Formely Chair of the International Advisory Council, Duane Madsen currently serves the IAC as Immediate Past Chair and member of the Executive Committee. Erlyn Gould Madsen is the Center Historian. In his professional life, Duane was Vice President and Executive Director of Goldman-Sachs Private Wealth Management. He has also been a member of the Investment Advisory Council of the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University. Duane obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Brigham Young and a Masters of Business Administration from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania. Erlyn is a graduate of Brigham Young University. An avid reader, pianist, violinist (plays in the Mt. Timpamogos Symphony), ham radio operator, photographer, and certified master gardener, Erlyn has for many years brought her considerable artistic and diplomatic skills to the service of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies. As Center Historian, IAC member, and Symposium Host, Erlyn has welcomed scores of delegates to Provo and has traveled widely for the Center. She has documented proceedings of many international conferences, and her booklets of photos, provided to hundreds of conference participants and always accompanied by handwritten personal notes, have been invaluable not only to participants but to Center personnel, in maintaining contact with many friends in all parts of the world.
Erlyn and Duane are the parents of ten and grandparents of forty, and counting.