Nearly 20 Huntsman School supporters inducted into Old Main Society
Nearly half of the people recently inducted into the Old Main Society were people who have connections to the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. To become a member of the Old Main Society, a donor's lifetime giving to Utah State University must have reached a total of $25,000 or more.
The most recent inductees include:
W.A. "Bill" Adams and Cynthia H. Adams. Bill, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in languages and philosophy in 1980, is a member of the National Advisory Board for the Huntsman School of Business. Cindy Adams graduated from the University of Phoenixwith a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1984 and a master's degree in organizational behavior in 1988. Bill is the CEO and co-founder of Maxcomm, Inc., an international consulting firm. Cindy is a partner at Maxcomm and is also an author and speaker. They have supported the Huntsman School by funding scholarships and they've also given to Athletics at USU.
Mary McAllister Bold and C. Mark Bold. Mary, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics in 1969, is president of Inline Plans, Inc., a San Francisco-based company that provides services in qualified benefits plan design, administration and record keeping. Mark, who got a bachelor's degree from Washington and Lee University, is the executive vice president and deputy COO of Fimat USA, LLC, a global brokerage organization. The couple has supported scholarships and programs at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business and have also supported the Kermit L. and Phyllis A. Hall Inaugural Student Scholarship.
Brian Broadbent and Natalie Broadbent. Brian graduated from USU in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in finance and marketing. Natalie graduated in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. Brian works for Goldman Sachs and Natalie has taught at the Buckley School in New York City. They have established the Brian R. and Natalie I. Broadbent Endowment at the Huntsman School.
Charles William "Bill" Bullen Jr. and Margaret M. Bullen. Bill graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics in 1965 and master's degree in economics in 1968 from USU. Margaret earned a bachelor's degree in English in 1966 from USU. Bill is president of Bullen's, Inc., and active in the community, serving on the Logan Regional Hospital Board, the Rotary Club and as a member of the National Ski Patrol organization. Margaret is the contract manager for the Community Abuse Prevention Services Agency. Jeffrey D. Clark and Bonnie J. Clark. Jeff earned his degree in accounting in 1982. Bonnie got a bachelor's degree from Weber State University in education. Jeff is the chairman and CEO of J.D. Clark & Company, the managing member of Praesideo Management, LLC, and the chief investment officer of the Praesideo Funds. Bonnie is an executive board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Weber County and the co-chair of Utah's Junior Miss. They have contributed to support the Huntsman School and its School of Accountancy.
Mike Connelly. Mike earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1960. He is the vice president for Southwest Securities in Dallas, Texas. He has contributed to the Huntsman School of Business, the North End Zone Project and the Big Blue Scholarship Fund.
Scott G. Davis and Catherine B. Davis. Scott attended USU and received a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah in 1977. Cathie received a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah in early education in 1977. Scott is the president and founder of Mountain West Small Business Finance of Salt Lake City. He is also on the National Advisory Board of the Huntsman School of Business. Cathie is the insurance supervisor for Mountain West Small Business Finance. They have given to Athletics, the Big Blue Scholarship Fund and the Huntsman School.
Gary B. Hansen and Helen U. Hansen. Gary graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics in 1957 and a master's degree in economics in 1963. Helen graduated with a degree in English and American studies in 1988. Gary was a professor of economics at Utah State for 31 years and worked extensively as a consultant to the United States government, the International Labor Organization and other international organizations. Gary's father, Clarence James Hansen, designed and built the symbol of becoming a true Aggie, the "A," as a student in 1917. Gary and Helen, who graduated with honors, have given personal and family papers to the Merrill-Cazier Library's special collections and archives.
W. Brent and Bev Robinson. Brent earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering when he graduated from USU in 1966. He is now president and founder of RobinCo & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in serving the financial services industry. Bev attended Boise State University and graduated from Fullerton State College where she earned a bachelor's degree in marketing. She has worked extensively in the non-profit sector and was the director of the Laguna Beach, California, Chamber of Commerce. The couple created an endowed scholarship which will support graduate students in the newly created joint master's program in electrical engineering and business.
Brent S. Sandberg and Allyson K. Sandberg. Brent received bachelor's and master's degrees in accounting in 1986 from Utah State University. Allyson earned an associate's degree in 1984. Brent worked for Ernst & Young and is now a shareholder and officer of Jones Simpkins, P.C. Allyson worked in retail and as an accounting clerk. She now volunteers at local schools as a reading tutor and physical education specialist. They joined the Old Main Society in recognition of an honorary gift given in their name to the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business.