2018 Fab 40: Sarah Parson

Meet one of Utah Valley Magazine's 2018 Fab 40


Age: 42
Cedar Hills

The Journey While working and enjoying life in Canada, Sarah decided to move across the border and earn a master’s degree from BYU. She had no idea how much this would change her life. Since moving to Provo, Sarah has become a wife, mother of five and founder of the Dolls of Hope, an organization that makes dolls and bears for children in other countries. She is also a volunteer at Operation Underground Railroad and Project Hope 4 Kids, and is the Utah State Coordinator at Carry the Future.

Mile Markers “I’ve always had a heart to help people and I find ways to do that creatively. I have confidence in my ideas. I’m not afraid to find solutions.”

Road Blocks “Having twins who are now toddlers is definitely my biggest challenge.”

Must-Haves “My phone, agenda/notebook, water and snacks for the kids.”

Local Destination “Provo Canyon or the pool with my kids.”

Follow Dolls of Hope on Instagram: @dollsofhope

McKenzie Stauffer

Kenzie is an intern for Bennett Communications. She graduated from Utah Valley University in December 2017. If you're looking for Kenzie, you'll most likely find her burning food in the kitchen, or listening to Chris Browns latest album.

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