Jeff Moulton is the curator, or the “guy who puts the Art Show together,” for Circling the Wagons. He has been participating in progressive Mormon online circles since 2006. He has been known to frequent discussion boards, Facebook groups, organizing book clubs, and get-togethers for the entire misfit Mormons that he loves. He has also organized the Art Shows for the 2012 Circling the Wagons and Mormon Stories Salt Lake City conferences.
Jeff has a Bachelor’s degree of Information Technology from the University of Phoenix. He has spent some time being a stay-at-home dad, which he loved. He also participated in a Feminist Mormon Housewives podcast on the subject. Currently he is, as one of his son’s puts it, a “Credit Card Cop.”
Jeff has been married to his wife for 12 years. He has two sons. The youngest is autistic. They all live mostly happily in West Jordan, Utah. He and his wife work hard to teach their children about the merits and reasons for being a straight-ally. His oldest son marched in the 2013 Utah Pride Parade in his Cub Scout uniform with his mother. Building family also went to the Salt Lake County building to cheer and support all the same-sex marriages occurring at the end of 2013.
He believes that Circling the Wagons and other endeavors to create bridges, relationships, and support to the LGBTQ/SSA community is indeed “marvelous work.” The “field is white.” He feels deeply that he has been “called to the work.” He sees that many have knocked and doors are being opened. (Doctrine & Covenants, Section 4)