Ivette Marull D’Angelo was born in Antofagasta, Chile and lived there until the age of 6. She then left South America and came to the United States in 1974. She lived in Plano, Texas and graduated from Plano Senior High School until attending University of North Texas. She received a bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology. She worked at Parkland Hospital Pathology Department for 8 years as a microbiologist. When she had her 3rd child she decided to be a stay home mom and take care of her children. She moved to Prescott, Arizona in 2001 and became very involved in her children’s education. She volunteered at her children’s local elementary school, middle school and high school. She was PTA secretary at Lincoln Elementary School for two years and PTA president for 2 years. She was also PTA president for Mile High Middle School for one year. During this time she was also working on her Master’s degree in Human Relations with emphasis in Counseling. She received her Master’s degree in Education in 2004 from Northern Arizona University. She stayed home and volunteering at her children’s schools until she received her School Guidance Counselor Certificate from Prescott College in 2011. She has been working at Chino Valley High School since 2011. She enjoys exercising, cooking, reading, and traveling with her family.
McKenzie MacIntyre was born and raised in Northern Wisconsin and moved to Prescott, Arizona, in 2016. Ms. MacIntyre graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Human Development with an emphasis in Adolescent Development & Advocacy. She is also an accelerated graduate student pursuing a Master of Education in School Counseling and will be graduating in May 2021. For many years Ms. MacIntyre was a program coordinator, as well as the Teen Advisory Council Coordinator at a nonprofit teen center called The Launch Pad Teen Center in Prescott. Ms. Macintyre enjoys traveling, sports, and going to Wisconsin often to see her family and friends.