We Believe

The young people we work with likely have just as much if not more life experience, knowledge and perspective to share with us as we have to share with them

That fun, creativity and humor are important medicine

Everyone has something unique to offer and helping them see that for themselves is one of life’s joys

Meet the Angels Landing Team

Everyone should have a support system to help them successfully navigate life. Our team makes a measurable impact on the lives of former foster youth by building lasting relationships, creating a community of resources and support, and giving a platform to the voice of the youth we serve. Along with our employees, we are grateful for the many volunteers who dedicate their time to sustaining our vision of supporting former foster youth in achieving their view of success.

Katelyn is an experienced speaker and youth advocate. She is the current president of the Foster Care Youth Council for the state of Utah and uses her platform to share her story and advocate for the foster care community. She is passionate about giving a voice to solutions that would make a positive impact on youth. Styling hair and makeup are fun pastimes for her. In addition to helping the foster community, she is working to achieve her dream of being a registered nurse.


Katelyn Stark

Mia was born and raised in St. George, Utah. She graduated from Utah Tech University in 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing. She was recognized as a high honors student, with a cumulative GPA of 3.8. She brings compassion and inclusivity everywhere she goes. She loves doing anything from creating content to personal shopping. Being creative is a huge passion for her! She is excited to put her strengths and passions to great use with Angel Landing.


Mia Hickman

Rachel is excited to bring her fun, loving, and happy personality to the foundation. As a woman who was an at-risk youth, she is passionate about bringing the services that would have made a positive impact on her to those who need them most. She shares her story as a public speaker and published author. In 2019, she founded ShineSLC, a nonprofit focused on youth outreach events. When she’s not working on events, she can be found crafting or enjoying the transformation of a re-decorating project. She is a proud mother and enjoys supporting and empowering women of all ages.


Rachel Marie

Nathan holds a Bachelor of Science in psychology with a minor in business management from Brigham Young University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Las Vegas Nevada. With a passion for serving others, he has dedicated 16 years of his career to the social service industry, specifically working with foster youth, at-risk youth, and persons with Intellectual disabilities. He enjoys using his business experience to manage organizations that emphasize the ability to positively impact our communities. As executive director, much of his time is reserved for administrative tasks, but he is happiest spending time one-on-one with the people he serves. In his free time, he can be found hiking, climbing, riding motorcycles in the desert, or spending time with his wife and four kids.


Nathan Marsh

Cadon is currently a student at Utah Tech University pursuing a degree in Psychology.   Cadon is a mental health and foster care advocate as he works both at the state and local community levels to support those who have been impacted by the foster care system.  Cadon has served as vice president of the Utah Youth council advisory Board for foster care, as well as has been involved in several leadership roles while on campus at Utah Tech.   Post grad, Cadon hopes to continue his education towards receiving a Ph. D in Clinical Neuropsychology.  Cadon enjoys sharing his voice through singing and performing as well as has a exploring his hobby of Photography.  Cadon has a passion for helping people and creating a space for people to explore their own identities.


Cadon Sagendorf

After aging out of the foster care system, Sheri considers herself extremely resilient. She finds it empowering to experience trials and walk away with knowledge and confidence that helps with her life’s journey. She is enthusiastic about assisting and empowering foster youth as they age out of the system. She is a kind and caring individual, who finds joy in traveling and learning about different cultures. Sheri wants to continue to use her voice to impact the foster care community and advocate for positive change.


Sheri Syson

Board of Directors

Angels Landing is fortunate to have a board of competent and motivated community leaders who lend their expertise to guide us in meeting our goals. It is their empathy and skill that keep us on track to provide youth with the support they require to achieve success.

Voting Board Members

  • Cara Brook – Foundation Founder
  • Nick Killpack – Foundation Co-Founder
  • Jeremy Hiatt

Auxiliary Board Roles

  • Nathan Marsh, President
  • Nick Killpack, Vice President
  • Jeremey Hiatt, Secretary
  • Ben Rich, Treasurer

Angels Landing is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. The foundation is governed by a board of directors that meets regularly to establish critical principles and regulatory guidelines that ensure the foundation is not only correctly structured as a 501(c)3 but operating in a manner that meets the goals to have a positive lasting impact on our community and in the lives of the foster youth we support. Board minutes and financial records are public record and available upon request. Please email Executive Director Nathan Marsh @ nate@seintofficial.com.