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Communications executive

Brad E. Hainsworth, American communications executive. Member Republican central committee, Provo, 1988, assistant manager No-on 14 Campaign, 1976; manager Shoup For Congress, Missoula, 1970. With United States Army, 1958-1960. Member Public Relations Society of America.

Background

Hainsworth, Brad E. was born on October 27, 1935 in Salt Lake City. Son of Norman Eric and Hattie (Hendrickson) Hainsworth.

Education

Bachelor, University Utah, 1963. Master of Arts, University Utah, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Utah, 1968.

Career

Assistant professor, U. Montana, Missoula, 1968-1971;administrative assistant, United States Congress, Washington, 1971-1972;staff assistant to president, The White House, Washington, 1972-1973;deputy assistant secretary, Department of Interior, Washington, 1973;professor, department chairman public affairs, Pepperdine U., Los Angeles, 1974-1976;federal affairs coordinator, Getty Oil Corporation, 1977-1981;deputy lieutenant governor, State Utah, Salt Lake City, 1981-1984;associate professor, Brigham Young U., Provo, Utah., 1984-1991;professor, Brigham Young U., Provo, Utah., since 1991. Lecturer University of Southern California, 1975-1976. Adjunct Professor California State University, 1977-1981, Peppervine U., Los Angeles, 1977-1981.

Adjunct instructor U. Utah, 1983-1984.

Membership

Member Republican central committee, Provo, 1988, assistant manager No-on 14 Campaign, 1976. Manager Shoup For Congress, Missoula, 1970. With United States Army, 1958-1960.

Member Public Relations Society of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, vintage movies.

Connections

Married Jacquelin Webster, July 18, 1958. Children: Todd Brad, Traci Webster, Julie Webster.

father:
Norman Eric Hainsworth

mother:
Hattie (Hendrickson) Hainsworth

spouse:
Jacquelin Webster

children:
Todd Brad Hainsworth

Traci Webster Hainsworth

Julie Webster Hainsworth