Speaker, Author and Entrepreneur
“It is rare to find a speaker that has built a multi-million dollar business at such a young age. Ty has energy experience and wisdom beyond his years And he is a great speaker, one you won’t forget!” -Peter Vidmar, Olympic Gold Medalist and Professional Speaker
More than one million people from 50 countries have learned from Ty Bennett’s insights on Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Communication.
When Ty was 21 years old he started a business with his brother Scott, which they built to over $20 million in revenue while still in their twenties.
Ty was recently featured in Utah Business’ Top 40 Under 40 Ty currently sits on several boards, including two non-profits. He will also be serving as the President of Mountain West chapter of The National Speakers Association beginning in July.
As a speaker Ty is a young, fresh voice with a fun, engaging style. Ty has shared the stage with celebrities, world renowned thought leaders and recently with President Bush and President Clinton.
Ty is the author of The Power of Influence as well as the video training program, Facts Tell, Stories Sell. His message is changing lives and reaching people around the world.
Ty lives in Utah with his wife Sarah, daughters Andie and Lizzie, and sons Tanner and Drew.
Internationally Acclaimed Speaker & Author
At the age of 27, Chad Hymas’ life changed instantaneously when an accident left him a quadriplegic. Since that time Chad has been recognized by the state of Utah as the Superior Civilian of the Year. He is the president of his own communications company and an internet marketing company.
At 37 years of age Chad is the one of the youngest ever to receive the CPAE award and be inducted into the National Speaker Hall Of Fame. As a member of the National Speakers Association Chad spoke at over 220 events last year. He travels as many as 300,000 miles a year. Last year Chad spoke in 5 new countries on 4 continents, to hundreds of professional and civic organizations such as Wells Fargo, Blue Cross Blue Shield, AT&T, Rainbird, IHC, American Express, Prudential Life, Vast FX, Zion Securities, and others.
Chad is married and he and his wife are the proud parents of three children. They currently reside in Rush Valley, Utah on a 200-acre wildlife preserve. Chad is a world-class wheelchair athlete enjoying basketball, wheelchair rugby, hang-gliding, and snow skiing. In July 2003 Chad set a World Record by wheeling a personal marathon of over 500 miles from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas. Chad is also the author of the regionally best-selling book Doing What Must Be Done.
Chad Hymas will not only inspire, motivate, and move your audience… He will create an experience that will touch their hearts for a lifetime. Chad’s topics focus on the areas of Leadership, Teambuilding, Customer Service, and Mastering Change!
Executive Director South Valley Sanctuary
Jennifer Campbell has lived in Utah her whole life, she is married with two children and she loves the mountains and seasons here especially the skiing. She graduated from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Southern Utah University. Jennifer taught as a third grade teacher for Jordan School District for 4 years.
Jennifer first began her work at South Valley Services as a volunteer for two years and then became employed as a Grants Administrator in 2010. In 2012 she was promoted to Associate Director/Director of Development at South Valley Services. As Associate Director/Director of Development, she was responsible for all education and outreach programs, grants, program development, creating and managing the West Jordan and Riverton Community Resource Centers. This experience has helped to form her vision that stopping violence require community engagement, and the belief that this needs to take place through education, services and policy changes.
Jennifer was appointed as Executive Director of South Valley Services in 2015. She is committed to helping any individual impacted by violence and believes all deserve education, equality, and empowerment.
KUTV 2News Anchorwoman, Mom, Coach, Cancer Survivor
Mary joined KUTV 2 News in 1991 as weekend anchor and reporter. She currently co-anchors the news weekdays on 2NEWS This Morning and 2NEWS at Noon. Mary is KUTV’S Check Your Health spokesperson, hosts the Workouts on the Web, writes a health blog, and has won an Emmy for her in-depth reporting for the station.
Mary grew up in Renton, Washington with her eight brothers and sisters. Her 94 year old dad is a retired telephone man, and her mother, who died of colon cancer 24 years ago, was a state legislator and advocate for children. Mary majored in English at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, where she attended on a volleyball scholarship.
Mary is very active in our community as a mentor for young people and as an advocate for health and early detection…even more so after a mammogram for a news story found a malignant tumor. She chronicled her surgery, chemo, and radiation while continuing to work, and those stories ended up winning her an Emmy.
Mary and her husband, Kent, live in the Salt Lake Area and are the parents, tutors, coaches, ATMs and agents for their twins, Zachary and MacKenzie, who are seniors at the University of Utah, and University of Hawaii Manoa.
Ron K. Williams
Visionary, Leader and Creative Advisor
Born and raised in Southern California, Ron Williams has had a lifelong passion for playing and competing in sports. It is with this same competitive tenacity that he has become a recognized leader in communities and business worldwide. Williams has many years of successful industry experience with Nu Skin, Neways, Young Living Essential Oils, and recently finished a 14-year stint as CEO of ForeverGreen Worldwide, a company he founded.