Interviews with influential leaders talking about moral and ethical leadership. Produced by the BYU Management Society (Salt Lake Chapter)
Justin is currently the Head of Mental Performance for the Tampa Bay Rays. They just finished the season American League Champions and lost to the Dodgers in the World Series.
In addition to working In Major League Baseball, Justin’s clients perform in the NFL, WWE, PGA, MLB, NCAA, the U.S. Army and Google.
He is the author of two books: "Parent Pep Talks: The 10 Must Have Mental Skills Your Child Must Have to Succeed in Sports, School, and Life" and, "Mentally Tough Teens: Developing the Winning Mindset".
Justin hosts a daily podcast called, "Increase Your Impact” that just eclipsed 6 million downloads.
He and his wife Melissa have 3 kids and they reside in Florida.
Michael Dunn is the Managing Director of BYU Broadcasting in Provo, Utah, where he oversees the nationwide operations of the BYUtv and BYUradio networks.
He previously served as the General Manager of KUED Channel 7 (PBS) in Salt Lake City. Prior to his public television experience he founded and operated Dunn Communications, Inc, a Salt Lake City advertising agency and film production company for 16 years. Among his peer distinctions are a gold and silver medal from the New York Film Festival and four CLIOs--an award considered the “Oscar” of the advertising industry. He also garnered two Emmy nominations–one of which earned the Emmy Award for public service in 1992 from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Michael spent 13 years as a senior writer and producer for Bonneville Communications where he worked on the highly-acclaimed Homefront campaign for the LDS Church, and Fotheringham & Associates (now Richter 7). He
began his career as a freelance print journalist and later moved to the broadcast side working in radio and television as a reporter and producer for KUTV (NBC) in Salt Lake City. Dunn graduated from the University of Utah where he earned a B.S. in Jounrnalism and Mass Communications, and an M.A. in Film.
His service in the church includes a full-time mission in the Hawaii Honolulu Mission, Gospel Doctrine teacher, Varsity Scout Leader, Bishop of the University 27th Ward (married students), Stake President of the Salt Lake University 2nd Stake and Stake President of the Holladay Young Single Adult Stake. He was Mission President of the South Africa Johannesburg Mission (2014-2017). In April of 2018 he was called to the Twelfth Quorum of the Seventy as an Area Seventy, and currently serves in the Utah South Area. Michael and Linda have three children and 9 grandchildren and reside in the Neff’s Canyon Ward of the Salt
Lake Mount Olympus Stake. A devoted runner, cross-country skier and cyclist, he has completed more than 30 marathons and other endurance events including the Boston Marathon and the St. George Ironman.
Neal Harmon is CEO and Cofounder at VidAngel. Prior to VidAngel, Neal served as Co-founder, COO and Board Member at Orabrush as well as co-founder at Harmon Brothers, a marketing services company responsible for a variety of viral ads, for clients such as PooPourri and Squatty Potty.
As CEO of VidAngel, Neal has led the company through a variety of challenges and successes, including major lawsuits from hollywood studios, bankruptcy, the development of VidAngel Studios, the creation of Dry Bar Comedy and distribution and growth of The Chosen.
Neal is proficient in 10 computer programming languages and has a bachelor's degree in American Studies and a master’s degree in Instructional Psychology and Technology.
Donny Osmond has been a singer, actor, triple-threat television series host (talk show, game
show, variety show), best-selling author (his autobiography entered the UK bestseller chart at
#1), commercial spokesman, motivational speaker, and even a racecar driver.
Throughout his illustrious career, Donny has earned 33 gold records; selling over 100 million
albums becoming a worldwide music legend. He has made history by celebrating almost 6
decades in show business with the release of his 61st album, One Night Only: a live album
accompanied by a DVD of his sold out UK tour in January, 2017.
The current Flamingo Las Vegas show with Marie, began back in September 2008 and was
originally scheduled to run for six weeks. The audience response was so overwhelming that the
Flamingo renamed their showroom, “The Donny & Marie Showroom.” The show ran for an unprecedented eleven years! The Donny and Marie show received many
accolades during their run. They've been awarded “Best Show,” "Best Singer,” "Best Band," and
"Best Dancers” throughout the years according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Throughout his career, Donny has notably entertained a vast array of audiences with his varied
career choices. He has starred on Broadway as Gaston in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; hosted
two television series on British network television; and performed at the Concert for Diana, seen
worldwide by more than two billion viewers. The critically acclaimed song Captain Li Shang’s
“I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from the Disney film “Mulan” was sung by Donny. The song and
Donny’s singing of it received accolades from around the globe and ranks as one of the most
popular and enduring Disney tunes of all time.
