Tune in for our upcoming
2022 Parenting TIPS TV Special!
Saturday, September 17 at 6:00 p.m.
Broadcast live on KUTV Channel 2
Simulcast via livestream on our YouTube Channel
Parenting TIPS TV Special REPLAY
TEACHING IMPORTANT PARENTING SKILLS
Christian Moore is an internationally-renowned speaker, licensed clinical social worker and advocate for youth. He is the author of The Resilience Breakthrough: 27 Tools for Turning Adversity into Action and creator of the WhyTry Program, which has been implemented in over 25,000 organizations.
Christian was a commencement speaker in the School of Education at John Hopkins University, and spoke at a White House convening for the Reach Higher Initiative.
He has flown over 6 million miles and reached more than 3 million kids. Christian and his wife have 2 sons.
Mauli Junior Bonner is one of the most sought after vocal directors in the music industry. He writes for and develops some of the biggest names in Pop music.
He recently focused his talents towards cinema as the Writer and Director of “His Name is Green Flake”, a movie that follows the life of free and enslaved black pioneers. The film has won Best Film and Best Director in a number of prestigious film festivals in Los Angeles, London, Rome and others.
Mauli is dedicated to telling inspirational stories through the arts. He and his wife have 2 children.
Sarah Kimmel is a Microsoft Certified IT Manager with over 20 years in the IT industry. She is a Family Tech expert, and digital parenting coach.
Sarah regularly contributes on numerous local news and lifestyle shows and has a popular social media presence where she helps families understand and manage the technology in their homes.
Helping parents from around the world lead their children through this digital world is her mission. Sarah and her husband have 2 children.
Former Governor Gary and First Lady Jeanette Herbert
Married over 51 years, former Governor Gary and First Lady Jeanette Herbert were both born and raised in Utah County, where Gary would eventually serve as a County Commissioner. They met each other while attending college. After the two married, they settled down in Orem, where they raised their family.
While Jeanette was busy being a mother, she ran a commercial child care and preschool for 23 years and operated an hourly drop-in center for children for 13 years. After serving as Lieutenant Governor for five years, Gary R. Herbert became Utah’s 17th Governor and Jeanette became First Lady. Shortly thereafter, Jeanette founded her initiative, Uplift Families. For more than 11 years as Governor and First Lady, they served their home state.
Even above the numerous awards and honors they have received over the years, they are most proud of their roles as husband and wife, parents of six and grandparents of seventeen.
Deanna Lambson’s life work has been protecting little children online. She is the founder of White Ribbon Week and creator of fun and empowering school programs, all based on prevention science to help kids make safe choices online.
Deanna has authored PowerUP for Families, a series of media conversation workbooks to help families talk and create plans together.
Deanna is a frequent featured speaker helping parents navigate the media challenge positively with their families. She and her husband have 6 children.
Brandy Vega is a cutting-edge entrepreneur, a skillful media guru, a loyal mother and spirited philanthropist. Founder of Good Deed Revolution and the global streamed broadcast Live LIVE, Brandy is an advocate for mental health awareness and suicide prevention.
Brandy served in the United States Army as a broadcast journalist and public affairs specialist and went on to be the youngest reporter at FOX News. In addition to continuing her television news career as a videographer, producer, director and host, she built and runs Vega Media Studios.
Brandy is a wife, a mother of 2 biological children, 1 adopted son, 1 surrogate and step mom to 2 children.
Raised in rural Mali in West Africa and one of 18 children, Yeah Samake is a leader, humanitarian and powerful force for good. After graduating from college in Mali, he went on to receive a masters degree from Brigham Young University.
Yeah went on to serve as mayor of Ouélessébougou, is a two-time presidential candidate, and has served as Mali’s ambassador to India and nine other South East Asian countries.
He is founder of Empower Mali and provides supplies, housing, schools, medical/dental services, water and electricity to rural villages. Yeah and his wife have 3 children.