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Donna Law - Southern Utah University. Cedar City, UT, US

Donna Law Donna Law

Executive Director of Development and Government Relations | Southern Utah University

Cedar City, UT, UNITED STATES

Specializing in Utah politics, government relations and student development

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Biography

Donna Law is the Executive Director of Development and Government Relations at Southern Utah University. Previously, she also directed the non-partisan Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service.

With a background in communication, public relations and marketing, Law now serves as a liaison between SUU and the Utah State Legislature on issues related to higher education.

In addition to her work at the University, she is involved with a number of boards and committees. Law is the newest member of the Utah Transportation Commission being appointed in May of 2017. In 2011, Governor Gary Herbert appointed her to the board of Utah Arts and Museums. She has served as board member and vice-president of the Shakespeare Theatre Association of America, chair of the Cedar City/Brian Head Tourism Board and the Iron County Lodging Association.

In 2005, Cedar City Chamber of Commerce has also recognized Law as Woman of the Year.

Law earned a bachelor of science in business administration from Western Governors University and is currently working on her master of art in arts administration from Southern Utah University.

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Industry Expertise (5)

Fund-Raising Public Relations and Communications Education/Learning Government Relations Writing and Editing

Areas of Expertise (13)

Donor Relations Fund Raising for Higher Education Government & Politics Government Relations Legislation Legislative and Regulatory Policy Politcal Work Public Relations Public Relations in Higher Education Student Government Relations Utah Government Relations Utah Legislative Body Utah Politics

Accomplishments (2)

Woman of the Year (professional)

Cedar City Chamber of Commerce, 2005

VolunTourism Award (professional)

Pony Express Territory - Nevada Commission on Tourism

Education (2)

Western Governors University: B.S., Business Administration

Southern Utah University: M.A., Arts Administration

Currently in progress.

Affiliations (5)

  • Utah Division of Arts & Museums
  • Shakespeare Theatre Association of America
  • Utah Arts Council
  • Grand Circle Association
  • Cedar City Brian Head Tourism Bureau

Media Appearances (4)

3 Utah Programs Help Provide Professional Clothing for People Seeking to Enter Workplace

Deseret News  online

When Donna Law was prepping Southern Utah University students for their internships at the state Capitol two years ago, there was one issue in particular that created some anxiety: what or what not to wear?

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Navigating Through Cancer Treatment with Less Fear

KSL News  online

2016-08-08

The days after a cancer diagnosis can be a scary, vulnerable time and definitely not a time to be caught in a maze. One Cedar City woman navigated her way through breast cancer surgery and treatment with special guidance.

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New Executive Director to Guide SUU’s Leavitt Center

SUU News  online

2015-08-31

Southern Utah University is excited to announce Donna Law as the new executive director for the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics & Public Service. Law previously served as director of government relations at SUU but will now transfer to the Leavitt Center to lead the student group that is dedicated to preparing SUU students to serve and political and democratic service.

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New SUU Program to Help Dress Students for Success

The Spectrum  online

2017-01-30

A new Southern Utah University program is working to ensure students are dressed for success.

The average SUU student can spend up to $6,000 each semester on tuition, fees and textbooks, according to a 2016 estimate provided by the university. These expenses — on top of other bills, such as rent and gas — often leave little extra spending money to invest in a professional wardrobe.

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