Utah civic leader and newspaper publisher Jack Gallivan once said, “Our task is to make all of Utah as beautiful in manmade additions as it is in God-given wonders.” One of the best ways to make appropriate “manmade additions” is to train community and civic leaders about potent trends and to help with leadership development.

Legislators, mayors, county commissioners, county and city council members, community board members and public employees will all be more effective if they have an improved understanding about economic and demographic trends impacting Utah. Leadership training is also valuable in achieving community goals.

The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at The University of Utah trains public officials and employees about economic and demographic trends and leadership essentials.

With a deep commitment to public service training, we help promote a stronger and more prosperous Utah economy.