CCO (Chief Cultivation Officer)
Page, granddaughter of Snuck and a Nutrition graduate from Utah State University, wanted to experience a slower life and pace, offering something different for her children. Through her desire to cultivate the land, her family, and her community, the idea of Snuck Farm was born. When not farming you can find Page spending time in nature with her family and eating and preparing the food she grows.
COO (Chief Operations Officer)
The majority of Shaun's professional experience has been in Operations/Business Management, spanning across several industries. He enjoys the process of building, developing, and creating businesses and keeping the 'ship sailing'. But, as a passionate lover of plants and nature (his house is an indoor jungle!), and having grown up working family farms, he made a move into a more sustainable venture with Snuck Farm to help inspire others to live more simply, consciously, compassionately, and to empower healthier lifestyles.
CGO (Chief Greenhouse Officer)
Rachel received a Bachelors of Science in Conservation and Restoration Ecology with a focus in Sustainable Systems and Plant Science from Utah State University. She is passionate about solving complex problems concerning people and the environment. She enjoys growing plants and feeding the community at Snuck Farm. When not at the farm Rachel enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, bird watching and doing yoga.
CFO (Chief Farmyard Officer)
Mariana grew up in Northern California where hiking, tending to the family garden and orchard, canning, battling gophers, and of course swimming in muddy irrigation ditches with cousins was the norm. She studied Plant Biology at BYU, Provo and after graduating decided to take a detour from the academic track she was on in order to apply her knowledge of plants toward her passion for growing food and being out in nature. Over the last decade, her farming career has been greatly expanded by working on a handful different farms, in different states, and all in different climates. When she’s not on the farm covered in dirt, you can usually find her covered in dirt spending time with friends and family, experimenting in the kitchen and exploring the outdoors.