“In the Spotlight,” Ensign, Apr. 1996, 69
On the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Future Homemakers of America (FHA), Joyce Wolfgang Williams was named to the FHA National Leadership Hall of Fame. A former state president, state adviser, and chapter mother, she was cited for her professional success and community service and for being a role model for youth. She is a member of the Carrollwood Second Ward, Tampa Florida Stake.
Michael J. Stevens of the El Paso Ninth Ward, El Paso Texas Mount Franklin Stake, was recently honored by the National Academy of Management for producing the best doctoral dissertation in an international competition. While at Purdue University in Indiana, he wrote his dissertation on staffing work teams. Currently he is an assistant professor of management at the University of Texas at El Paso.
Tanya McKinnon of Randolph, Utah, was awarded the title of Miss Rodeo America 1996 in a national competition with 33 contestants. Last year the 21-year-old was named the 1995 Miss Rodeo Utah at the Days of ’47 Rodeo, and in 1992 she was the national Miss Rodeo High School. She is a student at Utah State University.