• Amy Kimball Engar

Employee Spotlight: Brian Hoffmann

Brian Hoffmann, 28, was born in New York, and has been living in Utah for 19 years. He served an LDS mission in Ghana, West Africa. Brian graduated from BYU with a bachelors in Visual Arts, and attended the University of Utah for his masters in health education.

Brian worked at RHA Community Services for a year and a half, and started as a health educator at TURN in April 2017. Brian helps instruct healthy choices classes on Wednesday, and assisted in writing, structuring, and expanding the class to Salt Lake and Cedar City. Maybe you know of some individuals who have recently started gardens or planter boxes? Brian helped implement a gardening class to teach individuals how to grow and care for their own garden. Currently, he helps teach a Living Well with a Disability program.

Brian also works as Utah County's community partnership coordinator. He builds relationships with local businesses and universities to create job opportunities and find volunteers. He's also fantastic at finding donors for events like the Inspiration Pageant and our upcoming DSP week.

Outside of work, Brian enjoys hiking, going to the movies, and playing with his kids. He has a great collection of ties from Ghana, and would like to go on an Alaskan cruise someday!

Thank you for your hard work Brian!

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