Ally Morrison, Program Director. 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 knew she needed to be a part of it. As Program Director, Ally focuses on growing and improving the retreat program; finding ways to keep breast cancer thrivers connected; seeking out the best healers, therapists, and all-around lovers and supporters who care deeply about the Image Reborn mission; and strategizing for mission sustainment. However, her favorite thing about Image Reborn and her role here is participating at retreats and listening to all the perspectives and lives and stories that are shared. This is where all the hard work and effort comes together and only the magic of the moment matters. In her free time, Ally enjoys spending time with her two daughters, outdoorsing in each of her 4 favorite Utah seasons. She’s a passionate “forever student” in holistic well-being and living with intent and purpose.
Erin McMullin, Retreat Coordinator. Starting as a Retreat Coordinator in early 2019, Erin has a strong tie to the mission; her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35 years old and her paternal grandmother is also a breast cancer thriver. Erin was thrilled to have her mom attend an IRF adventure retreat!
After earning a bachelor’s degree in Community Health, Erin worked for the Southwest Utah Public Health Department before moving into the world of animal welfare where she spent 5 years. Erin loves building relationships, making a difference, and helping others feel safe and comfortable. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, travelling to warm sunny beaches, and spending time with animals.
Katrina Kirkland. Katrina is an intuitive, healer, artist, mother, and teacher. She loves to co-create deep yet gentle transformation and healing. Assisting others in finding and embracing their own innate intuition and well-spring of healing is her passion. Her modality is a unique combination of the Shamanic Journey, Aromatherapy, Plant Spirit Healing, the Chakra and Energy Systems, Breath Work, Guided Meditation, Crystal and Stone Healing, and Art. She unwinds, releases, and clears the light body, the subtle bodies, the physical body, and one’s personal environment. Her goal is to use the tools she is mastering together with her keen gift of clairsentience and a deep connection to nature to promote overall health, vitality, balance, and enjoyment of life.
Sara Carbajal-Salisbury. Sara is originally from Mexico City and is currently serving on the Image Reborn Board. She is married and is the mother of three children that she has raised multicultural and bilingual. In 2002 she joined a team of professionals to start a Non-Profit organization, Alliance Community Services, with the mission of “Improving the quality of life for the Hispanic community by making health & social services accessible to them”. She is the co-founder and Program Director for the Community Cancer Support Services and Alliance Breast Cancer Programs (ABC). She has received training specifically for breast and cervical cancer and has participated in many professional conferences dealing with health and cancer issues to better serve Hispanic/Latina survivors.
She also received Facilitator Training from the University of Utah, conducted focus groups in several health fields; participated in conferences with Redes en Accion (The National Hispanic/Latino Cancer Network), Avon Foundation for Women, and Utah Department of Health; received a fellowship award from the National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention and recognition from the Utah Department of Health Utah Cancer Control Program (UCCP) for her work with “Triunfadoras,” a Hispanic Breast Cancer Survivors Support Group. Currently, she serves in the Executive Committee of the Utah Cancer Action Network (UCAN); the Community Advisory Council of the Intermountain Medical Center, and the Utah State Medical Care Advisory Committee. As if she weren’t busy enough, Sara also volunteers for different Hispanic organizations such as Utah Coalition of La Raza and Club de Mujeres Latinas.
Danielle Boxer. Danielle obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Psychological Sciences from the University of San Diego, and went on to earn a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Palo Alto University. She currently works as a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Utah, managing research studies designed to improve the health of adolescents and Veterans.
Danielle is currently serving as a board member and has volunteered and participated in many Image Reborn events over the years, including the annual gala and other fundraising opportunities. In addition to her work with Image Reborn, she also volunteers with the International Rescue Committee.
Danielle is excited for the opportunity to become more involved with Image Reborn, and is committed to the organization’s mission to provide restorative retreats for breast cancer survivors.
Michelle Archibeque. Originally from Alberta Canada, Michelle Archibeque is a loving and devoted wife and mother to three wonderful children. After eleven years of being a homemaker and operating her own child care business out of her home, Michelle decided to start expanding her talents and looking for opportunities to learn and make an impact in others lives.
After being introduced to the Image Reborn Foundation in the fall of 2018 she knew right away that she wanted to take part in their admirable mission. After volunteering, Michelle started to learn all aspects of the facilitator roll and has been greatly affected and humbled by the strength and courage of the women she has had the opportunity to serve.
Michelle balances her work life by spending time trail running, skiing, white water rafting, camping, and most of all focusing energy into her passion, her garden. She loves spending time with her husband, laughing and playing with their children, and planning adventures that will create meaningful experiences for them to share. Michelle is also a talented cook and has made time to learn about health and nutrition.
As a facilitator Michelle brings a welcoming smile and open arms to the women who attend her retreats. Her main focus is creating a relaxing and welcoming space for women to let loose, get pampered, and feel comfortable opening up about their personal experiences. Michelle is truly grateful for her opportunity to be a part of a team that is making positive impacts on women’s lives and hopes to bring a fresh perspective and make a difference with her time and energy.