Marketing Team

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What is _____?: 

What is Marketing Team?

The marketing team is the lifeblood of Y-Serve. We brand, promote, create and train to reach out to more students, faculty and community members to increase love and selfless service all over Utah County.


If you are a student that loves service, promoting great causes, and want to grow personally, then we need you!


We can help you make a difference in the lives of thousands of students while you rub shoulders with the best people, make lifelong (and eternal) friendships, gain killer resume-building experiences and skills, and some free stuff.


Click here to fill out the application now! There's so much to gain from serving with us.


Programs can contact the Marketing Team at for ideas!

Program Directors: 

Team Members


Jason Anderson

Marketing Director

(610) 858-9291


Madeleine Chambers

Marketing Specialist

(509) 599-5311


Advertising Directors:

Jacob Hale

Executive Director

(801) 995-0783

Mon 10:15 AM-11:15 AM


Lucia Lopez

(385) 233-8303

Thurs 11:00 AM-12:00 PM


Jameson Thornock

(801) 793-7186

Mon 2:00 PM-3:00 PM


Athletics Directors:

Katie Tuttle

(801) 369-4717


Events Directors:

Evie Friedbaum

Executive Director

(385) 238-8141


Alli Brinton

(385) 238-8141


Internal Marketing:

Ryan Fertig

(909) 262-6132

Fri 1:00 PM-2:00 PM


Ben Souza

(661) 917-6762

Mon 11:00 AM-12:00 PM


Social Media:

Morgan Passey

Executive Director

(505) 860-9882

Tues 12:00 PM-1:00 PM



Active Semesters

Fall   Winter   Spring   Summer


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How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?

Applications are available online.

Download the file, fill it out on your computer, then save the completed file.

Email the completed application to


Please complete this mandatory 20 minute child protection training before you begin working with this program. 


Positions Available:

Athletics Executive Director

Faculty Outreach Executive Director 

Internal Marketing Executive Director

Events Program Director

Internal Marketing Program Director

Visual Media Program Director (Videographer)

Visual Media Program Director (Photographer)



Team Positions

Athletics coordinates marketing efforts of Y-Serve with the marketing directors of BYU Athletics to promote Y-Serve at sporting events, including, but not limited to, half-time giveaways and recognition, pre and post game activities, and other creative integration.

Katie Tuttle           (801) 369-4717


Events takes the lead in preparing for marketing events by coordinating with the Y-Serve office and the other programs to ensure events are well-planned and executed.

Evie Friedbaum     (385) 238-8141 
Alli Brinton  (801) 888-0741

Faculty and Staff integrates service into class curricula & improves faculty correspondence and coordination with Y-Serve.



Internal Marketing works to improve the marketing training for all of the individual 70 Y-Serve programs. They also act as a secretary for the marketing team in coordinating with the programs to help them better market and recruit for their individual programs.

Ben Souza           (661) 917-6762
Ryan Fertig (909) 262-6132

Advertising coordinates campaigning schedules and creation and distribution of visual advertisements.

Jacob Hale          (801) 995-0783
Lucia Lopez (385) 233-8303
Jameson Thornock (801) 793-7186   


Social Media manages Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, video production, & other relations with media on campus.

Morgan Passey   (505) 860-9882



I love every piece of Y-Serve. The people here are so genuinely good and willing to help in whatever possible capacity. This has been one of my hardest semesters (and years!) but Y-Serve has always been a light. It will always feel like home because of the love of God and of others and for me. That's why I believe in the importance of marketing - I want as many students as possible to feel that love and strength that can keep anyone going through the hardest trial. I love seeing the light of service enter the people's faces and hearts as they learn and grow through first-time and long-term Y-Serve experiences.

-Lauren Holbrook (2017)