Skip to main content

Alumni and Friends Directory

Lynn M. Stephens

Lynn M. Stephens

Title: Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Company: Mountain America Credit Union

Location: Orem, Utah

Educational Background:

M.B.A., Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University, 1988
B.S., Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, Utah State University

Huntsman School Interactions:

MSHR/SHRM Executive Lecture - Wednesday, September 25, 2013


Mr. Stephens was born in Salt Lake City and grew up in Ogden. He attended Weber State College and graduated cum laude from Utah State University with a bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning. After working for the US Department of Agriculture in the Forest Service for 6 years, he returned to school, obtaining a Masters in Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior from Brigham Young University in 1988.

He subsequently worked for IBM in multiple capacities including compensation, recruiting, human resource information systems, employee relations, and management while living in Austin, Texas and Somers, New York. He then worked for General Electric at GE Capital in Cincinnati, Ohio as a Human Resources Manager. He returned to Utah to work for Novell in Provo as a Human Resources Manager, and was subsequently promoted to worldwide Director of Training and Development, and finally worked as Director of Human Resources for North America.

In 2007, he began work for Mountain America Credit Union in West Jordan, Utah and is currently Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Internal Communications. In addition to work assignments, Lynn is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and holds a lifetime certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). He served on the Board of Directors for the Human Resources Association of Central Utah (HRACU) for several years, including serving as President in 2006.

He and his wife Karol live in Orem, Utah.


MSHR/SHRM Executive Lecture: September 25, 2013