The Community Foundation of Utah is led by a diverse group of innovative problem-solvers committed to creating positive change in Utah.

  • Brad Dickson


    Brad Dickson joined the Board of the Community Foundation of Utah in January 2017 and was elected Chairman in February 2018. He is an active angel and social impact investor with a mission to help de-risk technology-based start-ups and social entrepreneurship in the State of Utah. Brad is founding board chair of PandoLabs, Inc., a founding member of the Purpose Investment Network, a member of the board of Summit Community Power Works and a member of the executive committee of Park City Angels. Brad previously was a global C-Level executive with Dresser-Rand Company where he served as executive officer on their worldwide new equipment business and chief marketing officer.

  • Chris Conard

    Board Member

    Chris Conard has been working with Playworks since 2007 and is continually motivated by the way safe and healthy play can transform school environments and children's health. Chris launched Playworks in Utah in 2011 with just five school partners and has scaled to more than 119 schools by 2019. Chris is driven to deliver the highest quality programming, push the boundaries of social impact, and collaborate and inspire around solutions to complex social issues. EY recognized his mission-driven spirit in naming him the Social Entrepreneur of the Year in 2019. When he is not dedicated to changing health and education outcomes, he can be found snowboarding, hiking with his family, running, and walking his dog.

  • Doug Hansen

    Board Member

    Douglas J. Hansen (Doug) is a certified public accountant and a partner in the assurance services practice area of Tanner LLC, a Salt Lake City, Utah based CPA firm. Doug graduated with honors from Utah State University before joining Tanner LLC in 1989.  He has served clients in a wide variety of industries throughout his career, but has always loved the opportunity to serve many types and sizes of not-for-profit organizations. In fact, he spends the majority of his client service time working with some of Utah’s finest nonprofit organizations. He is a member of the Utah Assoc

    iation of CPA’s Nonprofit Committee, has taught numerous training sessions pertaining to the unique accounting and operational aspects of nonprofit organizations, and served for approximately five years on the national Nonprofit Committee of Allinial Global, one of the largest associations of CPA firms in the world. When he is not working, Doug loves to snow ski, hike, take road trips, and spend time with his family.

  • Jeff Miller

    Board Member

    Jeff Miller is the General Manager and part owner of both the Mark Miller Subaru Stores in Salt Lake City and JCO Financial. He has been with the Mark Miller Organization since 2003. He received his MBA from the University of Utah in 2010 and his Bachelors in Business from University of Southern California in 2002. He is a member of various prestigious corporate boards including: Subaru of America’s National Retailer Advisory Board, Subaru of America’s Regional Dealer Advisory Board, the Cox Automotive National Advisory Board, and the National Roadster Advisory Board. Jeff is also very involved with the community having previously served on the Boards of the Ronald McDonald House of the Intermountain Area and the Boys and Girls Club of Salt Lake City. He works tirelessly to ensure that the Mark Miller Subaru stores make a lasting impact in the community through charitable efforts and community outreach. In fact, Mark Miller Subaru, under Jeff’s leadership, has donated nearly $2,000,000.00 to local charity since 2010. In his free time, he likes volunteering, golfing, playing basketball and spending time with his wife Deanna, daughter Natalie, and his sons, Caden and Miles.

  • Jensen Warnock

    Board Member

    Jensen is passionate about entrepreneurship and technology. Currently, Jensen is the Managing Director for the Alpha, a Mercato Partners direct secondary fund.  He has co-founded and managed multiple investment practices in his career investing in seed, venture, and growth stage private company through a variety of investment structures and vehicle.

    Jensen graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.S. in Computer Science and received his M.B.A. from Carnegie Mellon University.

  • Jeramy Lund

    Board Member

    Jeramy is interim CEO of the Sorenson Impact Center at the University of Utah and Managing Director of University Venture Funds I&II.  He is also Principal Partner for XIII, LLC; a diversified family holding and a partner at Valter's Osteria.  Currently, Mr. Lund serves as Board Chair for Symbiot Business Group, Inc., is a member of the Kickstart Seed Fund (I&II) Investment Committees and on the Executive Committee of the Park City Angel Network.  Prior to his current employment, Mr. Lund worked for JP Morgan (New York), DLJ International (London) and American Stores Company (Salt Lake City, UT).

