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Board Members

Mel Lavitt

Needham and Company, LLC

Lavitt’s career in investment banking has included hundreds of capital market transactions accounting for several billion dollars of equity and debt financing.

Stephanie Hick Bevans

Design to Print, Inc.
Steamroller Copies, Inc.

Stefanie is owner and CEO of both
Design to Print, Inc and Stem-
roller Copies, Inc. printing graphics
for organizations such as the NBA
and Olympic committees.

Jake Boyer
The Boyer Company

President of The Boyer Company. Managed the Gateway Project, a $375 million, 2.1 million square foot development in Salt Lake City.

Kate Riggs

Riggs is an experienced adviser with nearly two decades of strategic public affairs experience.

Brent Brown

Brent Brown
Automotive Group

Brown is the owner of Brent Brown Toyota Scion in Orem. He recently served on Toyota’s National Dealer Council.

Sam Granato

Frank Granato
Importing Company

Granato is the President and Owner of Frank Granato Importing Co. and the Democratic Nominee for the U.S. Senate race in 2010.

Peter Mouskondis

Nicolas Company

President and CEO of Nicolas Co. Westminster College Foundation Board Member, IFDA Board Member, Independent Marketing Alliance Board Member, and Markon Board Member.

Winston Wilkinson

Winston Wilkinson
& Associates

Winston is the President & CEO of Winston Wilkinson & Associates which provides lobbying and consulting services to clients.

Jerry Oldroyd

Ballard, Spahr, Andrews
& Ingersol

Oldroyd is a partner in the Business & Finance Department and Communications Groups, and a trustee of Utah Technology Council.

Clifford D. White

Capital Consultants

Businessman, Investor and Financial Planner. Active in Utah community for 42 years.

Lorena Riffo-Jensen

VOX Creative

President of VOX Creative. Riffo-Jensen has a decade experience in the public and private sectors.

Josh Romney

The Romney Group

Josh is the founder of The Romney Group, which owns and operates multifamily, office and industrial properties throughout the U.S.

Margaret Lasecke-Jacobs
Sundance Institute Utah Advisory Board

After leaving Oracle Corporation in 2000, Margaret formed a marketing and public relations consulting firm. She now serves on the Sundance Institute Utah Advisory Board.