Utah League of Cities and Towns elects 2022/2023 Board of Directors

The Utah League of Cities and Towns is pleased to announce its new officers and board of directors.  These local officials were elected during ULCT’s 2022 Annual Convention in Salt Lake City and represent ULCT’s eight designated regions throughout the state.  Under the direction of Millcreek Mayor Jeff Silvestrini, we look forward to working together with League member cities to address the mutual interests of Utah’s cities and towns as we plan for the needs of today and those of the future.  Cameron Diehl, ULCT Executive Director, says “Mayor Silvestrini is very engaged in important collaborative conversations and negotiations at local, state, and federal levels.  His leadership will serve the League well in representing the interests of all Utah cities and towns and their respective residents.”

The complete board, including newly elected members, is as follows:

Officers:

President: Millcreek Mayor Jeff Silvestrini

1st Vice President: Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi

2nd Vice President: Draper Mayor Troy Walker

Immediate Past President: South Jordan Mayor Dawn Ramsey

UCMA Representative: Bountiful Manager Gary Hill

Board of Directors by ULCT Region:

Region 1:  Snowville Mayor Gwen Wilson, Logan Mayor Holly Daines

Region 2:  Bountiful Council Member Kate Bradshaw, Kaysville Mayor Tamara Tran, Clearfield Mayor Mark Shepherd

Region 3:  West Jordan Mayor Dirk Burton, Riverton City Council Member Tawnee McCay

Region 4: Vineyard Mayor Julie Fullmer,Lehi Mayor Mark Johnson, Mapleton Council Member Jessica Egbert, Woodland Hills Council Member Kari Malkovich

Region5: Roosevelt Council Member Dustin White

Region 6:  Manti Council Member Mary Wintch

Region 7: Cedar City Council Member R. Scott Phillips, St. George Mayor Michele Randall

Region 8:  Blanding Mayor Logan Monson

Ex-Officio Board Members:

Treasurer: Murray Mayor Brett Hales

UMCA Representative: Herriman City Recorder Jackie Nostrom

General Counsel, Senior Policy Advisor: Roger O. Tew

The Utah League of Cities and Towns represents 253 municipalities throughout the state providing state and federal representation and training for municipal governance.