BYU nursing alumni Kimberly Foote works as a labor and delivery nurse by day and spends her extra time volunteering for the nonprofit Days For Girls, creating feminine hygiene kits to help girls around the world.
When Megan Masako Haley stepped on stage at the age of 14 to play her first lead role as Anne in “Anne of Green Gables,” something clicked. Haley realized then and there that performing was her passion and Broadway was her goal.
Brigitte Dautel immigrated to the United States in 1952 after escaping World War II in Germany. She characterizes her life by faith, hard work and a love for the freedom.
Navajo man James Singer is running against Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah for the U.S. Senate in 2018.
Students for International Development is most known for its impact on the community through the Hunger Banquet, but it has worked for the past 30 years to provide a variety of experiences in development for its club members.
Longtime Provo resident and retired BYU Communications professor, Raymond Beckham, donated Rec Center pool parties for all Provo elementary students in 3rd through 6th grades for his 90th birthday.