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Regan Bolli - 2002 Alum

    1. Where you are currently employed?

I am currently working for Ephraim City as City Manager.

    1. What are your hobbies?

      I enjoy a variety of athletics and outdoor activities with my family in addition to reading and travel.

    2. How did Snow College contribute to your accomplishments?

For me Snow College is where it all began.  It was at Snow that I learned to dedicated myself to study and learning.  It was at Snow that I discovered what my future educational pursuits would be, and it was at Snow that I met and fell in love with my wife. 

    1. What is your most memorable moment at Snow College?

      The night I first met my wife and the unplugged concert that I helped plan at the ropes course and serving as the LDSSA President during my sophomore year. 

    2. What additional information would you like alumni to know about you?

After graduating from Manti High School I joined the Utah Army National Guard and attended basic training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.  Following basic training I served a two year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sydney, Australia.  Afterwards, I attended Snow College and served as an officer in the Associated Men’s Society and as the LDSSA President and graduated with an AA degree.  While at Snow College I met Erin Allen and we were married on December 29, 2000.  Upon graduation from Snow I attended Brigham Young University and graduated with a BA degree in American Studies.  After which, I attended the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor Degree.  I worked as a clerk for the honorable Sheila Rappaport in the Denver District Court and worked for the law firms of Wachsmann and Associates (Denver, Colorado) and Hansen, Wright, Eddy, & Haws (Pleasant Grove, Utah).  In 2010 I was hired as the City Manager for Ephraim, Utah.  Additionally, I have taught as an adjunct professor of Business Law at Snow College, serve on the Utah Local Governments Trust Advisory Committee and on the board of directors for the SUU Leavitt Center for Politics & Public Service.  Erin and I have five children and love living in Ephraim and being involved at Snow College. 





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