Danny Ainge: Former NBA basketball player and Phoenix Suns head coach; current executive director of basketball operations for the NBA’s World Champion Boston Celtics; named NBA Executive of the Year in 2008.
Ezra Taft Benson: President of the LDS Church from 1985-1994; U.S. Secretary of Agriculture under President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Don Bluth: Director, producer, animator of feature films and independent studio owner.
Paul D. Boyer: Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1997.
M. Anthony Burns: Former CEO and President of Ryder Systems and member of the board of directors for The Black & Decker Corporation, J.C. Penney Company, Inc., J.P Morgan Chase & Co. and Pfizer Inc.
Orson Scott Card: Author of science fiction stories, plays and books.
Jonathan C. Coon: Co-Founder/CEO of 1-800-CONTACTS.
Todd Christensen: Former All-Pro tight end; former ESPN & NBC football announcer and current sports analyst on The Mtn. sports network.
David Checketts: Former president of Madison Square Garden; owner of Major League Soccer’s Real Salt Lake and the NHL’s St. Louis Blues.
Jayne Clayson: Author and former Emmy award-winning CBS News Correspondent
Stephen R. Covey: Heads Covey Leadership Foundation; author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
Mike Crapo: Current U.S. Senator for the state of Idaho.
Gary L. Crittenden: CFO of Citigroup International, Inc.
Aaron Eckhart: Golden-Globe-nominated film actor; star in Batman: The Dark Knight, No Reservations, Paycheck, Erin Brockovich among others.
Eni Fa’aua’a Hunkin Faleomavaega, Jr.: Current delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives from American Samoa.
Philo T. Farnsworth: One of the fathers of television.
Frank Fredericks: Olympic sprinter; two silver medals in the ‘92 and ‘96 Olympics.
Robert C. Gay: Managing Director of Bain Capital.
Orrin G. Hatch: U.S. Senator, Utah; senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Sharlene Wells-Hawkes: 1985 Miss America and former ESPN Announcer.
John Heder: Hollywood actor; star of Napolean Dynamite, Benchwarmers.
Brett Helquist: Famous illustrator best known for his work in the children’s books A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Jared and Jerusha Hess: Award-winning screen writers/directors of Napolean Dynamite and Nacho Libre.
Ken Jennings: Record $2.52 million winner on TV’s Jeopardy!
Trevor Matich: Former BYU All-American football player and current ESPN Football Analyst with ESPN and Fox-5 in Washington D.C.
Matthew McCauley: Current CEO of children’s clothier Gymboree.
Stephenie Meyer: New York Times best-selling author of Twilight book series.
Ryan Millar: Two-time Olympian with the U.S. National Volleyball Team 2004.
Johnny Miller: Legendary professional golfer and NBC television golf analyst.
Mikel Minor: Coordinating Producer of ESPN’s SportsCenter.
Dallin H. Oaks: Former Utah Supreme Court Justice; former chair of PBS and president of BYU; a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church.
Andy Reid: Current head coach of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles.
Shauna Rohbock: 2006 Olympic Bobsled Silver Medalist; former WUSA soccer pro; Former All-American Soccer player and All-American heptathlete at BYU.
Mitt Romney: Founder of Bain Capital and President of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Committee; governor of Massachusetts; 2008 U.S. Presidential Candidate.
Gordon Smith: U.S. senator from Oregon.
Kevin Towers: General Manager of Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres.
Mike Weir: 2003 Master’s champion and current PGA Tour star.
Guard Young: 2004 Olympic Silver Medallist on USA’s men’s gymnastics team.
Steve Young: Two-time NFL MVP with the San Francisco 49ers; NFL Hall of Famer and current NFL television analyst.
Michael K. Young: Former Dean of the George Washington School of Law and current president of the University of Utah.
Erin Thorn: Starting guard for the WNBA’s Chicago Sky.
Dean Wilson: PGA Tour star; currently among the top money leaders on tour.