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Leadership Team


Bryan S. Hubain, PhD (he/him/his)
Associate Vice President, Student Development and Inclusion
Union 270| Phone: (801) 585-9727

Dr. Hubain is a member of the Student Affairs Leadership Team and provides supervisory oversight to the Basic Needs Collective, Career & Professional Development Center, Financial Wellness Center, LGBT Resource Center, TRIO Program, Veterans Support Center, and Women's Resource Center. Dr. Hubain serves on various University committees, coordinates the ELP Graduate Assistant program, and co-chairs the Student Affairs Diversity Committee. 

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Kim Hall
Associate Director, Development
Union 270 | Phone: (801) 585-9729

Kim works closely with the Associate Vice President for Student Development and Inclusion to provide leadership for the development efforts for these initiatives within Student Affairs, across campus, and the larger community. 


Basic Needs Collective
Union Basement | Phone: (801) 581-5888

The Basic Needs Collective (BNC) functions as a space for student interaction, community development, and a coordinated exchange of information in order to promote wellness as a key to student success.


Stan Inman
Director, Career & Professional Development Center
SSB 350 | Phone: (801) 581-6186

The Career & Professional Development Center is here to support students and alumni by helping them design individualized life plans. The goal is to help students better understand who they are, what they want to do professionally, and what steps they need to take to get there.


Ann House
Director, Financial Wellness Center
Union 317 | Phone: (801) 585-7379

The Financial Wellness Center provides a competent and confidential atmosphere where students can have access to accredited counseling services, quality financial education and appropriate tools to achieve lifelong successful financial outcomes.


Clare Lemke, PhD (she/her/hers)
Director, LGBT Resource Center
Union 409 | Phone: (801) 587-7973

The goal of the Center is to provide resources, a safe environment for student interaction, and outreach programs that will educate the University community in regards to sexual orientation and gender identity. The Center has a media library, study lounge, and a number of computers. 


Maria Martinez
Director, TRIO
Union 60 | Phone: (801) 581-7188

The TRIO Programs include eight programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to post-baccalaureate programs.


Paul Morgan
Director, Veterans Support Center
Union 418 | Phone: (801) 587-7722

The VSC is a “one stop shop” for student veterans to find services, support, advocacy, and camaraderie. VSC services include VA educational benefits assistance, VA benefits and health services counseling, free computer and printing resources, free tutoring vouchers and peer support, as well as a lounge, study area, refreshments, and veterans’ events.


Kirstin Maanum
Interim Associate Director, Women's Resource Center
Union 411 | Phone: (801) 581-6402 

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) serves as the central resource for educational and support services for women.  Honoring the complexities of women’s identities, the WRC facilitates choices and changes through programs, counseling, and training grounded in a commitment to advance social justice and equality.  

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Samantha Eldridge (she/her/hers)
Executive Assistant
Union 270 | Phone: (801) 585-9727

Samantha serves as executive assistant to Dr. Bryan Hubain and provides support to Student Development and Inclusion team and various committees across campus. 

Last Updated: 11/9/21