Why Not Me?

Robbyn  Scribner works within the areas of development and grant writing for the Utah Women in Leadership Project at Utah Valley University. She holds a Master’s degree in English with an emphasis in composition and rhetoric from Brigham Young University, and a Bachelor’s degree (also from BYU) in European Studies. Robbyn specializes in promoting excellence in writing; she has […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Eva Tukuafa 

Eva Tukuafa University of Utah Department of Neurology, Clinical Program Manager/Social Worker University of Utah Briefly tell us about your academic/professional life:  Eva Tukuafu, MSW, LCSW is a clinical program manager and social worker in the Movement Disorder and Neuromuscular Divisions at the University of Utah, Department of Neurology. She joined the Department of Neurology […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Ally Isom 

Ally Isom Public Affairs B.A., Brigham Young University Briefly tell us about your academic/professional life:  I am passionate about making a difference. As the director of the Division of Family and Community Relations in the Public Affairs Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, my responsibilities include local business, interfaith and community […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- DeLaina Tonks

DeLaina Tonks Mountain Heights Academy – Director PhD in Instructional Psychology & Technology, Brigham Young University Briefly tell us about your academic/professional life:  DeLaina Tonks has been the director of Utah’s award-winning Mountain Heights Academy since 2009. Prior to leading Mountain Heights Academy, DeLaina taught high school French and Spanish, and worked as an instructional designer […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Jana Watts

Jana Watts Volunteer, Community Leader Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, University of Utah Briefly tell us about your academic/professional life: My primary career for the past 25 years has been raising my five wonderful children.  I have been a volunteer and taught ESL to federal inmates for the 17 of those years at Davis County Jail.  […]

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