Edward D. Peterson (CPA) has over 35 years of business experience in a broad variety of disciplines, including senior management positions in banking, public accounting, commercial and residential real estate, financial consulting, and as a entrepreneur. He has designed and implemented cash management systems for both banks and corporations and consulted with others for system evaluation and analysis.
Mr. Peterson has a Masters of Accountancy degree from Brigham Young University, and has taught continuing education courses for the California Society of CPAs and the Institute of Management Accountants. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Brigham Young University, San Diego State University, and is presently an Associate Professor at Stevens-Henager College. He has developed and taught college business and general education courses.
Mr. Peterson has authored several published articles and texts: Principles of Real Estate (2010), Principles of Finance (2011), and co-authored several texts including Fast-Tracking Your Career (2011), Classroom to Career (2015), Career Development and Planning (2015) and Career Growth and Strategy (2015). He also authored Cash Management, A Guide for Increasing Profits, published by the prestegious California CPA Foundation for Education and Research, Cash Management Fundamentals, and How to Buy a Home published in 2010.
Kenneth C. Plant has over 30 years of managerial and executive experience in a wide range of industries and sectors. Mr. Plant has a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Brigham Young University and has taught numerous courses and seminars in human resources, management and leadership for colleges and organizations. He is currently President of Stevens-Henager college in Orem, Utah and a Regional Director for the Utah South Region.