• Networking
  • Visibility, Publicity & Exposure
  • Credibility & Referrals
  • Sponsorships, Signature Events
  • Community Involvement

Jared Anderson

President / Jared Anderson
Emery Telcom

Jared is the Assistant General Manager for Emery Telcom. During his tenure with Emery Telcom he has served as Marketing/PR Manager, Business Development Manager. He had an instrumental role in the Precis acquisition and expansion in to the Moab Community and is heavily involved in planning for Moab bradband internet services, and further expansions.

Jared has a Bachelors Degree in Economics from Southern Utah University, a variety of technical training, and he is very interested in technology and its impact on work and life.
He loves the Moab area, and is excited to see it evolve. As an avid trail runner and rock climber he spends as much time in Moab as possible. He currently serves on the Emery County Chamber of Commerce Board, and also volunteers on the Emery County Search and Rescue organization.

Danielle Hansen

Vice President / Danielle Hansen


Danielle Hansen is the co-owner of Moab Rents.  She manages multiple rental units and organizes the cleaning and maintenance of many more.  She’s been in Moab for 9 years.  She is the mother of 3 children and has been married for 23 years to Richey, a game bird farmer.  When she’s not working on the farm she is following her son around for sporting events.  She is  2015/2016 President of Moab Rotary and Treasurer for the Wabi-Sabi board.

Britnie Ellis

Britnie Ellis

Treasurer / Britnie Ellis

Big Horn Lodge

Britnie Ellis is the manager of the Big Horn Lodge. She has worked for the lodge for the past 16 years and in the tourism industry since she was old enough to work. Britnie was born and raised in Moab, where her ancestors settled. She loves her job and the beautiful Moab area. In 2002, Britnie was on the board for the Moab Lodging Association and in 2004 was elected President which, she held for many years. She is active the community, with the school and other local events.

Britnie loves spending time with her husband and 2 children. She enjoys the sports and activities her children are involved in. She loves serving others and recreating in the outdoors.

Judy Copeland

Judy Copeland

Judy Copeland has lived in Moab most of her life.  For the past 12 years she has been the general manager of Zax.  Judy is a people person, and that's why she has worked in the food industry for 35 years!


Chantell Murphy

Zions Bank / Chantell Murphy

Chantell is the Assistant Financial Center Manager of Zions Bank in Moab UT.  She was born and raised in Moab and has been in banking for over 11 years, most recently at Zions Bank for the past eight.  She has been an active member of the Moab Chamber of Commerce for over 5 years and involved in numerous activities sponsored and supported by the Chamber.  Chantell is also active and involved in other non-profit and community events. 

Chantell enjoys being involved in the Moab community as well as spending time with her two children and husband while enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the Moab area.

Rory Paxman

County Council Representative / Rory Paxman

Rory is an avid outdoorsman and loves being in the wilderness and would tell you he is a country boy at heart. In recent years he’s decided to put forth the effort he believes this county and area deserves. He belongs to the Utah Guides and Outfitters Board and loves the way businesses use the area in a responsible and respectful manner.

Rarni Schultz

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. / Rarni Schultz

I work for Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. as a loan officer. My favorite part of the job is talking with people and finding out what brings them to Moab. My children attend Grand County School District and they very involved with their academics and sports programs. I love being involved with the kids and any events going on within the community.

I have lived in Moab for 6 years. I grew up in a small town in Idaho and l love small towns. I think the best part about living in Moab is the location and I feel like Moab is in a bubble. I would like to see Moab expand with future growth, while preserving the best part about Moab…the uniqueness. Nothing better than main street in Moab and the small community.