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As an MPA professor at BYU Marriott, Eva Witesman emphasizes to students the importance of unity with one another and the organizations they will work for.
Two weeks into his first semester at Brigham Young University, Aaron Scribner sustained severe facial injuries in a grisly zip-lining accident. Though his injuries altered his life for four months, the experience design and management (ExDM) student at the BYU Marriott School of Business overcame a steep recovery and found a renewed drive to positively impact others.
In order to help global supply chain management (GSCM) students prepare for the disasters they will respond to in the workforce, associate professor Barry Brewer invited Kathy Fulton, executive director of American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN), to run a disaster simulation at the BYU Marriott School of Business.
At the BYU Marriott School of Business, associate professor Taeya Howell prepares MBA students to be Christlike leaders when they enter the workforce.
As a BYU Marriott senior and a copresident in the Student Leadership Advisory Council, Grimaldo helps others find belonging by leaning on the lessons he learned growing up.
Art student Laurel Galli-Graves never imagined working as a data scientist for the Department of Defense. But her time in the MPA program helped her combine her artistic creativity, passion for public service, and love of analytics and machine learning to help further the public good.

Twenty years ago, Ian Wright learned the value of a good mentor. Now, as the finance program director and an assistant professor, he strives to encourage students to be the best in everything they do.
Love of learning has propelled Brenna Porter to transition from elementary education to the MBA program.
At the yearly BYU ROTC presidential review, Brig. Gen. Derek O’Malley was presented with the 2023 Patriot Award for his dedication to the values of duty, honor, country, God, and family.
Teaching professor for the Romney Institute of Public Service and Ethics Aaron Miller teaches students that future business leaders should focus less on climbing the corporate ladder and more on creating a positive impact in the world.

Senator Mitt and Ann Romney shared their career and family experiences with MPA students.
Senior Kirsten Keith has embraced the BYU Marriott marketing program’s emphasis on community.
Information systems professors at BYU have created a technology using JavaScript that can detect online identity fraud simply by measuring interaction behaviors like keystroke speed.
BYU Marriott School of Business honored John E. Waldron, the president and COO of Goldman Sachs, with the 2023 International Executive of the Year Award.
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Huddle up: the third and final piece in Marriott Alumni Magazine's preparedness series looks at community preparedness.
From a young age, Melissa Larson developed a love of reading and learning, and set the goal of graduating from a university. However, as the first person in her family to pursue higher education, she wasn’t sure what it would take to achieve her goal.
You could say that Gerald “Jerry” Petersen earned his master’s degree in marketing from BYU because he loved to sing.
Global supply chain student Bryson Schellenberg spent a year in Germany, where he connected with people from all over the world.
BYU Marriott’s Management Communication 320 course helps shape students into powerful presenters and storytellers, which impacts their trajectories.
Voluntourism is an attractive option for those who want to immerse themselves in new cultures while making a difference. It’s a lucrative industry but not all experiences are beneficial across the board.
Flexibility is the key to success for Lulu Gilbert, a Student Leadership Advisory Council (SLAC) copresident and accounting student at BYU Marriott.
Awarded a BYU Homecoming 2023 Alumni Achievement Award, MBA alum Christopher Clason explained how inspired leaders create value in their professional and personal lives.