About Us

Edification Through Media Foundation is run by volunteers and a dedicated board of directors. The board of directors include:

Kay B. Adamson — Lehi, UT
Mr. Adamson has worked extensively in the construction industry.  After spending two years of volunteer service in Melbourne, Australia, for his Church, Mr. Adamson tested for and received his General Contracting License. He started his own construction company in 1979 which he still operates, specializing in Excavation and Light Commercial Construction.  In 2008 he received the top award from the Utah Valley Homebuilders Association for "Best Multi-Family Community," for the construction of the Italian Villages, in Orem. Mr. Adamson is very active in his church and has been a Boy Scout leader for more than a decade, receiving advanced training and instructing at Woodbadge Training Courses. As he nears retirement, he looks forward to getting back into his wood shop, as well as continuing to serve in his community.  Mr. Adamson married his high school sweetheart in 1978; they have 6 children and 11 grandchildren.

Gregory Brough — Orem, UT
Mr. Brough graduated from Brigham Young University in 1972 with a B.S. in Accounting. He worked with an international accounting firm, earned his CPA designation, and then worked for various Fortune 500 companies in healthcare and business reporting industries. His career included three years working in Brazil for a multi-national healthcare company.  He later spent three years of volunteer service in Southern Brazil from 1991-1994. He has a rich background in both domestic and international financial operations. For the past 16 years he has worked in family-owned businesses with his wife and children in Utah. He enjoys participating in volunteer and charitable activities.

Daniel Fugal — Pleasant Grove, UT
Mr.  Fugal attended the University of Utah and Brigham Young University, graduating with degrees in Business Management and Finance. He was the Chief Executive Officer and owner of Niels Fugal Sons Companies for 20 years. He is the managing Member of Fugal Aviation LLC and NFSCO LLC (Property and Charter Aviation Companies). He served in the U.S. Air Force Reserve for 6 years, Alpine School District Board of Education for 8 years, and 4 years on the Pleasant Grove City Council. He was named the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year for 2001. He has been married to Jill Boren Fugal for 47 years; they have four sons and 12 grandchildren.

Allen Kreutzkamp — Orem, UT
Mr. Kreutzkamp grew up under his father's German philosophy of learning a business from the ground up. With that, he developed a range of skills from his hands-on experience to keep a business thriving. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Family Financial Planning (Family Science) and a minor in Business Management. His career has rooted him in real estate, and he currently owns and operates a variety of real estate service and investment companies. Mr. Kreutzkamp and his wife have three children.

Todd Penovich — Orem, UT
Mr. Penovich graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting in 1985 and in 1999 he received a Master's Degree in Accounting from Utah State University. He began his career in banking working as a loan officer for banks in California and Utah. He is currently a bank Vice President of the Loan Division where he enjoys working with local businesses and volunteering with service organizations. Mr. Penovich and his wife live in Orem and have four children.

Paul Savage — Alpine, UT
Mr. Savage is native of Seattle, Washington, where he also spent a third of his professional life. A former Fulbright Fellow to the University of Bern, Switzerland, Mr. Savage earned his Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School. Prior to moving to Utah in 2005, he worked in the Seattle office of big four accounting firm KPMG. He recently formed a new law firm, Equity Law PLLC, designed to reinvent the practice of law consistent with a renewed emphasis on ethics, rights and responsibilities appropriately balanced. Mr. Savage has been a proponent of the arts for many years, serving as an Associate/Team Captain and Member of the Diamond Club with the ArtsFund in Seattle, and a member of the Utah Arts Council’s Advisory Board to the Office of Cultural Diplomacy. In 2007-2008 he was an executive producer of the feature film, Emma Smith – My Story. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board for the Equity Serve Foundation, which launched the Park City International Film Festival in 2016.