HEART, INSPIRATION AND “ANGEL” BEHIND RED BARN FARMS

Krista Haws

Co-Founder of the Red Barn Farms Foundation

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Rich Haws - Chairman

CEO of The Haws Companies and Managing Partner in many mixed-use real estate development projects over the past 40 years including Station Park and Park Lane Commons development. Co-Founder of Sticky Bird. A current board member of the Anasazi Foundation and active mentor and instructor at Red Barn Farms.

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Earl Kemp

Previous CEO and President of Forsgren Engineering, a regional multi-disciplined engineering company. Developer and Partner in many mixed-use real estate projects in the US & Mexico. A licensed Civil and Structural Engineer, with degrees from USU and BYU. Active mentor and instructor at Red Barn Farms.

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Michael Page, AuD

Michael Page, AuD, is a doctor of audiology (communication, hearing, and vestibular science).  He is an expert consultant for Departments of Corrections regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and offenders with deafness. Michael has served as a member of the Utah Cochlear Implant team, president of the Utah Speech-Language-Hearing Association, member of the Primary Children’s Medical Center Bioethics Committee, and board chair for the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL).

He has held adjunct faculty positions at Salus University (Elkins Park, PA), University of the Pacific (San Francisco, CA), Utah State University, Brigham Young University, and University of Utah. He served as chair and committee member of the American Academy of Audiology Ethical Practices Committee, Manager of Audiology/Cochlear Implant Program at Primary Children’s Hospital (Salt Lake City, UT), as well as various management and executive positions within healthcare.

He is a regular national and international speaker on topics of ethics, professional relationships and boundaries, as well as workplace culture. He is a certificate holder of the Cornell University Mediation and Arbitration Program, and is a consultant for business, education, and healthcare practices specializing in aspects of ethics, professional boundaries, industry relationships, contract negotiations, employee relations, and eradicating workplace toxicity.

Michael mentors students who lead “Sunday Connections,” a non-denominational program exploring spirituality and its impact in students’ lives.

“When Michael Haws and I first met soon after the Red Barn opened, I was convinced that this model of recovery and mentorship was key to the success of those under the constraints of behaviors associated with addiction. The years associated with RBA have proven that out.”