• Entrepreneur Feature: Liz Lambson, Lizzy Luna

    Since I was a kid, I’ve defined myself as an artist, musician, and creative and am grateful to continue in those roles as an “adult.”  I feel like an eternal child, though, constantly growing into so many pairs of shoes from house slippers to heels. I apply my creative skills, training, and experience to every […]

  • The Student Record: Megan, MBA Student

    Name: Megan Gessel Brewster School/University: Brigham Young University City/Location: Salt Lake City, UT Major/Field of Study: Master’s of Business Administration – Focus on Organizational Behavior, Strategy & Social Impact Marital status/children: Married What led you to the program that you are currently pursuing or have completed? Why did you select this major or field of […]

  • Entrepreneur Feature: Crystal Young-Otterstrom, Utah Cultural Alliance

    I am the executive director of Utah Cultural Alliance (UCA) which is the advocacy voice for the arts and humanities. I’ve been there since 2010. I also have a marketing and event production on the side, Brand.Pink but I am beginning to shut that down as I focus on UCA. I received a BA in Music […]

  • The Student Record: Brittany, Communications Major

    Name: Brittany Russo Adams School/University: Brigham Young University – Idaho City/Location: Seattle, WA Major/Field of Study: Communications with an emphasis in Communications Management Marital status/children: Married with two children What led you to the program that you are currently pursuing or have completed? Why did you select this major or field of study? Please tell […]

  • Retirement Planning – Just the Basics

    by Jonyce Bullock, CPA Most people often don’t give much thought about saving for the future. Or they have given it a lot of thought, but haven’t known where to start so those thoughts have not yet become action. They haven’t decided which path to take because planning for the future can be overwhelming, intimidating, […]

  • Voices from the Past: Mary Leicht Oxborrow

    By Marie and Seth Oxborrow and Brooke Nelson Edwards In 1895, Mary Oxborrow found herself widowed when she was only 42 years old and with seven children. Five of them were still at home, and they ranged in age from 19 years old to just 16 months. Faced with the pressing need to support herself […]

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