Board Members

MISSION: We create housing opportunities for neurodiverse adults in Park City that integrates quality of life within a supportive community.

Wes Stout – Board Chair

Wes has been a resident of Park City for 10 years and currently works as a sales leader for Pepsi where he leads teams across the west coast.

Previous to Pepsi, Wes ran Young Life in Park City for several years and helped start Capernaum, Young Life’s neurodiverse outreach to students ages 12-21.

He and his wife Hannah, of 11 years, both have siblings with special needs and are passionate about making Park City a place where neurodiverse adults can have a thriving life.

In his spare time, Wes enjoys cooking for friends and traveling with Hannah.

Stephanie Polukoff – Board Member

Stephanie is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist with 30 years of experience running her own business, SAP Services, providing healthcare/therapeutic services to a variety of schools and clinics that support special needs children and their families. 

She worked in the Park City School District for 17 years as well as Primary Children’s Hospital, Blue Sky Therapeutics, and private practice.  The very *definition of her profession has prepared her for developing a co-housing inclusive community. She is a founding member of Bridge21 Park City and considers it her final act to create an inclusive, sustaining, nurturing community for her special needs friends to thrive and succeed in life.  She has also been an advocate for her own children growing up in Park City where she was President of school PTO’s, member of PCEF and PCSTF, Jans Winter Welcome volunteer and NAC volunteer when it was just one building and a barn.  Currently, Stephanie is dedicated to B21, Walter, the pug, and her family, Jerry, Izaac and Natalya.


Occupational therapy (OT) is a global healthcare profession. It involves the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities, or occupations, of individuals, groups, or communities.

Liza Howell – Board Member

Bio coming soon.

Clay Weldon – Board Member

Clay has been with B21 from the very beginning. 

My early years growing up back East outside Philly were spent living an adventurous life riding freestyle BMX, go-carts, unicycles, dirt bikes, playing all the sports, and… delivering lots of wedding cakes. My parents owned a bakery that’s still around today and I’m one of six kids who all worked in the bakery.

I have a beautiful wife, Cristy, and some amazing kiddos with one being a special needs son, Luke, who lights up everyone’s life.

I founded a fitness software business back in 2011, absolutely love what I do, and am surrounded by incredibly supportive people. Be content, but never settle.

Ed Aloe – Board Member

Bio coming soon.

Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission

We create housing opportunities for neurodiverse adults in Park City that integrates quality of life within a supportive community.

Our Vision

Every neurodiverse adult has the opportunity to live in community-integrated housing in Park City, Utah.

Get Involved

There are many ways you can help propel Bridge21 forward in our housing initiative. You can donate, volunteer, and follow us on social media.


Bridge21 appreciates any and all donations. Your tax-exempt donations are twofold; they:

  • ​Help Bridge21 host community-supported events
  • Establish a fund to create more housing options for our community members with disabilities.
Join a Committee

There are a few different ways you can volunteer with Bridge21.

You can…

  • ​Community Engagement
  • Buds&Blooms – Community Gardens
  • B21 Circle – Support for Families
  • Fundraising, etc.

Here are a lot of resources for not only Park City, Utah but also national resources for neuro-typical individuals and their families.

We Need Your Support Today!

With your contribution we can create stable housing opportunities for our community members with disabilities. Showing your commitment helps us continue to support our community members with disabilities. Together we will make a more inclusive and diverse Park City community.