I am currently a senior in the Public Relations program at Brigham Young University. I am the Associate Director of Inside Sales at Property Solutions Inc. where I manage our lead generation and opportunity development division under the supervision of our company's Co-President. I manage 12 employees and am responsible for the business development and continued outreach to our publics and potential clients on behalf of our sales department.
I am also a reporter for BYU's newspaper, The Universe, which is a weekly publication. I cover healthy living and races/marathons. My writing and reporting ranges from preview, feature, profile, re-cap and informational stories within Utah County.
I thoroughly enjoy working in an efficient and timely manner and leading others to do the same. I have enjoyed working with the staff of the Universe in covering stories that are relevant and exciting to our readers.
I have always been a hard working, self-motivated people-person. I have am very much goal oriented and seek to strive for the greatest success in any position I have ever been offered. I've been privileged to be a part of some great companies, namely Property Solutions Inc.
Provo and Freedom Festival officials have been hosting the city's Freedom Run for more than half a century. The run offers a family-friendly event for runners of all ages. This year's event was held in Kiwanis Park, where runners could participate in the one-mile, five-kilometer or 10-kilometer courses.
Zion National Park continues to secure a top spot in attendance among the country's national parks while offering a variety of activities to visitors of all nationalities and ages. The park is located in an oasis-like valley that's carved in the red rock canyons by the winding Virgin River.
A team: the idea that each member carries their weight in order to bring about the success of the whole. While the masses generally think of organized sports, namely football, basketball and baseball as ideal team sports, Ragnar Relays would like to throw its name into the mix.
Hundreds of runners gathered at Lakeside Sports Park in Orem on Saturday for the Pound the Pavement for Parenthood run to help raise money for couples suffering from infertility. Established in 2010, Pound the Pavement for Parenthood is a non-profit organization that helps couples who suffer from infertility raise money for treatments with the hope...
Organizers from the Provo South Stake hosted the second annual Temple-To-Temple 5k Walk and Run on Thursday for Pioneer Day. The run, in only its second year, drew more than 7,500 participants. The Provo South Stake High Council first organized the event last Pioneer Day.
Running fanatics lend their advice on which trails to run and running events to attend in Utah Valley. For those tired of pounding a treadmill or hearing whistles and lame pickup lines as they run down the streets of Provo, the solution is to get off the beaten path and explore the beauty surrounding the valley.