For many years I have worked with large businesses around this amazing country. I’ve worked with business leaders, the federal government, congressional offices, state agencies and governments, and local entities. What I have seen often makes me frustrated and sad, because even when there is significant agreement, there is so much red tape and bureaucracy that we can’t get things done to serve the people. But what I see at the state level is an opportunity to make a meaningful difference for the people of in Lehi, Saratoga Spring, Eagle Mountain, and Draper. We can make a difference here unlike anywhere else. Our region is a shining star to the rest of the state and to the country. We do, however, have challenges – both now and as we look to the future of our community. Together we can make the most of our opportunities and find innovative solutions to our challenges. We can make our shining star shine even brighter. I’m running because I know my experience working with large corporations – involving multifaceted planning and fine detail – and with policy and government agencies, can be an effective tool to help our community make better decisions. I’m running because I love our communities and this region of the State. It’s where my wife and I deliberately decided to make our home long-term and raise our children. I will do everything I can to help it succeed.

Business Roundtable

Vice President – 2017-present

Lead health, retirement, and regulatory efforts for CEOs of America’s leading companies, advocating for affordable and innovative health care and smart regulations that promote job creation. Built and directed high-profile coalition of Fortune 500 companies and trade associations advocating for competitive international tax policy.

United States Senate

Legislative Director, Staff Director, Counsel – 2010-2017

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Attorney – 2009-2010

United States Department of Justice, Office of Legal Policy

Law Clerk – 2007

United States Senate

Legislative Aide – 2005-2006

U.S. House of Representatives

Intern – 2005

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