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Lacey Krout graduated from BYUH in 2012. She ran for Coach Kaluhiokalani’s teams during her four years at BYUH, all of which she made the All Conference Team and qualified for the NCAA DII National Championship. In 2017, she qualified for the USA Olympic Trials in the Marathon. Read Full Story
Alumni Updates
Lyndon Hansen
Lyndon poses with his wife and two daughters
Graduated: 2012
From: USA
Recently purchase our first Hotel investment in Farmington, Nm. It is a 96 room hotel with a restaurant, dance bar hall and meeting areas. We are also partnering with a team to purchase an apartment complex in Cincinnati and Florida. I currently help with asset management on additional hotels and apartments. Looking to connect with multi family and hospitality groups.
Matthew Phillips
Matthew poses with his wife.
Graduated: 2004
From: USA
After working in Europe for three years, I recently moved to New York where I'm continuing my practice with a major firm as an attorney in white collar defense and investigations. I work with corporations and global financial institutions in the United States and Europe on investigations and compliance matters.
Anaseini Tabuto Iotebatu
Anaseini Tabuto Iotebatu graduating
Graduated: 2016
From: Tonga
Won an Australia Awards Scholarship to pursue a Master in Climate Change in the Australian National University in Canberra. Following my return from Brigham Young University I worked in an organisation to build the resilience of communities in my home country towards the impacts of Climate change. This open doors for me to work with government Ministries and implement activities in the grassroots level. Part of my role was to liaise with internal and external stakeholders to plan and run response plan toward the community and to present results. Not only that but my experiences in community projects has taken me to attend national and regional workshops and training. The national structure for managing disasters in Tonga sat with the National Emergency Response Committee which consists CEOs of ministries and I represent my secretary general in that committee by attending, reporting and liaising back and forth concerning the discussed issue(s). It was like I constantly learning not only from these processes but from others as well. I enjoyed it! It is so satisfying to learn as much as I could to help my people.
Kristine Coleman
Kristine Coleman with her husband in front of cathedral.
Graduated: 2010
From: United Kingdom
Originally from Seattle, WA, after leaving BYUH I did a masters in International Accounting in London, UK and then spent 5 years working for the Church in Germany doing tax and financial compliance for 20 countries during which time I got 2 postgraduate qualifications through CIMA and got married after meeting my husband at a YSA convention in Bristol (those things work!) and dating long-distance (he lived in the UK and I lived in Germany). We moved back to the UK just over a year ago when I started working for an international law firm in their in-house tax team. I've used my experience working in Church finance to help my bishopric get ward finances sorted out and help them prepare for stake audits. I'm about to embark on my 3rd postgraduate qualification - Chartered Tax Advisor. When I've finished next year, I will be Kristine Coleman, BSc, MSc, ACMA, CGMA, CTA!

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