Megan Church – Megan Church is the Events and Promotions Specialist here in the University Marketing and Communications Office (UMAC). She recently graduated from DSU with a degree in Integrated Studies emphasis in Biology and Communication, and as a student was involved in planning hundreds of events and activities on campus and in the community including, several major concerts, carnivals, and university traditions. As a senior, Megan was able to help create and develop Dixie State University Student Association’s service department and worked with the university, staff, faculty, and the community to provide service opportunities for students.
Currently, Megan is responsible for organizing university events on campus and promotional activities throughout the community. She is responsible for overseeing and assisting in the planning of commencement, fundraisers, and university sponsored events, including the Kite Festival, Fourth of July Concert, and the Trailblazer Art in the City Project. Megan also worked with Dr. Jordon Sharp and the UMAC team in coordinating the rollout event of Dixie’s new athletic brand, and the distribution of 17,000 children’s books to local elementary school students.
A St. George native, Megan loves all things summer and outdoors including swimming, hiking, and most sports. She is a major movie fanatic and loves attending musicals. Her favorite treat is movie theater popcorn and her biggest pet peeve is when there is frost on her windshield.
Bev Clark – Hi, my name is Bev Clark I have worked at DSU for 4 years this Aug. I started as a temp at the Cashers office then moved to the Disability Resource Center part time where I have been ever since. Education has always been very important to me and is something my husband and I have tried to instill in our 7 children. I started working on my BS degree at USU in the late 80s and after 9 yrs, 5 children and one cross country move to MI I finally achieved that goal. I am originally from Overton, NV so was very happy to move to St George in 1998, I have always loved this area!
I feel at home on campus and have enjoyed working with the students here. I decided this past year I would try to get more involved but didn’t think I was part of CSA since I was part time. I reached out to my life line on campus, Deb Millet and she set me straight and got me right to work. I look forward to being a part of this team as we work to taking this University to the next level.
Debbie Forman – Debbie Forman has worked at Dixie State since 2014 as the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Development. Besides keeping her boss in line, her main responsibilities are handling all donations to the University and donor relations. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University.
Misty Frisbey – Misty Frisbey is the Marketing and Communication department’s support specialist at Dixie State University. Misty has shared her love for Dixie State University for the past 18 years, and offers a very unique set of skills. She has a great love for marketing, graphic design, accounting, business, and dance.
Misty started as a student here in 1999. At that time she was a proud member of Rebelettes, and held her Rebel pride. After receiving her associate degree, Dixie became a 4 year college, and she was privileged to be on the first Dixie State Dance Company, under the direction of Dr. Li Lei as she pursued a business degree.
Misty accepted an exciting job to travel the U.S., so she ventured south to Las Vegas, but the red sand was heavy in her shoes and she found herself back at Dixie in 2004. She then began her studies in the Computer Information Technology program with a Visual Technology emphasis, and, low and behold, her soon-to-be Prince Charming sat quietly next to her in most her classes. She continued to dance as a scholarship member of the Dixie State Dance Company, until she graduated.
In 2007, Misty began working at DSU as an adjunct dance instructor, and in-between her Dixie experiences, she managed to open an amazing dance studio in St. George. She loves teaching and learning from students of all ages. She has been ecstatic to share her new TRAILBLAZER PRIDE with her dancers and this community, and is a True Rebel converted.
Misty’s most important accomplishment to this day was becoming a mother to her little redhead, RJ. When she is not busy dancing, designing, or working, her favorite time spent is with him and her husband Rex, attending DSU sporting events, and going on outdoor adventures.
Kevin Pope – Kevin was born in Northern California. At the age of 13 he moved to Logan Utah. While growing up he worked for a farm and Fred Meyer. After high school he went on an LDS mission to Guatemala. After his mission, he came down to Saint George to go to school. Kevin has now worked at Dixie for 12 years, most of it as the lead/supervisor of the Guest Services, Event Staff crew. During his time at Dixie, Kevin met his wife of ten years now and has two children. He loves photography and insects, and is currently working on finishing a 150+ page photography book of extremely close up photos of all the insects found around Saint George.