Mountainland Technical College

Opening Institute 2022

Schedule

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8:15 AM
Welcome: President Christensen & Trustee Jeremy Hafen
Grand Ballroom
8:30 AM
Keynote Speaker: Scott Jeffrey Miller
Grand Ballroom
10:30 AM
Group Photo
Grand Ballroom
10:45 AM
Break
11:00 AM
Breakout Session
Cedar, Amphitheater, or Aspen
11:30 AM
Move to next Breakout
11:35 AM
Breakout Session
Cedar, Amphitheater, or Aspen
12:05 PM
Lunch
1:05 PM
Breakout Session
Cedar, Amphitheater, or Aspen
1:35 PM
Move to Department Meeting
Healthcare Faculty
Ampitheater Room
Trades Faculty
Aspen Room
Technology Faculty
Cedar Room
Apprenticeship Faculty
Elm Room
Facilities & Finance
Juniper Room
Human Resources
Olympus Room
Student Services
Birch Room
College Relations
Executive Boardroom
2:40 PM
Break – Move to Ballroom
2:50 PM
Closing Remarks with President Christensen
Grand Ballroom
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Tables 1-12
Facilitator: Maile Richardson
11:00am – 11:30am
Breakout Session #1: Management Stress – Coping Skills for Good Mental Health
Brooke Bumgardner
Cedar
11:35am – 12:05pm
Breakout Session #2: How to Create a Positive Company Culture
Vanessa Perez & Amy Rawlinson
Amphitheater
1:05pm – 1:35pm
Breakout Session #3: Why Your Why
Marlon Lindsay
Aspen
Tables 13-25
Facilitator: Joseph Demma
11:00am – 11:30am
Breakout Session #1: How to Create a Positive Company Culture
Vanessa Perez & Amy Rawlinson
Amphitheater
11:35am – 12:05pm
Breakout Session #2: Why Your Why
Marlon Lindsay
Aspen
1:05pm – 1:35pm
Breakout Session #3: Management Stress – Coping Skills for Good Mental Health
Brooke Bumgardner
Cedar
Tables 26 -38
Facilitator: Becky Fenton
11:00am – 11:30am
Breakout Session #1: Why Your Why
Marlon Lindsay
Aspen
11:35am – 12:05pm
Breakout Session #2: Management Stress – Coping Skills for Good Mental Health
Brooke Bumgardner
Cedar
1:05pm – 1:35pm
Breakout Session #3: How to Create a Positive Company Culture
Vanessa Perez & Amy Rawlinson
Amphitheater
Time
Event
Location
8:15 AM
Welcome: President Christensen & Trustee Jeremy Hafen
Grand Ballroom
8:30 AM
Keynote Speaker: Scott Jeffrey Miller
Grand Ballroom
10:30 AM
Group Photo
Grand Ballroom
10:45 AM
Break
11:00 AM
Breakout Session
Cedar, Amphitheater, or Aspen
11:30 AM
Move to next Breakout
11:35 AM
Breakout Session
Cedar, Amphitheater, or Aspen
12:05 PM
Lunch
1:05 PM
Breakout Session
Cedar, Amphitheater, or Aspen
1:35 PM
Move to Department Meeting
Healthcare Faculty
Ampitheater Room
Trades Faculty
Aspen Room
Technology Faculty
Cedar Room
Apprenticeship Faculty
Elm Room
Facilities & Finance
Juniper Room
Human Resources
Olympus Room
Student Services
Birch Room
College Relations
Executive Boardroom
2:40 PM
Break – Move to Ballroom
2:50 PM
Closing Remarks with President Christensen
Grand Ballroom
Table
Time
Event
Presenter
Location
Tables 1-10
Facilitator: Maile Richardson
11:00am – 11:30am
Breakout Session #1: Management Stress – Coping Skills for Good Mental Health
Brooke Bumgardner
Cedar
11:35am – 12:05pm
Breakout Session #2: How to Create a Positive Company Culture
Vanessa Perez & Amy Rawlinson
Amphitheater
1:05pm – 1:35pm
Breakout Session #3: Why Your Why
Marlon Lindsay
Aspen
Tables 11-20
Facilitator: Joseph Demma
11:00am – 11:30am
Breakout Session #1: How to Create a Positive Company Culture
Vanessa Perez & Amy Rawlinson
Amphitheater
11:35am – 12:05pm
Breakout Session #2: Why Your Why
Marlon Lindsay
Aspen
1:05pm – 1:35pm
Breakout Session #3: Management Stress – Coping Skills for Good Mental Health
Brooke Bumgardner
Cedar
Tables 21 -30
Facilitator: Becky Fenton
11:00am – 11:30am
Breakout Session #1: Why Your Why
Marlon Lindsay
Aspen
11:35am – 12:05pm
Breakout Session #2: Management Stress – Coping Skills for Good Mental Health
Brooke Bumgardner
Cedar
1:05pm – 1:35pm
Breakout Session #3: How to Create a Positive Company Culture
Vanessa Perez & Amy Rawlinson
Amphitheater

