Born and raised in Murray, Utah. Wendy is the 4th of 6 children. She married her sweetheart, Brent in the Salt Lake Temple in 1980. They have 5 children and 8 grandchildren. She loves to cook, scrapbook and garden. Loves to run and has raced in 5ks, 10ks and the St. George Marathon. She loves working with the Young Women and has served as camp director and Young Women's President. She loves the mountains and the outdoors. She is thrilled to work at the Institute.
Steve Burnham is a PhD student at the University of Utah studying nuclear engineering. He began his education at the U in 2008 after moving to Salt Lake City from Anchorage, Alaska. Before moving to Utah Steve attended the University of Wyoming for a year where he swam collegiately, served a mission in Poland, and attended BYU-Idaho for a semester where he met his wife Kathryn. He has one child with a second one due in January. In his free time, he enjoys water skiing, boating, mountain biking, and hiking with his family as well as photography.
Born and reared in Indiana, Brother Gaunt is a graduate of Purdue Univer-sity with degrees in physics and mathematics. He joined the Church in 1966 while serving as a commissioned officer in the US Army at Fort Ord, California. He is a retired aerospace program manager. He taught Institute as a volunteer at Ball State University from 1969 to 1979, and has taught at the Sandy (Salt Lake Community College), Salt Lake University (University of Utah), and Westminster Institutes since 1992. Since 2004, he has been serving as a full-time Church Service Missionary in the Curriculum and Priesthood Departments at Church Headquarters. An avid photographer, his images have been published in the Ensign and the New Era magazines. He lives in Sandy, Utah, with his wife, LaRene.
Born and reared in San Diego, California, Sister Gaunt is a graduate of Brigham Young University with degrees in art and English. Curious and creative, she explored a variety of careers after graduating from college, in-cluding becoming an interior decorator in Palo Alto, California, and later an art teacher in California and Indiana. She also loved to learn and during the years she was a stay-at-home mom with three children, she also became an accredited genealogist, photographer, and writer. Eventually she created a LDS board game, three LDS card games, and authored or co-authored six books before being hired at the Ensign magazine in 1990, where she currently is the Assistant Managing Editor. She also serves as a volunteer Institute teacher at the Salt Lake University Institute (University of Utah).
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