Age: 30Where born: Provo
Family: Wife, Christy; three daughters and one son (with a second son due in January)
Education: Brigham Young University - bachelor of arts in Russian.
Primary products: Multimedia CD titles such as "LDS Collectors Library," "The LDS Basic Library," "The Adventures of Andrea and Alexander," and the "CD Sourcebook of American History."
Number of employees: 90
First "real" job: Scanning books and building infobases for Folio Corporation.
Management style: Very hands-off. I expect employees to love the ideas behind Infobases as much as I do and then to be largely self-directed.
Keys to success: Track industry news. Be aware of everything. Browse library frequently. Surf Internet daily.
One lesson I've learned in my work: Great ideas are easy to copy; you have to continue to innovate and stay ahead.
What I like about my line of work: I learn so much every day about important things. Our work makes a difference in people's lives.
My heroes: Bruce R. McConkie and Jeffrey R. Holland.
Leisure time and hobbies: Time with my family, reading, computers, basketball, BYU sports.
Favorite book: "The Brothers Karamazov."
Favorite movie: "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure."