Katie Worsham is a junior from Paris, TX majoring in Flute Performance. As the FFC Student Advisory Board chair, she supports the Center's mission. She joined the Financial Fitness Center because she believes in the importance of self-reliance and respects the Center's quest to help students become financially wise and responsible. In addition to her work at the Financial Fitness Center, Katie runs a private flute studio. She also completed an honorable LDS mission in Aguascalientes, Mexico and is happily married to her husband of 1.5 years.
Student Advisory Board
Our Student Advisory Board is comprised of student volunteers who are enthusiastic to help with the BYU Financial Fitness Center's efforts.
Katie Worsham, Chair
Aaron McConeghey is a junior in the Neuroscience program with a minor in Business. He comes from the small town of Fairfield, IA. He is passionate about financial self-reliance and has read books such as The Richest Man in Babylon, The Millionaire Next Door, The Automatic Millionaire, and Rich Dad Poor Dad. He enjoys farming, wrestling, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Angel Cano is in his junior year here at Brigham Young University. He is majoring in psychology with a minor in sociology. His hometown is Norwalk, California. Angel's interest in participating in the Student Advisory Board is to aid students to become financially self-reliant. He wants to work with students to help them overcome their financial struggles while at the same time preparing them for a financially stable lifestyle. Two things that Angel enjoys doing in his spare time are listening to/writing music and playing sports.
Annie Robinson is a Junior from Portland, Oregon. She's majoring in Neuroscience, with the ambition of becoming a pediatrician. Since her freshman year, Annie has been involved in helping the Financial Fitness Center reach its mission of assisting students in becoming responsible for their own financial well-being. She is passionate about achieving goals, and understands the crucial role that personal finance plays in long-term success. In addition to working with the FFC, Annie enjoys reading and exploring the world.
Chelsea Higgins is a junior from America majoring in Chemical Engineering. Even as a child she was saving for college. She got a job as soon as she could and applied for as many scholarships as possible. She currently works in order to cover impending costs and expects to graduate debt-free. She joined the FFC Student Advisory Board because she loves helping people become independent. She also enjoys hiking and reading.
Dallin Hatch is a junior from Lindon, UT majoring in Psychology. He is passionate about self reliance and individual development. He believes that BYU has incredibly valuable resources tailored to our needs that may not be used to their full potential. He is excited to get involved with the Student Advisory Board and help increase student awareness and patronage of the resources provided here. Dallin also enjoys horseback riding and backyard football.
Jaeci Whetten is a junior from Flagstaff, AZ in the Pre-Accounting program with an emphasis in Personal Finance. When she was a freshman, the Financial Fitness Center helped her stay in school by helping her figure things out as much as she could financially and also trust that everything would work out. Now that she is a pre-professional Personal Financial Planner, she wants to help the FFC continue to reach its goals in helping BYU students develop and maintain a healthy individual financial plan. She also enjoys reading and hiking.
Megan Hanks is a sophomore from Springville, UT. She plans to major in Nursing and eventually become a Nurse Practitioner. Megan enjoys the outdoors, specifically running and hiking. She completed an honorable LDS mission in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and is now enjoying the warmth of Utah. During her time as a Peer Financial Coach for the Financial Fitness Center, she helped many students find ways to reduce expenses to avoid unnecessary debt. She continues to use her experience as a financial coach to improve the FFC's services on the Student Advisory Board. One of Megan’s favorite quotes regarding college finances is, “Live like a student when you are a student so that you can live like a graduate when you are a graduate.”
Nicole Infazon is a senior studying Latin American Studies and Global Business. She is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Nicole is also an intern for Self-Reliance Services in the church. She is very interested in becoming self-reliant and helping others to do so. In her free time, Nicole loves to go camping and to play spikeball.
Will Ortiz is a sophomore majoring in Physical Education/Coaching with a minor in Business Management. His hometown is Thurmont, Maryland. He joined the Student Advisory Board because loves the idea of counseling as well as budgeting. As he enters his sophomore year, he looks forward to exploring the field of financial consulting. He sees the Financial Fitness Center as a way for him to gain a sneak peek into that field. In his spare time, he enjoys playing/watching football and trying new things.