Speakers

Scott Jeffrey Miller

Keynote Speaker: From Management Mess to Leadership Success

Senior Advisor on Thought Leadership, FranklinCovey

Marlon Lindsay

Breakout Session: Why Your Why

Founder/CEO, 21stCentEd.

Brooke Bumgardner

Breakout Session: Managing Stress - Coping Skills for Good Mental Health

Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Jeremy Hafen

President, Clyde Companies

Vanessa Machin Perez

Breakout Session: How to Create a Positive Company Culture

Community Relations Manager, Texas Instruments, Lehi Fab Utah

Amy Gray Rawlinson, PHR

Breakout Session: How to Create a Positive Company Culture

Organizational Development Program Manager, Texas Instruments, Lehi Fab Utah

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MTECH Years of Service

5 Years

Joseph Demma
Kelly Stone
Ronald Hathcock
Hunter Reynolds
Kandice Johnson
Perla Ferron
James Monsen
Ryan Davis
Jake Wells

David Marley
Jason Faga
Cami Baker
Richard Hickock
Glen Foster
Aaron Timothy
Ashtyn Draper
Steven Cooke
Courtney Bleyle

10 Years

Keven Cottle
Anthony Carrino
Blair Belone

15 Years

Clay Christensen
Sharilyn Eldredge
Kathy Hall
Jennifer Gibson
Ryon Price
Barbara Miner
Gordon Reynolds

20 Years

Judy Telfer

25 Years

Cindy Bradford
Jason Pugh
Marlece Anderson

30 Years

Holly Peterson

Scott Jeffrey Miller
Senior Advisor on Thought Leadership, FranklinCovey

Capping a twenty-five-year career in which he served as chief marketing officer and executive vice president, Scott Miller is currently FranklinCovey’s senior advisor on thought leadership, leading the strategy, development, and publication of the firm’s bestselling books on. 

Miller hosts the FranklinCovey-sponsored On Leadership with Scott Miller, the world’s largest and fastest-growing weekly leadership podcast. Miller also authors a leadership column for Inc.com, and hosted the weekly iHeart Radio show Great Life, Great Career. 

Miller is the author of the multivolume Mess to Success series, including Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would Follow, Marketing Mess to Brand Success, and the forthcoming Job Mess to Career Success (January 2022). He is the coauthor of the Wall Street Journal bestseller Everyone Deserves a Great Manager: The 6 Critical Practices for Leading a Team and the author of Master Mentors: 30 Transformative Insights from Our Greatest Minds, which features insights from his interviews with the leading thinkers of our time, including Seth Godin, Susan Cain, Stedman Graham, Stephen M.R. Covey, Liz Wiseman, General Stanley McChrystal, and many others. 

In addition to supporting FranklinCovey’s global thought leadership efforts, Miller has developed the ignite your genius™ coaching series to help leaders take their careers from accidental to deliberate. He also hosts FranklinCovey’s Bookclub.com series with world-renowned authors. Prior to his roles as chief marketing officer and executive vice.

Prior to his roles as chief marketing officer and executive vice president of business development, Scott served as general manager and client partner in FranklinCovey’s Chicago and UK offices. As a highly sought-after speaker and podcast guest, he has presented to hundreds of audiences across every industry and loves to share his unique journey as an unfiltered leader thriving in today’s highly filtered corporate culture.

Miller began his professional career in 1992 with the Disney Development Company (the real estate development division of Walt Disney Company) as a founding member of the development team that designed the town of Celebration, Florida. Miller and his wife live in Salt Lake City, Utah, with their three sons.

Marlon Lindsay
Founder/CEO, 21stCentEd.

Marlon is a business leader and writer who is committed to helping people reach their full potential. He believes that the stewardship of our young is a biological imperative and thus our ultimate priority. He pursues this priority daily with his own six children and his work as Founder and CEO of 21stCentEd.

He is a thought leader in STEM education where he leads 21stCentEd in partnering with school districts and their communities to launch comprehensive STEM initiatives to capitalize advancements in artificial intelligence, automation, robotics and other emerging technologies. He works towards the imperative of getting students ready for a STEM-centric economy through public/private partnerships in education for talent development, workforce development, and the economic development of 21st-century communities. 

