"As soon as he arrived here, he knew this was where we wanted to be," says Chamber partner Lindsey Powers, recalling her father moving the family to Heber from Lindsey's childhood home in Ohia. "It's been more than 25 years now," smiles the Business Development Officer at America First Credit Union in Park City. "I've come full circle, growing up in this beautiful town, spending a lot of time on the mountain, and staying here to raise a family."

As Park City's branch manager and now business development officer, she knows the local business landscape as few others do. "I started as a teller in 2012, but within months, I knew it would be more than just a job," she recalls. "I started learning as much as I could about finance. And I love helping people."

Her desire to help has motivated Lindsey as Habitat for Humanity volunteer for over a decade. Starting out on team-build projects ("My absolute favorite was painting the house on Marsac!”), she began teaching the financial education class "She Means Business" in 2016. "I have taught the course twice a year ever since," she says. "It is very rewarding helping local women become their own financial champions; that has brought me the most joy."

Lindsey and her husband Casey also find joy as off-hours heavy-metal-loving Harley riders. "We enjoy cruising town or taking long road trips on the Harley," she reveals. "And I love heavy metal! We attend concerts all year long. We'll even travel out of state to see our favorite bands."

A fun-loving volunteer, firmly established in business, and a busy mom with three youngsters, Lindsey is masterfully leading a full and well-balanced life – though the idea of quiet times is appealing, too. On her bucket list?  "A bungalow over the water in Tahiti or Fiji," she laughs.

We fully expect she'll accomplish that, too.