Board of Directors
President, Executive Director: Laurie Lundberg
Laurie Lundberg, is the president and founder of Bridge of Love. She studied Child Development at Brigham Young University, and has spent much of her life in loving, nurturing and guiding children. She has seven children, twenty-three grandchildren, and numerous Romanian children who have all given her great insight to life. She lived in Bucharest, Romania from 2008-2011 while her husband served as the LDS Mission President. Everyday she saw the tragedy of abandoned children who are left without hope.
Secretary: Scott Lundberg
Scott received a B.A. in Economics from Brigham Young University in 1975 and a J.D. from the University of Chicago in 1978. In 1991 he founded the law firm of Lundberg & Associates, of which he is the president and managing attorney. He served as a mission president for his church over the Romania Bucharest Mission from 2008 to 2011. He has been active in coaching youth sports, Scouting and running.
Treasurer: Sheila Angerhofer
Sheila Angerhofer is a native of Utah. She grew up in Fountain Green, Utah, where she assisted her dad on the farm as needed while brothers were away serving missions. She attended North Sanpete HIgh School, in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. She has a Bachelor's of Science from Utah State University and an Associate's Degree from Snow College. She worked as an assistant and bookkeeper for Keith L. Knight owner of Knight Realty from 1976 to 1986. She married her husband, Norman Angerhofer in 1985 and had the first of five children in 1986. She continues to assist the Knight family with their accounting and office needs. She currently teaches piano to almost thirty students at her home in South Jordan, Utah. She has worked with Bridge of Love since 2009 and enjoys working with such a dedicated group of volunteers.
Derek graduated with a BA in History from Brigham Young University and an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He is currently employed as a Learning Executive for Cerner Corporation. He lives with his family in South Jordan, Utah and enjoys running, reading, traveling with his family, and cheering for BYU.
Pauline is a graduate of Arizona State University with her bachelor’s degree. She received her Special Education endorsement from Utah State University. She has devoted her life to her husband and six children and serving in her church. She currently teaches in the Elementary setting as the special education teacher and loves her students. She loves the people of Romania and feels grateful to have had the opportunity to travel there the past two years and meet the wonderful people.
Christina is currently employed as a Human Resource professional and has worked in manufacturing for 20+ years. Her scope of responsibility includes serving five western facilities directly and offering training and mentorship nationally. She has served on numerous not-for profit organizations including Utah Swimming, Another Language (a performing art group) and a regional board affiliated with OSHA (VPPPA). In addition, Ms. Ross, while volunteering as a Troop Leader, accompanying a group of senior girl scouts to serve in Romania for their Gold project. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Utah as well as Masters of Business Administration, and is a Senior Certified Human Resource Professional.
Caroline began her involvement with Romania when a sophomore at BYU. She spent two summers during college working in an orphanage and a children's hospital in Iasi. During her second summer there she became involved with Bridge of Love when she volunteered at the summer camp in Barlad. In December 2014 she became a Bridge of Love board member. Caroline loves being involved with Bridge of Love because it has a lasting effect on the abandoned children of Romania. It not only improves the lives of children, but it puts smiles on their faces and gives them a sense of community and family that they otherwise would not enjoy. She is currently a 7th grade English teacher.
Tiffani Shipley is a licensed clinical social worker who has been on the Bridge of Love board since its inception in 2000. She has traveled to Romania many times and works with the foundations social workers and psychologist. In 2001, she started the process of adopting an 11 month old baby girl, Liliana, but was unable to complete the adoption due to the closure of international adoptions in Romania in 2005.She currently works as a therapist for the Department of Child and Family Services. She works with families who are at risk of losing custody of their children and with families whose children are being returned home. As a youth, she loved the sport of figure skating and continues her professional relationship with the sport as a National Judge. She lives in Salt Lake City with her family and continues to have regular contact with Liliana.
Natalee is currently studying Public Health at UVU located in Orem, UT. She served an LDS mission in Romania from 2011-2012, which is where her connection with the Romanian people began. She has served in many leadership positions with in her church and community. She is also a Bridge of Love board member and deals specifically with race publicity. She has a great passion for this work and a great love or the Romanian people.
Maren Dalton graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Family and Consumer Sciences. She loves children and has been involved with the abandoned children of Romania since 1999. She and her husband, Kamron, are the parents of four children. Maren currently serves as president of Rodney Service Company. She loves cooking, music, sewing and teaches piano and sewing lessons to children.