• Entrepreneur Feature: Sheila Sjolseth, Pennies of Time

      “So, the boys and I are going to do an act of kindness every day,” sharing with my husband my new goal, I looked over at him. He paused and returned my look, “That’s great! For how long?” “For the rest of our lives.” I continued folding the laundry. Wow! Vocalizing it felt real […]

  • The Student Record: Sydney, Masters in Educational Leadership

    Name: Sydney B. Donaldson School/University: Northern Arizona University City/Location: Flagstaff, AZ (however, it’s an online program. I’m located in Tucson, AZ) Major/Field of Study: Master of Education, Educational Leadership Marital status/children?: Married for 8 years, with one child (a two-year-old) What led you to the program that you are currently pursuing or have completed? Why […]

  • Entrepreneur Feature: Kristy, Educational Technology

    My name is Kristy Sevy.  I am a mom, wife, hair fanatic, and founder/CEO of FuzePlay (an EdTech company).  I have a background in Piano Pedagogy and Marriage Family Therapy. I entered the startup world a little over a year ago when I decided to build FuzePlay! I didn’t have a background tech or business, […]

  • Are You Protecting Yourself from Tax Identity Theft?

    By Jonyce Bullock, CPA About two years ago the topic of identity theft became personal. I was aware identity theft happened; I had several clients who’d had their identities stolen, and I had attended hours of trainings on how to protect yourself from identity theft. However, on a certain level, I was in denial that […]

  • Career Day: Dentist

    Tell us a little about yourself and about your job? My name is Lucinda Hall. I grew up in Southern California and currently live in the San Francisco Bay Area. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from BYU and I graduated from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco. I […]

  • Voices from the Past: Silk Culture & Industry

    by Brooke Nelson Edwards In 1893, Relief Society sisters from Utah made quite a stir at the World’s Fair in Chicago. The group of women from the western territory had won a gold medal for their silk exhibit. This unlikely outcome, which caught the eye of French judges and Japanese silk experts, led to the […]

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