Ken Woolley, an entrepreneur, has helped launch over forty companies, many in England. Most of his enterprises involve real estate; others include high tech, food, and airlines. Currently, he is the Executive Chairman of Extra Space Storage, Inc. He also has property companies in Las Vegas and New York. Ken helped found and is active in More Good Foundation, and has served for many years on the board of American Indian Services. He recently returned from serving as president of the Moscow Russia West Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ken received a bachelor’s degree in Physics from BYU, and an MBA and PhD in Business Administration from Stanford University.
Athelia Woolley works as a member of the Utah Youth Parole Authority and serves as a mediator in the Third District Court in the victim-offender program and in schools to resolve truancy issues. She also serves as a hospice volunteer for CNS and on the Hale Center Theater Board. Athelia graduated in Humanities from BYU and did graduate work in English and in Communications. The Woolleys have seven children and twenty-four grandchildren.