Jennifer Ah You
My experience is in youth programs and adult employment, my education is in Psychology, and my heart is in service to my community. I have had many people help me along on my journey and choose to show my gratitude by trying to help others on theirs.
Our culture has instilled in us a strong sense of family and service. We are far from home and have found our family in our staff and clients at Mana. We are so grateful for our Idaho ohana!
When I'm not working I am usually cheering for one of my kids on their fields, courts and campuses or maybe even for my husband/favorite football coach.
Harland Ah You
As a Director of Mana Services and Co-Owner of Mana Resources we have truly been blessed. We have come from humble beginnings and have been taught four lessons that have been predominate in our lives. First is that it takes a village to raise a child. Second is that when we are in the service of others, we are only in the service of our Father in Heaven. Third is that we are all worthy of love. Fourth is that only with open arms can anyone find your heart.
With our foundation of working together as a family, serving one another with true charity, awakening our inner Mana to remember that we are worthy of love, and in opening our own hearts we have cultivated an approach of acceptance and individuality.
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your Journey. Mahalo Nui Loa
BYU 94-97. Studies in Family Science.
Group Home Staff '96-'97
Canyon County Juvenile Detention '98
Canyon County Sheriff '99-'06
Mana Employment Service '06-'08
Family, Coaching, and waiting for grandchildren to learn from.