Thomas Rosenberg   Dr. Tom Rosenberg is a founding board member and president of Dry Creek Charity. Tom has worked with various non-profit organizations throughout his life and career, volunteering surgical expertise and preventive healthcare. He attended the University of Utah medical school and co-founded the Fitness Institute at LDS Hospital, The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital, the RCM Clinic in Park City, and the non-profit nutrient supplement company, Nutriex.

Thomas Rosenberg

Dr. Tom Rosenberg is a founding board member and president of Dry Creek Charity. Tom has worked with various non-profit organizations throughout his life and career, volunteering surgical expertise and preventive healthcare. He attended the University of Utah medical school and co-founded the Fitness Institute at LDS Hospital, The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital, the RCM Clinic in Park City, and the non-profit nutrient supplement company, Nutriex.

Saurabh Shah   Dr. Saurabh Shah, a board certified Otolaryngologist provides insight in the selection of matching grant recipients. Dr. Shah has served as Chief of ENT at LDS Hospital and Board of Directors at Granger Medical Clinic and the Utah Surgical Center. He has stepped down from these positions to focus more on charity work and family.

Saurabh Shah

Dr. Saurabh Shah, a board certified Otolaryngologist provides insight in the selection of matching grant recipients. Dr. Shah has served as Chief of ENT at LDS Hospital and Board of Directors at Granger Medical Clinic and the Utah Surgical Center. He has stepped down from these positions to focus more on charity work and family.

Darin Zwick   Darin Zwick is third generation at Zwick Construction Company and serves as its President and CEO. Darin is active in his community and serves an important role on Dry Creek Charity’s Board of Directors, working to support construction related charitable work that we take on. Darin’s strong business and construction background helps Dry Creek Charity carry out charitable work efficiently.

Darin Zwick

Darin Zwick is third generation at Zwick Construction Company and serves as its President and CEO. Darin is active in his community and serves an important role on Dry Creek Charity’s Board of Directors, working to support construction related charitable work that we take on. Darin’s strong business and construction background helps Dry Creek Charity carry out charitable work efficiently.

 
Lee McCullough   Lee McCullough serves as Dry Creek Charity’s legal advisor and works to protect the legal integrity of our mission. He received his J.D. from the University of Utah and was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1973. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for various college and hospital foundations. Lee is an avid mountaineer.

Lee McCullough

Lee McCullough serves as Dry Creek Charity’s legal advisor and works to protect the legal integrity of our mission. He received his J.D. from the University of Utah and was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1973. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for various college and hospital foundations. Lee is an avid mountaineer.

Cheri Andrus   Cheri grew up in Southern California, received a degree in Elementary Education from BYU and taught school. After her kids were raised she owned and operated three Curves Fitness for Women, and particularly enjoyed teaching health and nutrition classes. She and her husband recently served an 18 month humanitarian mission to Rwanda, Africa doing clean water projects, building latrines at village schools, distributing wheelchairs and vision equipment. Service to the poor, needy and disadvantaged is one of her highest priorities.

Cheri Andrus

Cheri grew up in Southern California, received a degree in Elementary Education from BYU and taught school. After her kids were raised she owned and operated three Curves Fitness for Women, and particularly enjoyed teaching health and nutrition classes. She and her husband recently served an 18 month humanitarian mission to Rwanda, Africa doing clean water projects, building latrines at village schools, distributing wheelchairs and vision equipment. Service to the poor, needy and disadvantaged is one of her highest priorities.

Brent Griffiths   Brent Griffiths assists as Dry Creek Charity’s tax and financial advisor. He is a CPA and cofounder of the CPA Firm Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co. He continues to serve as a tax consultant to many of his tax and business clients following the firm’s merger into Eide Bailly LLP; a regional CPA Firm. He specializes in tax planning for business and individuals, estate planning, and advising charitable entities. He attended the University of Utah and graduated with an MBA degree. He has been involved in advising on a number of charitable giving plans for his clients.

Brent Griffiths

Brent Griffiths assists as Dry Creek Charity’s tax and financial advisor. He is a CPA and cofounder of the CPA Firm Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co. He continues to serve as a tax consultant to many of his tax and business clients following the firm’s merger into Eide Bailly LLP; a regional CPA Firm. He specializes in tax planning for business and individuals, estate planning, and advising charitable entities. He attended the University of Utah and graduated with an MBA degree. He has been involved in advising on a number of charitable giving plans for his clients.

