Diann Jeppson Portrait 2017Diann Jeppson, Founder and Director

Diann Jeppson is devoted to creating fulfilling learning experiences for students. She is the former program manager for the American Heritage School Online Middle and High School Program. With 25 years experience teaching her own children, 16 years experience as a family education coach, and having produced 18 annual education conferences, Diann is delighted to put her expertise and experience to work, as the director of Ensign Peak Academy.

Diann’s experience also includes 19 years as producer of an annual youth civics conference called “Simulations Week,” 23 years as producer of the Liberty Girls program (history-based experiential learning for children) and 5 years experience teaching and directing American Youth Leadership Institute, a youth civics education organization. Diann has fulfilled numerous speaking engagements at education conferences and seminars in the US and Canada. She has chaired four non-profit educational organizations and has 10+ years experience as a parliamentary procedure consultant and trainer. She is a certified tour guide for the State of Utah.  She has a BA from a private, classical liberal arts college.

Diann enjoyed performing for 8 years in a family bluegrass ensemble called “The Wildflowers” (guitar and vocals). She and her husband Adam live on a 2.5 acre homestead in Mount Pleasant, a small Central-Utah town in a secluded high-mountain desert valley. Adam is the town gunsmith. Adam and Diann have four delightful daughters, three handsome sons-in-law and seven terrific little grandchildren. Connect with Diann personally on Facebook. View Diann’s work and service experience profile on LinkedIn.

Connie VossConnie Voss, Assistant Director

Connie Voss graduated from Brigham Young University and New England College. Her Master’s degree is in Public Policy, with a 4.0 GPA and a perfect score on her thesis. She has many years of teaching experience, including early morning seminary.

She served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in New Mexico and Colorado. In addition, she keeps active in local elections and state political issues. A native Californian, Connie successfully homeschooled five children. Seven wonderful grandchildren have joined their family. She and her husband Bob live in Gridley, California with their daughter Emily and dog Odie. Their son Nathan will return in November from serving in the Ghana Accra West Mission.

Connie teaches US History, Principles of Liberty and World History for Ensign Peak Academy. She is excited to become the Assistant Director, and for the opportunity to work more closely with the students.