Board Members


Kevin Walkenhurst, Class of 2011
Alumni Board President
Pharmacist, University of Utah Health

Anthony Trovato, Class of 2016
Board Member
Drug Information Pharmacist, University of Utah Health

Benson Sederholm, Class of 2005
Board Member
Clinical Pharmacist, Neurosciences at University Health Care

Lance Lindberg, Class of 2009
Board Member
Clinical Pharmacist, Intermountain Healthcare

Brenda Lawlor, Class of 2002
Board Member

Linda Sandberg, Class of 1976
Board Member
Pharmacist, Associated Foods

Richard Cox, Class of 2002
Board Member
Assistant Director, Inpatient Pharmacy Operations at Intermountain Medical Center

Richard Ensign, Class of 1990
Board Member
Pharmacy Manager, Intermountain Healthcare

Stephanie Barrus, Class of 2013 - Board Member
Pharmacy Supervisor, University of Utah Health

Tyler Faux, Class of 2007
Board Member
Pharmacy Manager, Harmons Grocery

Maria Lara
Staff Support/Secretary
Development Specialist

Want to serve on the board? Please send your request to our Development Specialist, Maria Lara, at , the Alumni Board President, Kevin Walkenhurst, will reach out to you as soon as possible.

From the Alumni Association Bylaws:
(Article III – Board of Directors)

There shall be a Board of Directors that will administer the affairs of this organization.  The Board of Directors shall consist of 9 to 15 members and only members of the Board of Directors shall have an official vote in Board decisions.  In addition to these Board members the Dean of the College of Pharmacy will be invited to have a seat on the Board to act in an advisory position and to report the activities of the College of Pharmacy.  The Dean may also invite one or two student representatives and any faculty representatives to attend Alumni Board meetings.

All terms of the Board of Directors shall be three years with approximately one-third of the Board retiring each year.  All Board of Directors will be invited to submit recommendations to the Executive Committee for new Board members.  All recommendations should be a written statement that includes, but not limited to, information about the person being considered and why that person would be an effective member of the Board. The Executive Committee would then select the final list of names and submit them to the Board of Directors.  A two-thirds vote by the Board of Directors is required for each new member of the Board. (The Executive Committee is defined under Article VII)


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