Janeel Juncker is a Master’s Candidate of Instructional Psychology and Technology at Brigham Young University, Provo, where she researches how creative cultures and their leaders manifest hope. Her thesis (in progress) provides instructional design insights and recommendations, based on her research. She publishes, presents at professional conferences, and enjoys participating in interdisciplinary conventions and collaborations. She is involved in local and international relief organizations and initiatives—of religious and secular natures. Janeel is passionate about her religion, her family, and the humanities. She has a growing interest in political activism, and believes the key health indicators of a society to include the state of the natural family and mutual respect for religious differences. When tolerant religions are put on trial for exclusivity, and when the roles and responsibilities within natural family units disband, societies will crumble in the wake.