2008 marked the 50th year celebration of the Osmond Family in entertainment. The entire family
made a historic appearance on Oprah, which set a daytime ratings record and made Oprah’s list
of Top Ten Best Celebrity Moments. The family then toured the UK, Australia, and Asia for the
first time in 27 years to sell-out crowds.
In 2009, Donny was crowned Dancing with the Stars champion for season nine (the show
garnered 37 million viewers weekly). One of Donny’s most notable appearances was his starring
role as Joseph in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,
which broke records during its six-year run with more than 2,000 performances in the US and
In 2013 he launched Donny Osmond Home, a home furnishings line that marks the first time
he’s ever collaborated with his wife Debbie professionally. It is available on sites like Wayfair,
Target, Home Depot, Amazon, RC Willey, to name a few, as well as retail outlets all across
In Spring of 2018, Donny wrote a customized video birthday e-card for American Greetings with
more than 1,000 names to choose from. Donny does the honors by dancing and singing his way
through a fun birthday song customized for whomever you choose. People of all ages have been
blown away by the personalized (and hilarious!) wishes in which Donny actually sings their
name and age for a truly unique birthday greeting.
In August of 2018, Donny collaborated with rapper Lil Yachty for Chef Boyardee's highly
successful, vintage-style commercial. This unlikely pairing proves Donny's philosophy that
sometimes you need to think outside to box to score a lasting impression. Judging from the
public's reactions, Donny and Yachty wrote the perfect hip-hop jingle that expertly positions
Chef Boyardee to all ages.
Donny’s multi-generational worldwide fan base is reflected in the 100 million plus annual hits on
his official website, Donny.com, and social media sites.
Donny also just announced his return to Las Vegas and the Caesars Entertainment family with his first-ever solo multi-year residency inside Harrah’s Sho
Brother Bradley R. (Brad) Wilcox was sustained as the second counselor in the Young Men General Presidency on April 4, 2020. Brad is a professor in the Department of Ancient Scripture at Brigham Young University. He is the author of the book, The Continuous Atonement, and the BYU devotional, “His Grace is Sufficient.” Brad grew up in Provo, Utah except for childhood years spent in Ethiopia, Africa. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Chile and later returned to that country to preside over the Chile Santiago East Mission from 2003-2006. He and his family have also lived for a time in New Zealand and Spain where he directed study abroad programs for Brigham Young University. Brad has served as a member of the Sunday School General Board from 2009-2014. Brad and his wife, Debi, have four children and eight grandchildren. Reading, writing, teaching, and traveling are some of his favorite things. He loves Peanut M&M's and pepperoni pizza, but he realizes that doesn't sound too healthy so he is really trying hard to learn to love salads.
Dr. Amos Brown
A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Dr. Brown has been Pastor of San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church since 1976. As a scholar, theologian, preacher and social activist, he has maintained a marriage of piety and political action in his ministry. He became equipped for his distinct leadership through his training at Morehouse College, and earned degrees of Master of Divinity degree from Crozer Theological Seminary and the Doctor of Ministry from United Theological Seminary. Before becoming pastor at Third Baptist, he served as pastor of Saint Paul’s Baptist Church in West Chester, Pennsylvania and Pilgrim Baptist Church in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Known among world leaders, presidents, celebrities, and academics alike for his trademark activism, intellectual discipline, and masterful oratory, Dr. Brown is a legend in his own time. Tutored by Medgar Evers, Benjamin Mays, Samuel Williams, J. Pious Barbour, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (as one of the eight students in the only class Dr. King taught in his lifetime at Morehouse College), Dr. Brown was awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr. Ministerial Award for outstanding leadership and contributions to the Black Church in America. He was also inducted into the International Hall of Fame at the King International Chapel at Morehouse College and for a second time was invited by President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama to a Christmas Reception at the White House.
In 2019, Dr. Brown introduced President Russell M. Nelson, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Conference, and helped bestow a service award upon our beloved Prophet.