Brent L Bishop

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Board Member and Investor

With an educational background in management and finance, Brent has long excelled in business and in the community. In 1991 he founded Greenbacks All-a-Dollar, where he served as CEO and, over a 12-year period, was responsible for growing the company from one to one hundred retail stores in ten states. In acknowledgment of Brent's role in the success of Greenbacks, Ernst & Young awarded him the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2001. Under Brent's leadership, Greenbacks was sold to Dollar Tree in July of 2003 in excess of 100 million dollars. Previous to starting Greenbacks, Brent was a co-founder of Franklin Covey (formerly Franklin Quest).

Over the years Brent has served in various capacities in the community. He has been a member of the National Steering Committee for the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University for the past ten years and is a member of the President's Leadership Council. He served as President of the BYU Management Society Salt Lake Chapter, and currently serves as Chairman of the Athletic Advisory Council. In 1996, he helped found the Bringing Hope to Single Moms Foundation, which serves thousands of single mothers and their children and currently operates in both Utah and Arizona.

Brent earned a bachelor's degree in Business Management and Finance from Brigham Young University.