Board of Directors
Missy graduated from the University of Washington and landed in Teton Valley in 2002. She then completed her MBA from Idaho State University and received her CPA. She is now co-owner of Chircop & Colyer CPAs, a Driggs based firm founded in 2006. Missy joined the FSN board in the Fall of 2017 and brings with her many years of nonprofit board experience. She is excited to work with such a committed staff and board to further the important mission of FSN.
When not in the middle of tax season; Missy, her husband, and her two young boys love to experience the many wonderful things that Teton Valley has to offer. You can find her and her family out and about in the valley fishing, biking, climbing, and skiing.
Megan is a Florida native who migrated west in 2011 to explore different altitudes and attitudes. Megan graduated with her B.S. in Zoology from the University of Florida and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Wyoming, where she received multiple awards for her research on the effects of the Teton County, WY housing crisis on local social service organizations.
Megan now serves as the Executive Director of the Community Resource Center of Teton Valley and a bilingual mental health counselor in Jackson. She has spent time studying Spanish in Mexico, Guatemala, and Colombia, and is passionate about gender equality, children’s rights, and community development. She is an active (although clumsy) backpacker and cyclist, and can often be found exploring in the national forest with her dog.
Executive & Finance Committees
Joe joined Family Safety Network’s Board in September, 2015. Joe and his wife Julie grew up in Indiana. They both graduated from Indiana University and after college Joe accepted a position with a CPA firm their hometown.
In 1971 Joe and Julie loaded up a tent camper and station wagon and with three children, headed to Anchorage, AK where Joe had accepted a job with an accounting firm. Years later when the children headed off to college, Joe and Julie began to explore lifestyle options and in 1992, Joe opened a branch office in Jackson, WY. By 2004, Joe and Julie moved to Teton Spring. Joe has been an avid cross-country skier, as much as 100 kilometers per week, and runner. At age 75, he ran his first marathon ever - the Jackson, WY marathon!
Mara has over 25 years of experience in healthcare software technologies, specializing in project management and new product launches, including system requirements development, contract management, implementation, and marketing. Since 2006 she has worked for Pionetechs, Inc., a technology innovation firm specializing in niche software applications, primarily for healthcare systems.
Mara is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the Un. of Texas McCombs School of Business, and serves on the Board of the Teton Hospital Foundation. She & husband Jack of +30 years moved to Victor in 2014. They have 2 adult children, love fly fishing, skiing, and Teton Valley.
Carrie Mowrey was raised in Ogden, UT, with fond memories of summers spent vacationing in Grand Teton National Park with her family. After graduating from Weber State University with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Women’s Studies, Carrie moved to Moose, WY to be closer to her favorite place on earth – the Tetons. After a summer spent working in the national park, her original goal was to head back to graduate school. However, it was here that Carrie met her future husband, Tim, and the rest is history. They moved to Teton Valley in 2008 to put down roots and have greatly enjoyed all the community has to offer. Together, they have three young sons who keep them busy with hockey, baseball, lacrosse, hiking, biking, skiing, fishing and camping.
Carrie has been active in the nonprofit community in Teton Valley, serving as a volunteer for multiple organizations while a stay-at-home mom, then moving on to full-time employment with the Community Foundation of Teton Valley. Carrie served as the executive director for the organization from 2014 through 2018, overseeing the successful administration of multiple community-wide nonprofit programs, including the Tin Cup Challenge. She now serves as a member of the board of directors for the Family Safety Network, the Education Foundation of Teton Valley and ABC - Teton Valley. After an 18-year delay, Carrie is now headed back to graduate school and is currently enrolled in at the University of Wyoming in pursuit of a Master of Social Work degree.