Our Staff

The Center would not be able to offer vital programs and services to our community if it weren’t for our staff. The next time you stop by the Center please introduce yourself and thank them for their support of our community.

Administration & Operations

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Rob Moolman

Executive Director

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801-821-5204, ext:1010

Bek Birkett

Bookeeper / Executive Asst.

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801-821-5186, ext:1015

John Johnson

Director Of Operations & Administration

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801-821-5186, ext: 1001

Kevin Ball

Front Desk Coordinator

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801-821-5186, ext:1020

Wendy Garvin

Center Specialist

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801-821-5186, ext:1020

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Jordan Prue

Weekend Front Desk Coord

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801-821-5186, ext:1020

Isaac Furniss

IT Support

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Jason Campbell

Facilities Maintenance

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Spencer Wright

Facilities Maintenance

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Adult Programming

Deb Hall

Director of Adult Programming

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801-821-5232, ext:1017

Nick Arteaga

Adult Programing Manager

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801-821-5231, ext: 1016

Community Engagement, Marketing, and Development

Liz Pitts

Director of Community Engagement

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Hillary McDaniel

Director of Utah Pride Festival & other Major Events

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801-821-5208, ext:1012

Michael Bryant

Community Development Manager

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801-821-5197, Ext: 1005

Brim Custen

Marketing Manager

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801-821-5233, ext:1018

Joni Weiss

Web Design & Development

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Haven Jackson

Data Coordinator

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Emily Biondo

Graphic Design

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Stephanie Rosenfeld

More info soon

Youth & Family Programs

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Amanda Darrow

Director of Youth & Family Programs

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801-821-5201, ext:1007

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Liesl Archbold

Youth & Family Program Coordinator: Ages 14-20

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Jesse Fluetsch

Youth & Family Program Coordinator: Ages 0-10

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801-821-5199, ext:1006

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Jess Stahle

Parent & Caregiver Program Coordinator

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801-821-5211, ext:1014

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Roberto Lopez

Youth & Family Program Coordinator: Ages 10-14


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Havi Sheldon

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Suicide Prevention Team

Katie Perkins

Suicide Prevention & Services Manager

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Kelsey Kehoe

Suicide Prevention & Services Coordinator

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Our Community Counseling Center Staff

We are accepting clinical placements for 1st and 2nd year MSW students and CMHC students for the 2020/2021 academic year.  BSW students can apply for a spring, summer or fall semester(s) 2020 placement. Read More

We provide training throughout their placement on LGBTQIA+ issues and services.  There are multiple opportunities to work with youth, adults, and our elderly population. We treat individuals, couples, families and we focus on affirming the individual’s gender and sexual orientation. Part of our services are working with individuals who identify as transgender and Gender Non-Confirming (GNC); therefore, a lot of our trauma-informed care approach and conversations are on gender-affirming medical and surgical care, gender-affirming behavioral healthcare, and gender-affirming. In terms of what that involves, there are several components, which include social affirmation, legal affirmation, psychological affirmation, medical and surgical affirmation.

Preferable bilingual and a good understanding of LGBTQIA+ services/trauma-informed care.

For more information or to apply, please contact Joshua Bravo (contact information below).

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Joshua Bravo, LCSW

Clinical Director

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801-821-5207, ext:1011

Joshua’s greatest reward as a affirming therapist is helping clients explore ways to make the changes in their lives that will allow them to look forward to the future with hope. He believes that we all need someone to talk with...
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who will really listen and accept us as we are, without judgment or criticism. He provides clients with that warm, nonjudgmental environment—a healing place to explore the issues that may be preventing them from living the life they want.
Joshua holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Utah and he is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He uses a variety of approaches to assist clients depending on their individual needs. He is trained in Mind-Body Bridging, EMDR, QPR, Brief Solution Focused Therapy and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Therapy and psycho-education extensively. His experience includes working with individuals working through divorce, separation and single-parenting, addictions, intimate partner violence, suicidal ideation, grief, gender dysphoria, and co-occurring mental health disorders, among other areas. He is also known in the Q-community as a strong advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights; therefore, he has an affirmative, sex positive and queer friendly approach to treating our vast gender diverse population. Joshua regularly utilizes the WPATH Standards of Care when working with trans* and GNC identified individuals.
Joshua has been working with children, individuals, and families for over 17+ years. His strengths is in helping queer children, individuals and families who have experienced trauma; especially sexual abuse, childhood trauma, family violence, physical abuse and associated injuries. He utilizes play therapy when working with children. In addition, Joshua has worked with both offenders and survivors of intimate partner violence in various community mental health centers.
When he is not working with the LGBTQIA+ community, he enjoys spending time taking care of his home, 8 chickens, 2 fat cats and prefers to be out hiking then to be working in the garden.

Brandon Devlin

Volunteer & Counseling Client Coordinator

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801-821-5202, ext:1008

Whitney Pace

Mental Health Billing

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Bio coming soon!

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Michelle Anklan


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Michelle is a Certified Social Worker and earned her Master of Social Work degree and graduate certificate in Gender & Women's Studies from Minnesota State University, Mankato.
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Her undergraduate degree is in Political Science from St. Olaf College. Michelle spent her first year as a social worker doing wilderness therapy in the West Desert in Utah. Michelle completed her clinical internship at the Transgender and Intersex Speciality Care Clinic at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, where she worked with trans and gender nonconforming individuals starting their transition and those who were seeking medical interventions. Michelle also completed an internship at the Leo A. Hoffmann Center, a residential treatment center for adolescent boys with problematic sexual behavior. Michelle is a sex positive therapist who specializes in working with clients that identify as LGBTQIA+ and those with diverse sexualities, including kink and polyamory. She is trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, yin and hatha yoga, and incorporates mindfulness and feminist therapy into her work with clients.

Lane Gardinier


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801-821-5209, ext:1013

Lane is a mental health therapist who believes in the inherent value and inner strength of each individual and strives to assist clients in finding the most success and personal satisfaction in all domains of life. Read More
Lane earned a B.A. in Sociology with undergraduate certificates in Diversity and Criminology & Corrections. Lane has worked with University of Utah’s Center for Disability & Access since 2009 assisting students with disabilities, most recently as a Disability Advisor. Lane has also served in various positions since 2006 within the Board of Directors of Crossroads Urban Center, a local non-profit food pantry and social justice agency, as well as held Board positions on the action group Make Hunger Visible since 2003. Lane has served as a panelist educating on topics of disability, lgbtq+ identities and issues, and social justice centered on hunger, homelessness and other topics specific to reducing hardship and increasing the power of poor and low in

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Sarah MacCombie

MSW Intern

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Bio coming soon!

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