Life After Westminster
Your meaningful life only gets better as an alum. For the rest of your life, you'll have access to a deep and diverse network of faculty and fellow graduates. Explore the stories of some recent alum.
Meet Jess Roadman
Advocate. Womxn. Westminster alum.
Jess (MACL ’17) is passionate about connecting the powerful with the marginalized—helping those left out of the conversation to be heard. Short term, she is connecting Utah policy makers with those most impacted by their policies. Jess also works in community outreach, but her favorite part of her job is working with impoverished womxn in the community to examine issues they face in trying to find success and ways in which they can initiate conversations with those who hold power. Jess’s advocacy perfectly aligns with her adjunct teaching at Westminster. Her students inspire her to use her voice even when it isn’t easy—she refuses to be ignored.
Meet Amram Musungu
Kenyan. Presidential Candidate. Westminster alum.
Amram (’07, MAcc ’16) came to the US from Kenya with $50 and a dream of a college education. Back home, he was laughed at when he mentioned his dream, but he was determined to get a diploma. He began at the LDS Business College in 1998, then transferred to the University of Utah, but Westminster was where he ultimately belonged and where he finished his academic career. While his professional title is an auditor, Amram runs a nonprofit organization for individuals infected with HIV/AIDS, translates Swahili, participates in community outreach, and ran for the presidency in Kenya in 2017.
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