to make stock trades between classes during his time as a student at Waterford. Prior to joining the Board, Aaron has been a very active member of the Alumni Council for 10 years. He likes anything sports and loves to travel.
Chantal Dolan

Chantal Dolan

City: Sandy, UT
Spouse: Barr
Children: Barr ‘21 and Ella ‘22
Committee: Chair, Advancement
 
Chantal received her BA in Human Biology from Stanford University, her MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from UC Berkeley, and her PhD in Epidemiology from the Stanford University School of Medicine. She has two decades of experience working in the biotechnology industry both in-house and as a consultant. Currently, Chantal is President of CMD Consulting. She has worked in all phases of clinical trials to design and implement scientifically sound epidemiology and outcomes research studies to support the biologic license applications of biotechnology products. She has experience working in many clinical areas including oncology, endocrinology, immunology, pulmonary diseases, and ophthalmology.
Ray Etcheverry  

Ray Etcheverry  

City: Salt Lake City, UT
Spouse: Kathy
Children: Mathew ’03, Jeffrey ’07, and Allison ’13
Committee: Finance
 
Ray graduated with honors from the University of Utah with a B.S in Economics and received his Juris Doctorate from Duke University.  Ray is chairman of the board of directors at Parsons Behle & Latimer, where he devotes his practice to business litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in the areas of antitrust, intellectual property, securities litigation, class action defense, and other complex business litigation. Ray is recognized in Best Lawyers in America for Bet-the-Company Litigation, Antitrust Law and Commercial Litigation. He is also recognized in Chambers USA for Business Litigation and Antitrust Law.  He is an active member of the Litigation, Antitrust and Intellectual Property Sections of the American Bar Association.
Kim Cordova Fehoko  

Kim Cordova Fehoko  

City: Draper, UT
Spouse: Ofa
Children: Matteo ‘19 and Takavaha ‘22
Committee: Mission
 
Kim is a graduate Westminster College and the University of Utah School of Law. Kim was recently appointed by Governor Gary Herbert to serve as the Executive Director of the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. Prior to her appointment, Kim was a managing partner at Edward K. Brass, where she handled a large number of criminal defense cases. Kim is a member of the committee of ethics and discipline for the Utah State Bar, participating in lawyer disciplinary hearings.  She is also a member of the Aldon J. Anderson Inn of Court as well as the Mary Willis Critchlow Society of the YWCA.
Mark Matheson

Mark Matheson

City: Salt Lake City, UT
Spouse: Jennifer Falk
Children: Aidan ‘17 and Lincoln
Committee: Marketing & Admissions
 
Mark has been inspired by University of Utah students throughout his twenty-five plus years of teaching in the English Department and the Honors College. A native Utahn, he received his M.A. from the University of Utah and his Doctorate from the University of Oxford.  He regularly travels with U students to London where he teaches seminars on British literature. Mark is the Director or the U’s MUSE Project which provides opportunities for mentored learning across campus as students develop their intellectual and imaginative potential. Mark also serves as the Director of the University of Utah-based Tanner Lectures on Human Values.
Alison McSlarrow

Alison McSlarrow

City: Sandy, UT
Spouse: Kyle
Children: Andrew ’18 and Paul ’20
Committee: Mission and Governance
 
Alison received her B.A. and M.A.T. in English literature from DePauw University.  She recently retired after three decades of working in government relations. Alison owned and operated a government relations firm, McSlarrow Consulting LLC, representing Fortune 500 clients, such as Microsoft, Northwest Airlines, and The Hartford.  Alison worked on Capitol Hill for ten years, serving as Deputy Chief of Staff to the U.S. Senate Majority Leader, Chief Floor Advisor to the U.S. Senate Majority Whip, and as a Professional Staff Member on the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee.  Prior to working on Capitol Hill, she taught middle and upper school English while in graduate school.
Ron Mika

Ron Mika

City: Alpine, UT
Spouse: Susan
Children: Jaklyn ’06, Kirsten ’08, Alek ’10, Jacob ’15, Kyle ’18, and Stephanie & Eric
Committee: Mission, Advancement, and Former Board Chair
 
