Alumni, Scientists and Business Pros Join CVLC

For over a decade, math, science, technology and entrepreneurship professionals have joined forces with the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences administration to strengthen, advise and support students.

The College Volunteer Leadership Council (CVLC) is composed of accomplished friends and alumni of the college who give back to individual students and to the college as a whole. Council members work with college administration to support mentored learning, assist in outreach, facilitate fund raising and prepare students for industry or graduate school.

This year, CPMS is pleased to welcome five new members into the CVLC:

 De Lyle W. Bloomquist is currently the president of the global chemical business Tata  Chemicals Limited. He is also a partner in Asklepios Capital LLC, an angel funding venture  focused on biotechnology start-up companies. Bloomquist graduated from Brigham Young  University with a bachelor’s degree in business management and later received his MS in  industrial administration from Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon.

 Evan Child received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from  BYU and later went on to receive his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. Child  worked for seven years at ExxonMobil in Houston and recently relocated back to Salt Lake  City as a senior developer associate for Goldman Sachs.

 Bryan Heslop received his bachelor’s degree from BYU in computer engineering with a  minor in business management. He joined National Instruments in 2008, where he is a  consulting field engineer and their liaison for recruiting at BYU.

 Jimmy Nix is a graduate of BYU with a degree in computer science. Currently, he is the  manager of software technologies at Henry Schein, Inc., a FORTUNE 500® company and  a member of the NASDAQ 100® Index.


 Stephen Richardson is currently the manager of machine translation in the translation  department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Previously, he was a  principal researcher and manager of machine translation in the Natural Language  Processing (NLP) group at Microsoft Research. He holds a PhD in computer science from  The City University of New York and an MA in Linguistics from BYU.

The college is happy to have these new contributors on the CVLC. They will be a welcome addition to contribute to the council’s mission of helping and supporting students of the sciences.

By Stacie Carnley Posted on