I earned my bachelor's degree in English from Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, with minors in geography and linguistics. I did not complete coursework in education during my baccalaureate studies. During these years, I worked summers as a journalist at a newspaper in Oregon and completed an internship with Ancestry.com. I was employed in the folklore archive at BYU, where I gained experience with ethnographic research techniques. I also served as an associate publisher for an on-campus magazine with international circulation published by the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences at my university. My duties at this publication included taking research articles and revising them for a general audience. My senior year in college, I was a research assistant in the geography department where I both edited and contributed a chapter for a book about United States city systems based on Carville Earle's historical geography methods.
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