Sutherland Institute Announces Changes to Board of Trustees

Sutherland Institute announced changes to its Board of Trustees.

Effective immediately, Utah attorney Steve Densley will be stepping down from the board, while Joseph Kerry, a Philadelphia-based managing partner of a strategic social media marketing company, will join the board as a trustee.

“We thank Steve for his dedicated service to Sutherland during a time of transition and opportunity,” said Stanford D. Swim, chairman of the Board of Trustees. “Steve’s energy and insight were critical to the success of some of the most important events in Sutherland’s history, and we wish him continued success in all of his endeavors.”

Joseph brings a wealth of media and nonprofit experience to the Sutherland board. He is currently the managing partner at littlecloud, a strategic social media marketing company that helps media talent and business grow their brand. Joseph is a New York Times and USA Today No. 1 best-selling author, having co-authored Common Sense: The Case Against an Out-of-Control Government with Glenn Beck.

He spent nearly 10 years working with Beck as his chief of staff and president of Glenn’s nonprofit, Mercury One. He worked in Washington, D.C., on President George H.W. Bush’s Council on Competitiveness and in New York City working with CNN, Fox News and The Blaze.

Prior to entering the media world, Joseph was a practicing attorney in the Philadelphia area and was one of the youngest attorneys to be admitted to the Million Dollar Advocate Forum, an organization reserved for individuals obtaining a verdict or settlement in excess of $1 million. He was also recognized as a “Rising Star Super Lawyer” and “Super Lawyer.”

Joe is married with three children and lives near Philadelphia.