Scott Christley is a digital marketer recently relocated to the Washington, D.C., area as a consultant for a nationwide agency. Christley is a serial entrepreneur and has had some limited success with dozens of businesses. He worked for the Church for twelve years (six of those at Deseret Book) working in various digital media roles. Both he and his wife received degrees from from BYU-Hawaii, his in world history and hers in international cultural communications, which took them to Easter Island (Rapa Nui) for her culminating research for a month. Their biggest passion is producing and translating media to teach and uplift people and make the world a better place. They are the parents of four children that they homeschool and are huge proponents of experiential learning. He served a mission in Costa Rica and she served in Scotland.

Paris Gabriel Goyeneche has used his language abilities (English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese) working for Air France and GOL at the head ticketing office and at the airport as a ground staff. Now Goyeneche is at the Buenos Aires Temple as an assistant at the Recorder´s Office. He is studying toward a degree in international relationships at the Universidad Nacional de Lanús. His travels have taken him to Brazil, Geneva, Paris, Moscow, U.S. (Los Angeles, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, New York), for vacations and studying, and also several cities in Argentina, where he served as a missionary in the Mendoza and Bahía Blanca Mission. He and his wife Lorena are the parents of an autistic son Iñaki, and Goyeneche is bishop of their Parque Barón ward.