Profiles

BYU grads ‘go forth to serve’ with Salt Lake City-based nonprofit

After graduating with a bachelor's degree in marketing in 2014, Christensen went to work for Humanitarian Experience for Youth, a Salt-Lake-based organization that provides international service trips for youth more commonly known as HEFY. After three years of working there as a program director, she founded Youth Refugee Coalition as a sister organization to HEFY.

Domo chief takes unconventional path to build his firm and Silicon...

BYU alumnus and Domo CEO Josh James is one of the visionaries behind Silicon Slopes, the cluster of technology startups that started in Utah County. He also started a nonprofit organization now supports tech entrepreneurs statewide.

Student navigates motherhood, obesity and leans into serving others

Rachel Berry said she has always felt an innate calling that she was destined to be a mother. She has struggled with obesity and faced adversity but is determined to pursue this dream of hers.

Utah actress describes fame, criticism as a Church celebrity

Actress Monica Moore Smith addressed the challenge of becoming a celebrity within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Business student pushes past family struggles

Ashley Howe was just a few days old when she was left on the doorstep of an orphanage in Nan Jing, China. After she was adopted by an American family living in Portland, Howe said her entire life has been proving to herself, her parents and her peers that she will never stop fighting for success.

Sisters share their journey to musical success

Olivia Bray said she can’t remember the first song she ever wrote.