Meet Our Executive Board
The executive board of the Granger Elementary PTA is committed to transparency and nonprofit governance best practices.
Lauren Kay Weber
Lauren is a mom of three Granger Elementary students: one Kindergartener and two preschoolers. She brings experience in nonprofit governance to the PTA leadership as well as foundations in partnership development and grant-writing.
Isamar is a parent to two children: a 2nd grader in the Dual Language Immersion program and a soon-to-be Kindergartener. She brings a wealth of strengths to the PTA executive board, including a remarkable ability to connect with parents and intuit how we can best support our school's families.
Tim is a father to a son, also in the Dual Langauge Immersion program at Granger Elementary, who is in 2nd grade. Tim brings a treasure trove of skills to the board, with a background in financial systems and experience with Utah state's education system.
Vice-President of Community Engagement
Kaylyn is mother to a Granger Elementary 2nd grader and two preschool-age children. Kaylyn brings enthusiasm and experience in connecting people to one another and to needed resources. Her focus on the board is to develop strategic partnerships with community organizations to strengthen the PTA's ties to our community as a whole.
Teacher Vice President
An educator at Granger Elementary, Brittany serves as the teacher representative on the PTA's executive board. She also is a Granger Elementary parent, with a son in the 2nd grade Dual Language Immersion program. Brittany provides invaluable guidance on the PTA's school investments and sharing the teacher perspective on the PTA's student-focused programming.
Amber S. Clayton
Principal Vice President
As Granger Elementary's principal, Amber is an invaluable resource to the PTA executive board. She brings a unique perspective to the board, helping the PTA set its sights higher and contextualizing our work in the larger academic picture. Amber has a focus on innovation and forward-thinking while remaining true to both the school's and the PTA's core principle: it's all about the kids.