Jennifer Christensen

Program Producer, Utah Cares

Jennifer Steele Christensen produces Utah Cares for Utah Public Radio. A longtime journalist-turned-social-worker, she has written for newspapers and magazines throughout Utah, Las Vegas and Arizona, her work earning seven Utah Press Association awards. Jennifer has a master’s degree in social work from Utah State University and loves helping Utah’s nonprofit voices share their stories. She is the busy mother of five children.


Utah Cares
5:26 pm
Tue February 7, 2012

Logan Regional Hospital Foundation

Bringing Healing Home

Once Logan Regional Hospital’s new catheter labs are fully operational, patients like Rod Meppen will no longer need to be transported outside of Cache Valley for heart surgery.  As chair of the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation, Pam Allen is working to raise critical project funding.

Logan Regional Hospital Foundation website

Utah Cares
4:41 pm
Tue February 7, 2012

English Language Center of Cache Valley, Inc.

Teaching All Nationalities

Established in 1999, the English Language Center of Cache Valley has become a model for ESL programming throughout Northern Utah, serving over 1,000 students annually from 94 countries around the world. Ronda Kingsford is the Center’s co-director.

Utah Cares
4:31 pm
Tue February 7, 2012

Cache Valley Autism Support Group

Resources and Support for Cache Valley’s Autism Community

As an advocate for autism awareness and the parent of an autistic child, Jill Drysdale’s efforts on her son’s behalf have been both difficult and rewarding. Now, Jill reaches out to others, coordinating the Cache Valley Autism Support Group and rallying for essential treatment services.

Utah Cares
6:10 pm
Mon February 6, 2012

5 Star Legacy Foundation

The Efforts of Many Can Change Everything . . .

The 5 Star Legacy Foundation is a “boots on the ground” organization, changing lives around the world through education, humanitarian service and charitable giving. Mark Comer is the foundation’s hands-on director.