Faye Keller, Public Affairs Specialist and Retreat Facilitator: Faye’s passion to make a difference in the lives of cancer survivors stems from her work with the American Cancer Society where she served as the Director of Government Relations and Public Affairs. Working directly with cancer survivors and advocating for the betterment of their lives was the most satisfying and rewarding part of this position for her.
Faye was raised in southern California and attended college and graduate school in New England. Early on, her professional career was focused in the legal field, first as a law librarian at Duke University Law School and then at the law firm of Parsons Behle and Latimer. Following that Faye spent nearly 15 years in public relations and communication.
Community and volunteer work has and continues to play an important part in Faye’s life. She has served on a variety of local boards, some of which include: The Museum of Natural History, The Work Activity Center for Handicapped Adults, The English Skills Learning Center and The Road Home. Faye is also involved with the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy, a nationwide organization that brings emerging leaders from over 130 countries to Salt Lake each year and matches them with their professional counterparts.
Ally Morrison, Director of Strategic Planning and Retreat Coordinator: Ally first volunteered with Image Reborn Foundation at the 2015 Annual Gala where she couldn’t help but fall in love with the mission and immediately she wanted to be a part of it. Ally joined IRF in February 2016 as a retreat coordinator and has increasingly become more involved. As of June 2016, Ally is now working full time with the board to help grow IRF’s mission. In her free time, Ally enjoys spending time with her two daughters, hiking, and volunteering.