Carlee Reber

Executive Assistant

Carlee's abiding love of nature has its roots in enjoying mountain saunters, admiring insect details, and watching The Crocodile Hunter as a kid. When this love combined with her faith and her passion for the arts in the Humanities and the Environment class she took at BYU, it was immediately clear that she'd found her niche. Her interest in ecotheology developed into an undergraduate thesis entitled "Mother Earth, Fallen Creatures, and Promised Land: What the Book of Mormon Teaches About Humanity's Connection with the Earth." She revels in exploring and sharing the depths of gospel-anchored earth stewardship. Carlee and her husband live in Provo, Utah, and are currently trying out life without a car (and loving it so far!).


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