After years of serving on the council, David K. Williams is appointed at its head
OREM, Utah, October 2, 2014 – Fishbowl CEO David K. Williams is now the President of the National Advisory Council (NAC) for the Woodbury School of Business (WSB) at Utah Valley University (UVU).
In his new role as NAC President, Williams will be an important voice offering ideas and insights into how WSB can recruit new benefactors, update programs, and keep its curriculum relevant.
“Serving energizes me and our team at Fishbowl,” Williams said. “There is so much talent and possibility in the students who attend UVU. I look forward to developing and building with them. Together, I am confident we can achieve significant results for the student, UVU, and our community as whole.”
The NAC is made up of business leaders from across the state of Utah. Their responsibilities include:
Williams has written articles published in Deseret News, Harvard Business Journal, and Forbes. He also wrote a book, entitled The 7 Non-Negotiables of Winning: Tying Soft Traits to Hard Results, which was published in 2013. He is often invited to speak at events on QuickBooks, leadership, and other business topics.
Fishbowl has won dozens of awards for its revenue growth over the past decade, since Williams became CEO in 2004.
“As NAC President, I know he’ll do an excellent job of leading this incredible team of Utah business professionals,” said Woodbury School of Business Dean Norman Wright.
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About Woodbury School of Business
The Woodbury School of Business (WSB) is the largest business school in the Utah System of Higher Education and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The WSB supports a variety of engaged learning projects and programs, including the Entrepreneurship Institute in which students start their own business. The school is distinguished for its focus on student development, community engagement, and innovative teaching. In addition to traditional undergraduate courses of study in disciplines ranging from accounting to marketing, the WSB offers an MBA program that accommodates the schedule of working professionals through evening and weekend classes.