Why Run

Following in my father, Phil Uipi’s (former House Rep 36), footsteps, I am passionate about public service. I am qualified to help our newly formed city make smart decisions that will benefit future generations to come. I’ve lived in Millcreek for over 30 years, and I bring a professional background with proven leadership, community collaboration, and needs-based services. A few of my core values are respect, family, community and compassion.
Issues
  • Seniors – Advocating for those who are on fixed incomes, including diverse family structures of single mom and dad households.
  • Economic Development – Maximizing the opportunities we have to help our existing local business, while attracting new businesses.
  • This helps diversify our tax funds.
Experience & Proven Leadership
  • Currently, Deputy Director of Board of Pardons and Parole for the State of Utah.
  • Center Manager, Millcreek Senior Center
  • Community Relations, Mayor Peter Corroon
  • Agent/Business Owner, American Family Insurance
  • Field Management, State Farm Insurance
Community Experience
  • Olympus Little Rugby President
  • Utah Youth Rugby Little Rugby Commissioner for State of Utah
  • Upland Terrace Elementary Community Council
  • Upland Terrace Elementary PTA
  • HealthInsight Board of Directors
  • Intermountain Volleyball Association Board of Directors
  • The Road Home Services Committee
Education
  • Master of Public Administration, University of Utah
  • B.S Consumer Economics & Housing, University of Georgia

Why Run

Following in my father, Phil Uipi’s (former House Rep 36), footsteps, I am passionate about public service. I am qualified to help our newly formed city make smart decisions that will benefit future generations to come. I’ve lived in Millcreek for over 30 years, and I bring a professional background with proven leadership, community collaboration, and needs-based services. A few of my core values are respect, family, community and compassion.
Issues
  • Seniors – Advocating for those who are on fixed incomes, including diverse family structures of single mom and dad households.
  • Economic Development – Maximizing the opportunities we have to help our existing local business, while attracting new businesses.
  • This helps diversify our tax funds.
Experience & Proven Leadership
  • Currently, Deputy Director of Board of Pardons and Parole for the State of Utah.
  • Center Manager, Millcreek Senior Center
  • Community Relations, Mayor Peter Corroon
  • Agent/Business Owner, American Family Insurance
  • Field Management, State Farm Insurance
Community Experience
  • Olympus Little Rugby President
  • Utah Youth Rugby Little Rugby Commissioner for State of Utah
  • Upland Terrace Elementary Community Council
  • Upland Terrace Elementary PTA
  • HealthInsight Board of Directors
  • Intermountain Volleyball Association Board of Directors
  • The Road Home Services Committee
Education
  • Master of Public Administration, University of Utah
  • B.S Consumer Economics & Housing, University of Georgia