26 April 2013 Written by  

Data can be thought of dry and lifeless statistics. But at Voices for Utah Children, we see the potential for data to tell a story. In the case of the Annie E. Casey KIDS COUNT project, data tells the story of how are children are doing across the U.S. The KIDS COUNT data for Utah, released this week, shows us what we have been doing right for kids and where we could use some improvement.


Sara Face Shot BetterSara Gunderson, Office Manager and Executive Assistant, joined the organization in 2007. She has extensive administrative experience, including more than eight years in development at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center. Sara received her BS in Psychology at the University of Utah with a coursework emphasis in infant and child development.