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Employer Relations Bio


Leslie Bolton

Employer Engagement Specialist
Industries: Hospitality, Tourism, Sports, Recreation, Entertainment, Architecture and Urban Planning
lbolton@sa.utah.edu| 801-581-4473


Hometown
Salt Lake City, UT

Education
AA in Business Administration, LDS Business College

What are you currently watching on Netflix?
Call the Midwife

What's a hashtag that describes your life?
#MyBabiesTurnedIntoAdults

Most unusual job you ever had
It’s unusual that I’ve been at my current job for over 20 years! I did work for some crazy accountants during college.

Sara Jarman

Employer Engagement Specialist & On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator
Industries: Advertising, Marketing, PR, Media, Broadcasting, Journalism, Art and Education
sjarman@sa.utah.edu | 801-585-3298


Hometown
Alamosa, CO

Education
BS in Business Administration, University of Utah

What are you currently watching on Netflix?
Silicon Valley on HBO Go! or the X-Files on Netflix

What's a hashtag that describes your life?
#IHaveACouponForThat

Most unusual job you ever had
Potato Roguing

“Roguing is an essential practice in the production of healthy seed potatoes. It is the process of identifying and disposing of abnormal plants, including tubers and seed pieces. The affected plants may be diseased, another variety, or simply different.”

Trisha Jensen

Assistant Director, Employer Engagement & Internship Development
Industries: Non-Profit, Government, Public Service, Social & Human Services, Finance, Insurance and Consulting
tjensen@sa.utah.edu| 801-581-5726


Hometown
Omaha, NE

Education
M.ED in Educational Leadership and Policy, University of Utah
BA in Psychology, Seattle University

What are you currently watching on Netflix?
Big Bang Theory, Friends, HIMYM, Scrubs

What's a hashtag that describes your life?
#InternsRock

Most unusual job you ever had
My most unusual job was as a plant waterer at a local nursey when I was in high school. It was stressful only because if you didn’t do a good job the inventory would die! The positives were that I got to spend my summers and afternoons out in the sun.

Last Updated: 12/1/16