Allred, Jacob
Mr. Allred joined American Heritage School as the Database Manager, Cross-Country Coach, and Yearbook Advisor in 2016. He was drawn to the school’s mission and Christ-centered approach to education. When Latter-day Learning launched the Family School Program in 2012, Mr. Allred and his wife were one of the original Founding Families. Mr. Allred is an active member of the LDS Church and served a mission to Madrid, Spain from 1999-2001. Mr. Allred graduated from BYU with a Bachelor of Science in 2006 where his studies focused on non-profit business. He also holds an MBA with an extra emphasis in Leadership from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Mr. Allred has lived in the metro Washington, D.C. area and Phoenix, AZ while working as a non-profit administrator responsible for fundraising, recruitment, and database management. In addition to the non-profit sector, Mr. Allred has also worked as a technician for Microsoft and compliance consultant for SecurityMetrics. Mr. Allred grew up in Provo and Orem, graduating from Mountain View Senior High School. During his senior year, Mr. Allred was the Senior Yearbook Editor and was on the National Championship Boy’s Cross-Country team, under the direction of Coach Dave Houle. Mr. Allred has volunteered with the Jacob Hamblin Legacy Organization and was the founding Rotaract President his senior year at BYU (Provo). He also has been a Rotarian in Leesburg, Virginia. He and his wife Meghan are the busy parents of one princess and five boys, all of whom continue to enjoy learning through the Family School Program.