Our Mission

Do Your Part is a 501(c)(3) grassroots non-profit organization active in disaster relief and committed to assisting in the relief of people in need during times of distress. With compassion and diligence, we strive to help those affected to regain self-sufficiency and confidence. Do Your Part is involved in, and with, organizations and agencies in an on-going effort to improve collaboration, cooperation, and especially communication. 

Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Our team of committed Board members and staff are the fuel behind the mission. Do Your Part personnel are at the front lines of disaster, ready to take the lead and effectively provide assistance. Our staff bring knowledge and experience to the task of governing the organization and ensuring program impact.

Lisa Campbell

Lisa Campbell is a co-founder of Do Your Part and also serves as its Executive Director. She grew up a navy brat, then became a coast guard wife. Married thirty-three years, mother to four children and grandmother to eight, her family is the most important thing in her life. A close second is helping others. She was known as the Ann Landers of her high school.

Lisa's life has been of varied experiences and travels. She has lived in fourteen states across America. Her years lived in the Middle East as a teenager had a profound effect on how she related to the world. "We are all the same", she says. Lisa was a business owner for five years, and spent twenty-four years in management. She was President of the PTA. She has been involved in disaster relief for over twenty years, and is a certified Disaster Relief Coordinator. She has also trained as an EMT. 

Lisa's personal interests are in the areas of history, science and the origins of language. She plays a game on her phone where she creates order out of chaos. Friends describe Lisa as tenacious, driven by compassion to help others, and capable of moving mountains. She currently runs DYP's Refugee Relief Project Greece.

Dr. Farnad Darnell

Dr. Farnad J. Darnell serves as Senior Director of DYP. He received his Ph.D. in sociology from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. His areas of specialization include social psychology and identity, social theory (macro and micro), gender, marriage and family studies, and the sociology of religion. He has taught at Eastern Michigan University, the University of Maryland - College Park, and for the NCPACE program teaching aboard U.S. Navy ships on deployment. Some of his research opportunities include the study of prosocial behavior and altruism, intercountry adoption, and addiction.  He has co-authored academic journal articles on addiction and on adoption identity.

He currently lives in Albuquerque, NM, with his beautiful dog, Kai, and maintains researching adoption identity and working with DYP in supporting relief efforts for families devastated by natural disasters, and relief efforts among refugees in Greece.

Jacque Hampson

Growing up in Oklahoma, Jacque Hampson has seen natural disasters first hand since she was very young. Giving to charity is something her family always did- and is still doing. Jacque's education is diverse, but her passion lay with the arts and NFP's. Jacque has spent thirteen years working in not-for-profit organization's including two years at Childhelp. 

Jacque serves as Secretary of DYP. She is mother to two successful sons, and has been an adoption advocate since 1989. When she is not creating or working for DYP she and her husband are hiking or fishing Colorado and planning their next volunteering vacation- hopefully in Africa, something on her Bucketlist. She has already crossed off bungee jumping. Her reading list? It's cook books and volumes of music history for this pianist.

Her closest friends call her “Might Mouse”. When asked why she thinks it's important to do your part, she says quite simply of those affected by disaster, “I want to give them a reason to smile.” Most recently she has made some unforgettable connections with children during her time volunteering with the Make a Wish Foundation.

David Hansen


David Hansen is a Civil Engineer living in Sandy, Utah. Born in Logan, Utah he grew up loving the out of doors and a home where he could enjoy his real interests, driving go-carts and mini-bikes. After his parents moved to Salt Lake City, Utah he became interested in learning how to snow ski, while still keeping his passion for things with motors, including a Triumph motorcycle and Triumph TR3 sports car. Several years ago David realized that skis don't have motors so he traded in his skis for snowmobiles.

Following graduation from High School David spent 2 years as a church missionary serving the people of Guatemala and El Salvador. He was in Guatemala during the devastating earthquake of 1976 that claimed over 23,000 lives. The earthquake was Davids first real exposure to disaster and the urgent physical needs that followed. He spent the next three months helping with the construction of temporary shelter and cleanup. Within 2 weeks of returning home to Utah, David again found the opportunity to assist those devastated by the collapse of the Teton Dam in Idaho. David has also traveled to Greece twice to help Refugees fleeing war and tyranny, including providing support to the Do Your Part Community Center in Dilese, Greece.

David has been happily married to his wife and best friend for 43 years. She supported him through 8 years of college where he received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in engineering. David is a Managing Partner in a Water Resource Civil Engineering firm. They have 5 children and 17 grandchildren. He and his wife love to spend family time at home, Lake Powell and at their cabin.

Linda Myers

We are announcing that, after two and a half years of invaluable service to Do Your Part, Board Member Linda Myers is leaving us. We are extremely grateful for her tireless service and her patience as she has kept our books. We wish her well in all of her future endeavors.

Team Members

Team of Advisors and Consultants  

DYP Ambassador/Hannah's Bear Hugs- Hannah Hoobyar 

Crisis Coach- Tracy Hoobyar 

Facebook/Twitter- Lisa Campbell, Farnad Darnell, Jacque Hampson, Tracy Hoobyar, and Leslie Teltoe

Media Consultant- Christina Karaba 

Long Term Recovery Case Manager- Leslie Teltoe

Medical Advisor- Dr. Maria Helena Silva



Our organization works closely with dedicated partners passionate about providing global disaster relief. Through their continued support our staff is equipped with the necessary tools and resources to distribute aid and assistance. Do Your Part is always looking to forge new partnerships with like minded organizations eager to make a change in the world.