Juli is both a Utah drop off location and a warehouse supervisor! She does it all! She has been with LHI Utah since about the beginning. Her warehouse shifts are usually large groups of volunteers that come in to help out. She does a wonderful job making sure that everyone has a great experience. We are so grateful for all of the many ways that she contributes to LHI here in Utah.
Tell us a little about yourself:
I am a 45 year old wife and mother of 4 children ages 21 to 2 years old. I have a Masters in Social Work and a Masters in Public Administration and currently run a private law practice full-time. I have lived all over the United States but currently live in Cedar City, UT. I have had the opportunity to work as a private practice therapist/counselor, be a counselor for an alternative high school, open and run a center for adults with disabilities, as well a be a full-time caregiver to disabled adults and children living in my home, serve as a hospice social worker, and manage care for women and children’s departments in several NICUs and hospitals.
Role at LHI:
I currently serve as a drop off location coordinator for Lifting Hands International and help transport donations to the warehouse, as well as sit on boards for several nonprofit organizations. I have spent my life volunteering for and through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. My heart is for the underprivileged. I truly feel blessed and want to help others.
How did you become involved with LHI?
I heard about Lifting Hands through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and knew I needed to do something more. Shortly after getting involved with Lifting Hands, my 13 year old son chose Refugee Relief as his Eagle Project for the Boy Scouts of America.
Most rewarding experience volunteering with LHI:
I am so grateful to have the opportunity to serve and to teach my children to serve as well. Each small act of service has a ripple effect that can be felt around the world.
Find out more about our Utah program here!