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Awards Banquet

A formally set table with glasses of ice water, cheesecake, purple flowers, and dinner rolls.

Pictured above are the photos from the 2022 Award's Banquet.

Our 2021 Award's Banquet as especially unique as it was held entirely over Zoom. This meant that double the students and staff received scholarships. The photos in this gallery show the behind the scenes for this online event. We look forward to having our banquet in person once again.

Pictured above are the photos from our 2020 Award's Banquet.


Keith and Carol Jenkins

Keith and Carol Jenkins are longtime benefactors of BYU students with disabilities, providing support for the Annual Banquet and associated awards, as well as the Accessibility Lab. Brother Jenkins was raised on a farm in Jerome, Idaho, and Sister Jenkins is a native of Henefer, Utah. The two met at BYU, where they graduated with bachelor’s degrees. Brother Jenkins received a master’s degree from Oregon State University and did doctoral studies at Stanford. He was involved in technical development and leadership at IBM and was an Executive Vice President at America Online. He has served in community assignments as an active leader in education, cultural arts, and church organizations. Currently, he is a Stake Patriarch. Sister Jenkins has served in community art education and as a Stake Relief Society President, and both served in the Washington, D.C. temple for 24 years. The Jenkins are members of the President’s Leadership Council at BYU and BYU-Hawaii.