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Charlene Winters

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Communications Director

Phone: (801) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.edu
Brigham Young University
3326 Harold B. Lee Library
Provo , Utah 84602
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1875, Brigham Young University has grown from a small pioneer academy to one of the world's largest private universities, where more than 29,000 students...   more

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BYU NewsNet - Help available for students writing in essay contest, 17 Sept 2004 [cached]
Charlene Winters, the director of marketing and communications for the Alumni Association, will conduct the workshop to help students write essays clearly and concisely.She is a journalist and a judge of the contest.
In fact, last year four of the six winners had attended the essay workshop, Winters said.
The workshop was created as an experiment to help students write their essays with more focus and to give them opportunities to ask a judge of the contest what they will be looking for, Winters said.
"We developed it a year ago because we were reading some very good essays, but they didn't tie in particularly to the theme, or they didn't tie into the founder, or they didn't show personal reflection," she said.
Daily Herald - BYU alumni house to be named after Hinckley, 8 April 2006 [cached]
Charlene Winters, director of alumni marketing and communications at BYU, said the groundbreaking will be on June 23, Hinckley's 96th birthday.
The building will be paid for entirely with donated funds, according to marketing materials.
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Charlene Winters, who works in alumni relations at BYU, said this is the second time Maeser has been honored during Homecoming.
BYU NewsNet - To Charlene Winters, happiness means having an eventful life, 21 June 2004 [cached]
To Charlene Winters, happiness means having an eventful life
"More than once I was told this was not a career for a woman," Charlene Winters, now a BYU employee said.
After graduating from BYU, Winters continued challenging her mind by taking a job at The Daily Herald.She worked there for 17 years, writing columns called "Kitchen Classics," which always ended with a recipe, and "Winters' Tale," which shared her observations about life.She now faces the challenge of directing marketing and communications for BYU's Alumni Association.
Her current job gives her the chance to work on many different things.She is involved in planning events such as Homecoming and Parents' Weekend.
After a brief conversation with her daughter, Winters explained her part in the wedding.
"She works in Lindon and I have a little more flexibility to do details than she does," Winters said."It's fun."
Winters doesn't mind doing so many different things at once.She said her experiences as a student at BYU and as a reporter for The Daily Herald prepared her for her job.
"It's a varied job," she said."To me it's a synthesis in a way, of a lot of jobs I've had.I've had kind of a winding career road."
Winters said her different experiences have made her happy.She can rarely be seen without a smile on her face.
In addition to her determination, Winters' ability to get her point across has contributed to her success.It has also made her an enjoyable person to be around.
"She's an extremely articulate person," said Kaylene Armstrong, editorial director of The Daily Universe and a friend of Winters for 26 years.
Winters' has a way of saying things that puts listeners at ease and makes them want to talk to her.She described this talent as a "gift for gab" and said it is important to her to be able to talk to people.She said her job experiences have helped her to do that.
Winters said she has made sure her life has been eventful since then.That's why she is involved with so many different things and is so happy about it.
LDS Internet Resources Message Boards : Gospel Essentials, 9 Dec 2001 [cached]
"A professor I used to have would take Books of Mormon on trips with him and he would go into a diner and say, 'OK, who wants copies of the Book of Mormon?' " recalls Charlene Winters, director of marketing and communications for Brigham Young University's alumni association."If they didn't want them, he was equally friendly."
Reluctant Missionaries: But many, including former full-time missionaries who spent two years knocking on doors for their religion, are not eager to raise the subject even with their closest friends.At some point, they reason, conversation may lead to conversion, but they refuse to press it. Those Latter-day Saints who cringe at the notion that every acquaintance is to be viewed as a potential convert were heartened by Apostle Ballard's sermon at the faith's fall General Conference.He urged Mormons to befriend those outside the faith "without being pushy and without any ulterior motives."
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