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Mark Erickson



Mark Erickson

Chair - USU Huntsman School of Business National Advisory Board

Title: Partner
Company: Tanner & Co.

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Brian Broadbent

Brian Broadbent

Huntsman School of Business: National Advisory Board
Title:  Managing Director
Company:  Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Location:  New York City, NY


BS, Finance,  Utah State University, 1993

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Brian Broadbent graduated from USU in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in finance and marketing. He works for Goldman Sachs as vice president of private wealth management for the Investment Management division. Mr. Broadbent’s wife, Natalie, is also a USU alum graduating with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in 1993. She currently works for the Buckley School in New York City.

Mr. and Mrs. Broadbent were recognized in 2009 by Utah State University with the Spirit of Old Main New Generation Award. Besides his membership on the National Advisory Board for the Huntsman School, Mr. Broadbent is a member of the USU Foundation Board, and he sits on the university's Investment Advisory Committee. His goal is to provide advice to the investment committee that will help USU move forward with an investment policy that produces higher returns for the endowment.

In 2006, Mr. and Mrs. Broadbent established the Brian and Natalie Broadbent Endowed Scholarship in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business to help students majoring in finance.

Related Huntsman News Articles

Aggies Score More at Goldman (Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Fall 2013)
Voice - Brian Broadbent (Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Spring 2013)
The Broadbents give back (Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Spring 2008)
Nearly 20 Huntsman School supporters inducted into Old Main Society (Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Spring 2008)