We believe each individual has worth and value. Change occurs when people are treated with respect and dignity, empowered with skills and resources to better their circumstance

Carol Hollowell, executive director of Switchpoint community resource center

Executive Director
Carol Hollowell

Chief Strategic Officer
Jim Bedell

Photo of Kristen Clark, operations director at Switchpoint community resource center

Operations Director
Kristen Clark

Photo of Sonjia Naron, chief financial officer of Switchpoint (CFO)

Financial Manager
Sonjia Naron

Linda Stay, development director of Switchpoint community resource center

Development Director
Linda Stay

Morgan Barrick, director of marketing and volunteers at Switchpoint community resource center

 Marketing Director
Morgan Barrick

Maren Fisher_Switchpoint Human Resources

Human Resources 
Maren Fisher

Volunteer Manager 
Tammy Young

Board of Directors

Dr. David Dangerfield, Board President 
Dr. Dangerfield is a distinguished mental health care professional with a career spanning more than 50 years as an advocate, advisor, and visionary working to provide greater access, better treatment, hopeful outcomes, and more opportunities for those with mental illness. He has created numerous services that enable people to live productive lives in their communities through developing affordable housing, skills development training, educational opportunities, and employment. He is a published author of textbook, monographs, and articles in major professional journals. Honors include the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare Lifetime Achievement Award and the Mental Health Association of Utah Comprehensive Service Provider Award.

Pam Heath is a Wealth Management Advisor with the Bandley Heath Group at Merrill Lynch in St. George, Utah. Pam lives in the city of Washington with her husband Roger, and they have three daughters, two sons, two granddaughters and two grandsons. She enjoys outdoor activities, reading, camping and traveling with her family. Pam is very involved in her community and enjoys volunteering, she is a Board Member of Switchpoint CRC and is a St George Chamber of Commerce Ambassador supporting businesses in the local community as a Chamber Sunshiner.

Wayne Hepworth, Treasurer – Wayne grew up on a farm in Idaho.  Early life was farming and owning/operating grain elevators.  Wayne moved to St George in 1986 and was involved in the securities business.  Retired in 2018, spending 7 years with Edward Jones and 25 years with Merrill Lynch as a Financial Advisor and manager of the office.  Wayne and his wife, Linda enjoy a blended family of 15 children.

Bob Nicholson St George resident since 1985, married to Peggy, together we have two adult children. 45 year career in city planning. Glad to be part of Switchpoint, which is a wonderful organization that is doing good throughout Washington County and elsewhere.

Shirlayne Quayle is a champion for inclusive prosperity and the director of economic development and housing for St. George City. Her experience in government, education, healthcare, entrepreneurship, and women’s leadership drives innovative strategies that expand economic and housing opportunities for southern Utah residents. Shirlayne is co-founder of the Women’s Influence Network, co-chairs the Housing Action Coalition, and serves on the Switchpoint CRC board of directors and the Utah Homeless Network steering committee.

Bruce Jenkins, Vice Chairman, Attorney at Law at Jenkins Bagley Sperry. Bruce was past president of the Utah Community Association Bar Section. He has been a principal drafter of laws affecting common interest communities. In 2012, Bruce was inducted as a fellow into the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). Bruce cares deeply about the community and has served since October 2015 on the Switchpoint Board. For several years, Bruce has been included in Utah’s Top Lawyers by Utah Business Magazine and in 2017 was recognized as one of the Top Attorneys of North America. In his spare time, Bruce enjoys the outdoors, his wife, two daughters, and four grandchildren.

Jeri Schnitker worked in the legal and accounting fields, working as a paralegal in the corporate, tax planning and preparation, probate, and retirement plan design and administration areas of the law and was employed by the Foundation of Dixie Regional Medical Center for 15 years.

Ms. Schnitker has always been active in her community and has been involved as a volunteer in several non-profit areas.  She has served on the Board of Trustees of Switchpoint Community Resource Center for over two years.

Stephanie Mackay has spent the last two decades in the nonprofit sector working as a social entrepreneur and nonprofit leader where she brings a strong voice to the table to promote innovative solutions for the most vulnerable citizens in our communities. She is the former Chief Innovation Officer at Columbus Community Center, a nonprofit agency that serves individuals with some of the most severe disabilities.  For nearly two decades she has held positions that have given her unique insight into the day-to-day triumphs and struggles of families of all socio-economic levels. She is currently serving a three-year appointment to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors Community Advisory Council.

Mary Helen Stricklin MSN, RNC Palliative Care Nursing Director, Intermountain Healthcare

Mary Helen has been an RN for 44 years working in a variety of specialties most recently working in nursing administration for 20 years.

She is passionate about helping people live the healthiest lives possible and supporting those with chronic serious illness live the highest quality of life.

Mary Helen has 2 children and 7 grandchildre.  She loves to hike and bike and participate  any outdoor activities. She is active in church and community service.