Ryan Benally is a member of the Navajo Nation and a lifelong resident of San Juan County, Utah. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico in Business Administration and his master’s degree from Arizona State University in Construction Management and Technology. Locally, he has worked closely with local tribal governance, community partners and tribal members in the areas of economic, community and utility development, as well as on various public health initiatives.
Adriann Shumway Goodwine grew up in a mining family in Blanding, Utah. She currently resides in Monticello and works as an academic advisor at Monticello High School. She is the mother of five children and likes to spend her free time outside in the garden or out in the hills picking up rocks.
Dashelle Holliday is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Practice Wound Care Nurse. She has spent the last 8-years providing medical care to the residents and visitors of San Juan County. She recently helped to open Innovation Medical Group offices in Blanding and Monticello, where she continues to provide medical care to those in need. Dashelle has a passion for helping others and is excited to offer further support for San Juan County by being part of the San Juan County Clean Energy Foundation. Dashelle is happily married to her husband, Chavis, and together they have four children. She loves living in rural southeastern Utah where an outdoor adventure is always nearby.
Rachel Clarke Johnson is the youngest of seven siblings, who was born and raised in Blanding. She graduated from San Juan High School and received a nursing degree from Utah State University – Blanding. She currently works as a Registered Nurse at Zionsway Home Health and Hospice and is an active member of her local church group. Rachel has been married to her husband since 2009 and they have two sons and one daughter who are her proudest achievements. They spend much of their free time traveling across the state for their kids’ baseball and basketball tournaments. Rachel is proud to raise her family in San Juan County where freedom, self-sufficiency, hard work and service are valued.
Jennifer Keith has lived in San Juan County for over 16-years. She is a second-grade teacher at Blanding Elementary School. Outside of work, she and her husband are raising five children who are always keeping them busy and involved and bring their family a great amount of joy.
Lauana Morris resides on the Ute Mountain Ute Reservation in White Mesa, Utah with her husband and children. She loves living in a small community where she is not far from family and gets to enjoy the wide-open spaces that San Juan County has to offer. She has worked primarily in education, spending most of her career at the schools in Blanding. Lauana is currently working for the Recreation Department in White Mesa and looks forward to the opportunity to serve her community further by being on the San Juan County Clean Energy Foundation.
Robert Turk has been married to Valarie, a Blanding girl for over 40-years. Together they have four daughters and eleven grandchildren. He is an educator with over 34-years of experience in the classroom and was recently awarded the Elementary Science Teacher of the Year for the southeast region by the Utah Science Teacher Association. Turk has been dedicated to serving his community both as a member of the Blanding City Council and as a military veteran. He is excited to be on the San Juan County Clean Energy Foundation Board.