    Jeramy is also actively involved in the non-profit arena.  He is Treasurer of the Lund Foundation, on the Board of PandoLabs and Envision Utah, and on the Advisory Committee for Utah Clean Energy.  He previously served as Board Chairman for Recycle Utah, and for the Nature Conservancy, Gen C, University Of Utah Alumni Association and Wild Utah Project Boards.   

    Jeramy graduated from the University of Utah, Magna Cum Laude, with a BS in Accounting and received his MBA from Harvard Business School.  

  • Josh Kanter

    Board Member

    Josh provides thoughtful, personalized multi-generational family, business and legal wealth advisory services to his clients. Using his legal and family office backgrounds, Josh works with clients in various areas, including family meeting design and facilitation, family and business structuring, family governance, family office design, trust, estate and tax planning, risk mitigation, “blind spot” review, development of family “owner’s manuals,” philanthropy, and more.

    Josh has also been active philanthropically throughout his career, working with dozens of arts, cultural, and educational organizations. In 2011 he founded the Alliance for a Better Utah, a nontraditional, non-governmental organization dedicated to providing balance, accountability and transparency in Utah policy and politics. He is currently a member of the board of the International Sculpture Center, and a member of the Rowland Hall capital campaign committee. Josh has previously served on the boards of the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Action Utah, and a number of other non-profit and for-profit boards and committees. He has also served on numerous public art committees, including projects at the Salt Palace, the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business, Red Butte Garden, and the Utah Museum of Natural History.

    Josh serves as an elected representative to the Granite Community Council, is a member of the Collaboration for Family Flourishing, and is director of the Kanter Family Foundation.

  • Lindsey Kneuven

    Board Member

    Lindsey Kneuven is the Head of Social Impact at Pluralsight, a fast-growing enterprise technology learning platform. In her role, Lindsey leads all global philanthropic initiatives, implementing strategies that align Pluralsight’s product, culture, community, people and brand to make a meaningful impact on the way the world learns.

    Prior to Pluralsight, Lindsey served as chief impact officer at Cotopaxi. She also held senior positions at several notable nonprofit and private organizations, including Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation—the largest community foundation—and Nuru International.

    Lindsey is an active member of the philanthropy community and serves as a member and advisor on several boards. She has been acknowledged for her outstanding work on several occasions, receiving the Leigh Stillwell Award for Excellence, a 2017 Women Tech Award, recognition by Utah Business as one of 30 Women to Watch and Community Foundation of Utah as an Enlightened 50.

  • Marty Tate

    Board Member

    Marty is an attorney with Carman, Lehnhof, Israelsen and counsels his clients on various forms of structured finance, securities matters, private and public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, real estate financings, venture capital and angel financings, fund formation and compliance, business formation and corporate governance. Over the past five years, Marty has been active in advising clients in the crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending space. He was recently recognized as one of the top crowdfunding attorneys and continues to provide expertise and play a leading role locally and nationally in this evolving area of securities law.

  • Mikelle Barberi-Weil

    Board Member

    After 10 years of sales management experience, raising her children and serving in many executive board positions, Mikelle Barberi-Weil joined the Department of Professional Sales at Weber State University in May of 2014 as the Assistant Director of the Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence. Mikelle was named Sales Center director in July 2015. After serving as President of the Board of Directors for the GOAL Foundation, a non-profit that was founded after the 2002 Winter Olympics, she is currently in her second term on the Community Foundation of Utah Board of Directors. Mikelle's research interests include leadership through philanthropy, partnerships and communication in business. Mikelle, her husband Brent, and their three children enjoy all things outdoors, including raising horses and being on trails, rivers, bikes and skis. She has a BS in Professional Sales from Weber State University, a Masters in Leadership from the University of Southern California, and is pursuing a Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Education and Psychology from Pepperdine University.

  • Trish Coughlin

    Board Member

    Trish Coughlin is the Chief Accounting Officer at Cornerstone, a Nasdaq listed company focused on people development. She has more than 25 years of experience in corporate finance, accounting and operations across a broad range of industries. Prior to Cornerstone, Trish was the Corporate Controller at Workday, a managing director at Goldman Sachs where she held finance and operational leadership roles, a divisional controller of a $4 billion revenue business at Honeywell and Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers where she provided services to multinational clients in the audit and transaction advisory practices.

    Trish has been an active supporter in her community and is returning to the Community Foundation of Utah board, where she previously served as a director and member of the Executive Committee. She has also served on the Executive Committee of the board of directors at The McGillis School and the board of directors at the YWCA and was a founding member and co-chair of the Utah Women's Giving Circle.