Mark & Belinda Romney

Mark Romney is actively engaged in international transactions law with an emphasis in Latin American issues, and represents Latin American clients in the United States. He also practices business-related litigation and alternative dispute resolution. He is a member and on the Board of Directors for the US/Mexico Bar Association. He is the Regional Director of Latin American (Spanish speaking) Chapters for the BYU Management Society.  Mark is the co-founder of DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom, and is on the Faith Advisory Committee for the Dallas Morning News. He received his JD from the University of Arizona in 1981, and his BS in Business Management in 1977 from BYU. Mark is the president of the Dallas Texas Stake.

Belinda Romney is a board member of the BYU Management Society Dallas Chapter, and was the Chair of the Scholarship Committee from 2014-19. She is a retired teacher in the Duncanville Independent School District, where she taught for 23 years – 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Language Arts, Reading, Social Studies, and World History. Belinda received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education at BYU in 1976, and her Associate of Arts from Ricks College in 1974.