Meet Our Team


Morley Golden

Founder & CGO


Hollyn Martin

Grant Manager

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Elizabeth Herrick

Grant Manager

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Louise Stumph

Grant Manager


Founder & Chief Generosity Officer

Morley began planting the seeds of generosity when his own children were growing up and now continues to do so with his many grandchildren. After an impressive start to his career in San Diego in the construction industry, Morley retired and moved to Sun Valley. In 2009 Wow-Students was born with the hopes of teaching the youth of the Wood River Valley the importance of giving back with their time, treasure and talents. Morley has sat on the Board of Directors of the St. Luke's Wood River Foundation and The Community Library. Currently Morley is President of Golden Edge Enterprises, a local construction management firm and our fearless leader at YGP.

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Mom of littles, educator, wellness guru & nonprofit leader

Elizabeth is a lifelong educator whose career has taken her from the classroom to nonprofit leadership. The importance of generosity, wellness, and community guide all of her endeavors and drew her to The Youth Generosity Project in 2014. Elizabeth first moved to the Wood River Valley in 2001, then spent a decade immersed in urban life in San Francisco and returned to the mountains to raise her children. Elizabeth holds an Executive MBA from Boise State and a Masters in English from Breadloaf School of English. She is also the founder of Herrick Health & Wellness, a health coaching business focused on women’s wellness. When she is not working, Elizabeth can be found running on local trails, baking, and adventuring with her family. 


Adoptive mom, educator, writer & nonprofit leader

Hollyn has been working with youth in nonprofit organizations for 25 years. She grew up spending her summers in the Wood River Valley and eventually moved here in 2008 to raise her three kids. Hollyn has a Master’s degree in Christian Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary and when she is not working for The Youth Generosity Project you can find her homeschooling, cooking & working with kids at Big Wood School. Hollyn also hosts a blog on called Raise Them at the Table.



Mom of young adults, avid outdoorswoman & nonprofit leader

Raised in Seattle, Louise first moved to the Wood River Valley in 1987. Louise graduated from Middlebury College and began working for The Nature Conservancy in Idaho. In 1991 she returned to the Ketchum area. After the birth of her three sons, her passion for conservation, generosity, education and community led her to become involved with YGP, where she was hired to help establish and run the organization with founder Morley Golden in 2011. She has served on both the Sun Valley Community School and Pioneer Montessori Board of Directors, and has been a Director on the Trout & Salmon Foundation board for the past 25 years. An avid outdoorswoman, Louise loves to spend time in the backcountry with her family and friends.