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Student Alumni Association is about bridging the gaps. Our aim is to make the BYU experience well-rounded—thinking and continuing beyond our academic experience by connecting with and creating opportunities between students and alumni. 

  • Becoming leaders.  We believe that an important part of the BYU experience is learning how to be be a leader in the present and the future.
  • Finding mentors.  We see the value in helping students make meaningful connections with BYU Alumni. So, we’re here to help you do that. Want to connect with a scientist, photographer, dentist, lawyer, or professional cookie baker? We're that connector.
  • Serving the community.  We help students give back to the BYU community while here, as well as in the future through various events and year-round programs.

Executive Board
The Student Alumni Executive Board is made up of six student members. These officers constitute the governing board of the Student Alumni Association, and with the Alumni Relations advisor over Student Alumni are charged with forwarding the organization’s vision and mission.

 

Brady Nash
President

Brady Nash is a junior from Salt Lake City, Utah studying Electrical Engineering.  After graduation, he plans to pursue graduate studies by earning a Juris Doctorate and/or a Master's in Business Administration.  Brady served a mission in Oslo, Norway, where he gained an appreciation for Scandinavian culture, and particularly, Norwegian chocolate.  Brady has always enjoyed serving and helping others.  Attending BYU is a dream come true for Brady.  In his spare time, Brady can often be found reading, snow or water skiing, competing in triathlons, and spending time with his family.  Student Alumni has given Brady the opportunity to continue to express his love for service and to give back to BYU.  Brady is excited for the opportunity he has this year to work with both students and alumni in creating memories that will last a lifetime.

 

James Belyeu
Communications Vice President of Publicity

James Belyeu is a sophomore from Johns Creek, Ga double majoring in Marketing and German. He enjoys traveling, tennis, and spending time with his friends.  After graduation, he plans to pursue a career in international business. Before attending BYU in the fall of 2015, James worked for six years with a nationwide retail company as a merchandiser and buyer. James looks forward to applying the marketing techniques and skills acquired in this capacity to the Student Alumni organization this year.  James has been involved with Student Alumni since his second month of school last year and is excited to continue his involvement in building the alumni brand, strengthening campus dynamics, and developing lifelong skills and relationships with fellow students.

 

Sarah Lyman
Programs Vice President of Professional Development

Sarah Lyman is a junior this year and is studying Finance.  She is from an Air Force family, currently living in Biloxi, Mississippi.  As a result of all of her moving growing up, she has found a love for real estate and after graduation, plans to pursue a career in property development. Sarah served a mission in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she gained a love for living simply and hot chocolate, as well as an appreciation for faith everywhere. Sarah has always had a passion for getting to know people and an interest in their success and unique paths. She is an avid advocate of Student Alumni and how it helps fulfill BYU’s mission of individual preparedness and progression. When she isn’t in the office you may find her hiking, biking, reading, or, most likely, making new friends!

 

Mary Pingree
Programs Vice President of Traditions

Mary Pingree is a junior at BYU studying Public Health. After graduation, she plans to continue her education through pursuing a Nursing degree and/or Master’s in Hospital Administration. Mary served a mission in Seattle, WA, where she grew a fondness for the Spanish culture and people. She is currently interning at a local nonprofit health organization, Community Health Connect, and finds fulfillment and joy in serving the underprivileged community of Utah County. Her Student Alumni experience began as a Freshmen when she helped lead the campus-wide Food Drive. Since then, she has continued to stay connected through helping with other programs and as a Student Alumni employee. Mary is passionate about making new friends, playing the violin, hiking, black licorice, and spending quality time with her family at their cabin. She hopes to make a meaningful contribution to this great student organization.

 

Cameron Greenburg
Programs Vice President of Philanthropies

Cameron Greenburg is a senior from Atlanta, Georgia studying Accounting. After he graduates in April, Cameron plans to work in the field of Management Consulting. Cameron served an LDS mission in Samara, Russia and during his time there met his wife, Maddy. Cameron interned at a local start-up company this past summer. Cameron’s hobbies are soccer, spending quality time with friends and family, serving others, speed-math drills, reading, playing piano, and singing in the shower. He is emphatic about BYU’s mission, bleeds blue, and loves the sound of a cougar roaring. Cameron has served for a total of three years with Student Alumni in various capacities and is passionate about helping students. This year, as the Student Alumni Vice President over philanthropy, Cameron looks forward to increasing involvement of students in giving back to BYU.

 

Hannah Bonner
Communications Vice President of Outreach

Hannah Bonner is a senior studying geology.  She has a passion for learning and experiencing new things.  In particular, Hannah loves the natural world and anticipates a life path that will enable her to continue exploring exotic locations and serving diverse peoples.  Accordingly, she plans to pursue a PhD following graduation.  In the meantime, you’ll find her hiking, reading, traveling, or searching for the best chocolate dessert.  Hannah is passionate about the mission of BYU Student Alumni and the opportunities it provides for students to look beyond themselves.  This year, she is excited to daily apply her best efforts, creativity, and communications experience in forging connections for good.