Ross C "Rocky" Anderson Executive Director of High Road for Human Rights Advocacy Project
Executive Director of High Road for Human Rights Education Project firstname.lastname@example.org (801)-364-3560 ext. 117
Rocky served as Mayor of Salt Lake City from 2000-2008. Before serving as Mayor, he was listed in Best Lawyers in America, served as Chair of the Utah State Bar Litigation Section, and was Editor-in-Chief of the Voir Dire legal journal. He served as President of the boards of the Utah affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, Citizens for Penal Reform, and Guadalupe Education Programs. He was a Board Member of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah and Common Cause of Utah. A vigorous human rights, government reform, and environmental advocate, Anderson was named by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the top ten straight advocates in the United States for GLBT equality, and received the Sierra Club Distinguished Service Award, the EPA Climate Protection Award, the Respect the Earth Planet Defender Award, the National Association of Hispanic Publications Presidential Award, The League of United Latin American Citizens Profile in Courage Award, The Drug Policy Alliance Richard J. Dennis Drugpeace Award, the Progressive Democrats of America Spine Award, the Air & Waste Management Association Richard Beatty Mellon Stewardship Award, and the World Leadership Award for environmental programs. Anderson was named by Business Week as one of the top twenty advocates in the world on climate change, and served on the Newsweek Global Environmental Leadership Advisory Committee.
Artie Mueller, Program Director, graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in Psychology and German. He brings over 25 years of experience in operations, logistics and international sales management in the ski industry as well as being as instructor for a nationwide ski industry certification program.
Kristi Rhoades, Team and Membership Director, graduated from the University of Missouri- St. Louis in 2008 with a B.A. in Political Science, French Minor, Honors Certificate and Nonprofit Leadership & Management Certificate. A native St. Louisan and new to the Salt Lake area, Kristi has interned with Sierra Club, actively participated in her university chapter of Amnesty International, studied the French language abroad, and currently runs an online vintage jewelry boutique. Kristi brings to High Road a passion for advocating for those disregarded and unheard.