Ron graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in chemical engineering from Brigham Young University and earned an M.B.A. with honors from Harvard Business School.  After 13 years at Bain Capital, Ron co-founded Sorenson Capital in 2002, where he is Managing Partner and head of the Investment Committee. Ron has nearly three decades of investing experience and has witnessed three major economic booms and three major downturns. Ron’s educational training in engineering inspires a natural analytical outlook toward challenging issues. Ron loves the outdoors, and all that is offered therein, and is a big Waterford sports fan.
Steve Miller

Steve Miller

City: Sandy, UT
Spouse: Jennifer
Children: Madelaine ’15, Jonathan ’17, Liberty ’19, and Joseph ’23
Committee: Governance
 
Steve earned a Bachelor of Arts in Consumer Studies and Family Economics from the University of Utah and recently completed the Families in Business course at the Harvard Business School where he also completed the Owner/President Management course beginning in May 2017.  Steve has worked for the Miller Group for over 24 years in various positions, including president of Miller Sports Properties (now LHMSE) and president of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. He was instrumental in building the Tour of Utah pro cycling race which contributes over $20 million in direct economic impact to the state of Utah annually. Steve is the chair of the Futures/Strategic Planning Committee for the Utah Sports Commission and is an executive committee member of the board of trustees for the Economic Development Corporation of Utah. He is an avid outdoorsman, loves to travel, and enjoys attending U2 concerts.
Heather Scott

Heather Scott

City: Sandy, UT
Spouse: David Schmidt
Children: Katherine ‘27, Emma ‘29, and Michael ‘32
Committee: Advancement
 
Heather received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from The University of Vermont, and after working in the field of neuropsychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, earned her M.D. from Jefferson Medical College. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Utah, and was an Internist at Cottonwood Internal Medicine. Since her oldest child's start at Waterford in 2012, Heather has held numerous volunteer positions at school and in the community. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Social Work, with the goal of combining her background in medicine with mental health. Coming from a family of teachers and education administrators, Heather truly appreciates the transformational effect Waterford's faculty and staff has on its students
Brady Southwick

Brady Southwick

City: Cottonwood Heights, UT
Spouse: Kristen
Children: Claire ‘20, Eliza ‘22, Ben ‘25, and William ‘27
Committee: Advancement
 
Brady is the Senior Vice President of Field Operations at Vivint Smart Home. Before joining Vivint, Brady served as the President of Cummins Rocky Mountain, a $400 million business that employs over 900 people, spanning nine Western states and the mining business in Central America. He was a key player in the development of the Diesel Technology Pathway program linking high school students with workforce training, SLCC, and a career in the industry. Prior to serving as President, he held numerous leadership positions within Cummins Inc. in Africa, Singapore and Beijing, China. Brady holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Brigham Young University. He received master's degrees in Business Administration and Public Administration from Harvard University. Brady was appointed to serve a four-year term on the Salt Lake Community College Board of Trustees in 2017.
Kristin Stockham

Kristin Stockham

City: Holladay, UT
Spouse: Tom
Children: Sadie ’13, Ian ’17, Leo ’22, and Thomas.
Committee: Chair, Marketing and Admissions
 
Kristin has a Bachelors of Science from the University of Utah in Mass Communications. She worked as a reporter, producer, and assignment editor for KUTV News and also for the Waterford School Advancement Office. In her multiple volunteer roles, she was a  former co-chair or the Waterford Parents’ Advisory Committee and past Board Chair, and now present Board Member, at Choice Humanitarian, serving on its Communications Committee. Currently, she is on the Board of Directors for The Neighborhood House, working on its PR/ Development Committee.  
Tom Stockham

Tom Stockham

City: Holladay, UT
Spouse: Kristin
Children: Sadie ’13, Ian ’17, Leo ’22, and Thomas.
Committee: Chair, Finance

Tom holds a B.A. in Government from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from Stanford University.   He is an entrepreneur with a focus on internet media and services companies. He’s currently the CEO of ExpertVoice, the leader in advocacy marketing, helping branded product companies grow by improving the recommendations of over a million product experts who consumers rely on when making decisions about what to buy.  He formerly served as the chief executive officer of Ancestry.com Inc. and as president of Ticketmaster. com.