Born in Jamaica, Marlon immigrated to the United States at the formative age of thirteen. He grew up in Connecticut, where he earned his undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Connecticut. He furthered his learning the training in business development, leadership, and financial management at Wharton, Columbia and Tuck. He is an author of the bestseller, STEM Century, It Takes a Village to Raise a 21st-Century Graduate, and Reminder to Self, The Eight Life Principles for Living from Your Truest Self. 

Marlon is the father of six children and lives in Utah with his wife Amanda.

Brooke Bumgardner
Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Brooke Bumgardner is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and currently working at a private practice in Lehi. Brooke has experience in secondary education and was formerly an academic and career counselor at Mountainland Technical College. Brooke is passionate about teaching coping skills and ways to manage your thoughts and feelings so you can be your best self!

Jeremy Hafen
President, Clyde Companies

Jeremy Hafen is president of Clyde Companies where he oversees all the operations. Prior to his current role, he served as president of Sunroc, president of Sunpro, and as vice president of Administrative Services for Clyde Companies. Jeremy joined the company in 2004. He’s currently serving as the MTech Board Vice Chair and previously served as the chair of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce. 

Jeremy graduated from Brigham Young University, where he earned a master’s degree in accounting.

He currently lives in Springville, Utah, with his wife, Camille, and their seven children. Jeremy enjoys spending time with his family. 

Vanessa Machin Perez
Community Relations Manager, Texas Instruments, Lehi Fab Utah

Vanessa Machin Perez is the Community Relations Manager at Texas Instrument ’s semiconductor manufacturing facility in Lehi Utah known as LFAB ’’. 

Vanessa launched her semiconductor career in 2018 when she joined the IM Flash team as a Senior Recruiter. Soon after the site’s transition to Micron in 2019 she was promoted to Program Manager with the Talent Branding team. In 2020, Vanessa was joined t he senior leadership team as the External Relations Manager , Micron serving as the liaison for community, academic and government relations in Utah. 

In her role with Texas Instruments, Vanessa leads community, academic and government relations in Utah , and works closely with the site’s community involvement team and United Way team to advise, guide and support TI’s volunteering and philanthropic giving programs and initiatives. Her mission is to ensure that TI is a company that we are proud to work for and would want as our neighbor ”. 

Vanessa has a genuine passion for meeting and connecting people to accomplish remarkable things. She is a natural at engaging with and influencing audiences and brings four decades of unique expertise in recruiting, career consulting, entrepreneurial ventu res, innovative product design, film produc ing and executive leader ship in the long distance passenger rail industry. She is also a published author having produced four military history books. 

Vanessa served 23 years with the Australian Defence Force more than 19 years within Special Operations Command . She is married to retired US Marine William Perez. They live in Lehi with their darling 1 2 year old son, Henry. She is always ready to share her career readiness and professional branding expertis e as a give back to her community with a focus on transitioning military and military spouses . 

Vanessa serves on multiple committees and boards in Utah including: Board of Trustees, Mountainland Technical College Board of Trustees Intermountain Health U tah County Philanthropic Board; Board of Directors, United Way of U tah County the STEM Action Center the STEM Coalition Utah County B oar d of Directors Women of the World ; Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce ; Point of the Mountain Chamber of Commerc e; Lehi City Sustainability Committee; University of Utah International Advisory Board and the Utah Valley University Engineering Building Board.

Amy Gray Rawlinson, PHR
Organizational Development Program Manager, Texas Instruments, Lehi Fab Utah

Amy Gray Rawlinson leads the Organizational Development programs at Texas Instrument’s semiconductor manufacturing facility in Lehi Utah—known as ‘LFAB’. 

Amy graduated from Utah State University and has over 30 years of Human Resources (HR) experience—and has worked in every aspects of HR functions from: recruiting, HR business partner, community relations, academic relations, government relations, executive coaching and training and development. She found her passion in Organizational Development and Leadership Development, and has supported LFAB and the executive leadership team for the past 15 years. 

She has been responsible for developing Leaders and shaping and building the positive culture at Micron Technology, IM Flash Technologies and is currently leading the strategy for Organizational Development with Texas Instruments in Lehi. 

Amy is a Certified Leadership Coach and is an influencing counsel to guide leaders through all aspects of growth to ensure we make our site a ‘great place to work’ where everyone can succeed and be their best. 

Outside of work, Amy loves to travel and is up for just about anything ‘outdoors’ from skiing, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and swimming. She is most proud of her amazing husband Dave and their four over-achieving children, 3 daughter-in-law’s and 3 beautiful grandchildren.