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Christopher Cleveland
Professional Mentor
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Christopher moved to Moab Utah at age 10. He graduated from Grand County High School in 2012, then with a teaching degree from Utah Tech University in 2017. Christopher serves in the role of professional mentor for Grand Area Mentoring, meeting weekly with multiple mentees one-on-one. He is a high-functioning member of the autism spectrum who credits his diagnosis as a source of insight into the youth whom he serves. Christopher finds one-on-one mentoring to be one of the most enriching pursuits he has ever undertaken. He is currently pursuing a Master’s of Education in Instructional Leadership through Utah State University, while also caregiving for the elderly/disabled and coaching autistic individuals in job skills. In his leisure time, Christopher enjoys writing, studying Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Karate, and other meditative and martial art forms as well as weightlifting and running.