Brannon Ayres; family nurse practitioner track; Orem, UT.

Sandi Burkinshaw; family nurse practitioner track; Central Utah Surgical Center; Saratoga Springs, UT. Sandi enjoys running in marathons and keeping up with her two children.

Jana Burningham; family nurse practitioner track; Genola, UT.

Julie Cope; family nurse practitioner track; Sacramento, CA. Julie was the recipient of the BYU Graduate Research Fellowship and the Elaine R. Dyer Research Grant in Spring 2015. After graduation she plans to pursue additional post-graduate study and care for underserved, vulnerable populations.

Sophia Galgiani (BS ’11); family nurse practitioner track; RN, Timpanogos Regional Hospital; Provo, UT.

Leslie Huggins; family nurse practitioner track; Lehi, UT.

Levi Kohler; family nurse practitioner track; Lehi, UT.

Nicole Lamoreaux CCRN; family nurse practitioner track; RN, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC), Cardiovascular ICU; Orem, UT.

BYU’s Family Nurse Practitioner program is providing a high quality education and is effectively preparing me for my future career as an FNP.

Jeremy Ratliff; family nurse practitioner track; Spanish Fork, UT.

Sarah Roberts (BS ’11); family nurse practitioner track; Provo, UT.

Sarah Stocksdale (BS ’11); family nurse practitioner track; RN, Timpanogos Regional Hospital pediatrics; Orem, UT.

Chris Williams; family nurse practitioner; ER trauma nurse, Intermountain Medical Center (IMC); Saratoga Springs, UT. Chris was a hospital corpsman for the U.S. Navy for eight  years, and currently enjoys running, camping, hiking, fly fishing, and hunting.

Arwen York; family nurse practitioner track; RN, Primary Children’s Hospital (PCH); South Jordan, UT. Prior to starting the graduate program, Arwen was a CNA for four years, and worked as an RN for five years in adjult med/surg and pediatric nursing. She was the 2011 Utah Valley University College of Science and Health valedictorian. She and her husband, Garett, have been married six years and have two cats. Arwen enjoys reading and going on vacations to Disneyland with her husband. 

Maren Zaro; family nurse practitioner track; Provo, UT.

Megan Zitting (BS ’09); family nurse practitioner track; RN, Timpanogos Regional Hospital; Provo, UT.

BYU has some of the greatest quality instructors I could ever imagine having! Not only are they so knowledgeable, but they go out of their way to help teach difficult concepts.

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