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Partnership Board

The College of Humanities Partnership Board is comprised of a distinguished volunteer corps of prominent College alumni and friends.
Established in 2004, the Partnership Board serves the college through its advice and involvement in a wide range of activities.

Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson
Former Mayor, Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, UT

Grant Bennett
President, CPS Technologies, Inc.
Belmont, MA

Cynthia Buckingham
Executive Director, Utah Humanities
Salt Lake City, UT

Catherine Burns
Human Resources Director, Gastronomy, Inc.
Salt Lake City, UT

Anthon S. Cannon, Jr.
Attorney, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
La Canada Flintridge, CA

Will Connelly
Connelly & Co. Architects
Salt Lake City, UT

Kate Conyers
Public Defender
Salt Lake Legal Defender Association
Salt Lake City, UT

Pastor France A. Davis
Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church
Salt Lake City, UT

David S. Dolowitz
Supervising Attorney & Manager
Dolowitz & Hunnicutt
Salt Lake City, UT

Anne M. Dolowitz
College of Humanities Alumna
Art Advocate & Connoisseur
Salt Lake City, UT

Martin Frey
Managing Partner, Mainsail Investments
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Kevin Knight
Chief Marketing Officer, Experticity
Oakland, CA

Carl Laurella, CFP, C(k)P
Managing Director
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Salt Lake City, UT

Kathryn Lindquist 
Trustee, The Nature Conservancy, Utah Chapter
Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities Advisory Board Member
Salt Lake City, UT 

Mark Higgs Matheson
Professor of English
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT

Michele Mattsson
Former Chair, U of U Board of Trustees
Salt Lake City, Utah

Leslie Miller
President, PrintWorks
Park City, UT

Joel Momberger
General Counsel, KNOD
Austin, TX

Gary J. Neeleman
President, Neeleman International Media Consulting
Sandy, UT

David Petersen
President, O. C. Tanner Company
Salt Lake City, UT

Amy Van Prooyen
Managing Partner, Van Prooyen Greenfield LLP
Yountville, CA

David Simmons
President and CEO, Simmons Media Group
Salt Lake City, UT

Joan Smith
Former Executive Director, The National Conference for Community and Justice
Salt Lake City, UT

Mary Tull
Former Director, Environmental Humanities Education Center
Salt Lake City, UT

Last Updated: 10/2/17