 
Walter J. Plumb IV   Walter J. Plumb IV is one of the principal owners of Plumb Holdings. Over the last 15 years he has successfully developed, entitled and/or sold over 5,000 residential lots in Utah, Arizona and California. He specializes in the acquisition, development and sales of residential and commercial product. Walter is passionate about learning and studying different cultures and people. He is fluent in Spanish, and has lived aboard in Latin America. He enjoys testing his body both physically and mentally and is 3 time La Ruta finisher. He is a father of 4 boys and one daughter.

Walter J. Plumb IV

Walter J. Plumb IV is one of the principal owners of Plumb Holdings. Over the last 15 years he has successfully developed, entitled and/or sold over 5,000 residential lots in Utah, Arizona and California. He specializes in the acquisition, development and sales of residential and commercial product. Walter is passionate about learning and studying different cultures and people. He is fluent in Spanish, and has lived aboard in Latin America. He enjoys testing his body both physically and mentally and is 3 time La Ruta finisher. He is a father of 4 boys and one daughter.

Tyler Lässig   Tyler serves in various capacities at Dry Creek Charity including Information Technology and Media Management. He is the principal owner of a design firm in Salt Lake City and enjoys the challenge of working with many businesses. Tyler is a second generation immigrant whose German father taught him and his nine siblings the value of hard work and sacrifice. He has a strong, often stubborn, desire to help and serve others.

Tyler Lässig

Tyler serves in various capacities at Dry Creek Charity including Information Technology and Media Management. He is the principal owner of a design firm in Salt Lake City and enjoys the challenge of working with many businesses. Tyler is a second generation immigrant whose German father taught him and his nine siblings the value of hard work and sacrifice. He has a strong, often stubborn, desire to help and serve others.

Athelia Woolley LeSueur   Athelia Woolley LeSueur earned a BA from Stanford University and her MSW from Columbia University.  Early in her career, she worked in human rights, working with the homeless in Harlem and counseling victims of domestic violence. In 2006, she launched her fashion career, founding Shabby Apple LLC.  By the time she sold the company in 2016, she had opened a factory in Mexico and three retail locations, sold to over 100 retail outlets nationwide and had her designs featured in Glamour, Lucky, Teen Vogue, People, Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire and on the Today Show.  From 2012-2016, she also founded and ran Frank John Properties LLC, a real estate company that purchased, sold and rented out residential real estate in Colorado and Arizona. 

Athelia Woolley LeSueur

Athelia Woolley LeSueur earned a BA from Stanford University and her MSW from Columbia University.  Early in her career, she worked in human rights, working with the homeless in Harlem and counseling victims of domestic violence. In 2006, she launched her fashion career, founding Shabby Apple LLC.  By the time she sold the company in 2016, she had opened a factory in Mexico and three retail locations, sold to over 100 retail outlets nationwide and had her designs featured in Glamour, Lucky, Teen Vogue, People, Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire and on the Today Show.  From 2012-2016, she also founded and ran Frank John Properties LLC, a real estate company that purchased, sold and rented out residential real estate in Colorado and Arizona. 

 
Ryan J. Moffitt   Ryan is a graduate of the University of Utah with a degree in Economics and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. He oversees the investments of the Dry Creek Charity endowment and works with Dry Creek’s many partners to fund all of Dry Creek’s philanthropic endeavors, both domestically and internationally. As part of the Moffitt Wealth Management Group at Investment Management Consultants, Ryan works to assist each individual client and business in planning and achieving their financial goals. He is an advocate for life saving Blood and Organ Donation and has served as a youth mentor. He is married with four children and enjoys many outdoor recreational activities.

Ryan J. Moffitt

Ryan is a graduate of the University of Utah with a degree in Economics and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. He oversees the investments of the Dry Creek Charity endowment and works with Dry Creek’s many partners to fund all of Dry Creek’s philanthropic endeavors, both domestically and internationally. As part of the Moffitt Wealth Management Group at Investment Management Consultants, Ryan works to assist each individual client and business in planning and achieving their financial goals. He is an advocate for life saving Blood and Organ Donation and has served as a youth mentor. He is married with four children and enjoys many outdoor recreational activities.