Chair’s Circle

Chairman

Roger Boyer

President

Brad Holmes

Chairman

Clark Ivory

Co-Founder

Ellis Ivory

EVP & CCO

Michael Morris

Board Chairman

Rick Woodbury

Chairman

Roger Boyer

As Chairman of The Boyer Company, Roger serves as a director and advisor to The Boyer Company. Under Roger’s direction The Boyer Company has developed more than 30 million square feet of commercial projects throughoutthe Intermountain West, including office buildings, shopping centers, medical offices, hotels, apartments, and special use facilities. Roger has served in numerous community positions such as the Utah Arts Council, Pioneer Memorial Theater (Chairman, 1984–1986), United Way (Chairman, 1985–1986), Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce (Chairman, 1986–1987), Salt Lake Public Utilities Advisory Board, Utah Division of Business and Economic Development Board (Chairman 1989–1991), Economic Development Corporation of Utah Board, Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau Board and the Federal Reserve Board (Salt Lake Branch, Chairman 2003–2005). Currently he is on the University of Utah Hospital Advisory Board, University of Utah National Advisory Committee, ARUP Laboratories Board and is a Trustee at the University of Utah.

Roger received his Bachelor of Science at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah and his Master of Business Administration at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration in Boston, Massachusetts.

Developer. Builder. Competitor. Biker. Runner. BYU Grad (Accounting). Back-Country Snowmobiler. Backpacker. Dad. Husband.

President

Brad Holmes

As president for Larry H. Miller Real Estate (LHMReal Estate), Brad oversees development, construction, and management of properties owned and operated by the Larry H. Miller Company.

Brad also leads LHM Real Estate’sexpanding efforts to identify, acquire and develop properties that strengthen the health of the surrounding community and enhance the prosperity and day-to-day lives of Utahns. The latest examples areLHM Real Estate’sacquisition of the nationally renowned Daybreak communityin 2021 and Destination Homes in 2022.

With a master’s degree in real estate development from the University of Utah, Brad has two decades of construction and property management experience. Prior to joining LHMReal Estatein 2012, Brad managed residential sales and construction at Holmes Homes for over 12 years.

This breadth of experience, both in residential and commercial development, gives Brad a well-rounded perspective on the needs of tenant businesses, development partners, homebuilders and homeowners —a perspective that naturally produces exceptional outcomes for all stakeholders.

Brad’s free time revolves around the game of golf, a love he readily shares with his four children, Haylee, William, Annie, and Thomas. Brad lives in South Jordan, Utah with his wife Sunny.

Career Highlights:

  1. Acquisition and strategic growth plan for the nationally renowned master-planned community ofDay break located in South Jordan, Utah.
  2. Acquisition and strategic management for Destination Homes a Utah-based homebuilder.
  3. Managed award-winning renovation of Vivint Arena located in Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. Managed 115 properties throughout the western United States representing $1 billion in total asset value.

Chairman

Clark Ivory

Clark has been the Chief Executive Officer of Ivory Homes, Salt Lake City, Utah since 2000. Ivory Homes has been Utah’s Number One Homebuilder for 29 consecutive years, having sold over 18,000 single-family homes.In 2006 Clark formed ICO which has become one of Utah’s largest apartment builders and property management companies.

Clark was a director of the Salt Lake City branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco from 2006 to 2011 and served as chairman of the Salt Lake branch for three years. He served on the University of Utah Board of Trustees from 2007 to 2014, serving as chairman for five years. Clark is currently co-chairman of the Real Estate Advisory Board to the David Eccles School of Business and serves on the Advisory Board for the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute.

Clark is the past chairman of the Board of Governors for the Salt Lake area Chamber of Commerce, a past member of the Intermountain Healthcare Board of Trustees and a founding member of the Prosperity 2020 movement that focuses on improving education in Utah for students of all ages.

From 2014 to 2017, Clark served as the president of the Romania-Moldova Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-DaySaints. This experience led Clark to establish the Utah-MoldovaBusiness Partnership to help educate and assist young entrepreneurs in navigating the hurdles of starting a business in Eastern Europe.

Clark D. Ivory graduated from the University of Utah with a BA in Political Science in 1988. In 1992 he received an MBA from Harvard Business School.Clark and his wife Christine reside in Holladay, Utah and are the parents of four daughters and one son. Clark enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and tennis with friends, and traveling with his wife.

Co-Founder

Ellis Ivory

In 1964, after his graduation from the University of Utah, Ellis R. Ivory started out in the real estate business. Three years later, Ivory and his brother-in-law, Roger Boyer, formed Ivory and Boyer Company, the original developer of the Bloomington project, south of St. George, Utah.

During the 70s, Ivory prospered in the residential lot business as Ivory and Company, developing 400 subdivisions throughout Utah. Then came 1983, a rough economic time of tough career-altering decisions for Ivory. Before then, Ivory and Company sold allits Bloomington lots to homebuilders. However, with interest rates hitting the roof at 18%, builders were going broke and unfinished homes were being abandoned. Ivory had never wanted to be a homebuilder, but he felt he had no choice but to salvage the subdivisions. In 1983, he built 30 homes.

Five short years of unfailing long days later, Ivory Homes was the number one homebuilder in Utah, a top rank the company has maintained for the past 18 years. In 2000, Ivory sold the business to his son, Clark, who continues to build the Ivory legacy, a legacy that this summer will include the completion of the company’s ten thousandth, (yes that’s 10,000) home.

Ivory currently serves as chairman of the Board of the Deseret News Publishing Company; Vice Chairman of the Newspaper Agency Corporation and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of This is the Place Foundation.He and his wife, Katie, have seven children and 21 grandchildren.

EVP & CCO

Michael Morris

Michael joined Zions Bancorporation in 2007, where he began in the role of Managing Director, Real Estate Capital Markets. In 2009, he transitioned to EVP of Real Estate Banking, Zions First National Bank. In August, 2013, he assumed the role of CCO, Bancorporation. Prior to joining Zions Bancorporation he was Managing Director for JP Morgan Real Estate, Executive Vice President for Bank One, and Senior Vice President for First Interstate Bank of California. He has overseen several business lines throughout his career such as consumer and commercial loan originations, portfolio management, workouts and syndications.

Michael is the senior credit officer for the enterprise and oversees the credit risk function, which includes key areas such as the credit approval process and policy, credit quality, portfolio stress testing, risk grading, allowance for credit loss, and credit MIS. Michael serves on the following key management committees; executive management, capital management, concentration management, new products and technology, securities oversight and enterprise risk management.

Michael received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah, and attended the Grazadio Graduate School of Business at Pepperdine University. He has served on the boardsof the Utah State Fair, Ballet West, Hogle Zoo and he Chaired the Utah School Trust Lands Board for several years. He currently serves as a director on the Ivory Boyer School of Real Estate at the University of Utah, the Thunderbird Foundation, a Utah non-profit, and as a director of the Salt Lake Country Club.

Board Chairman

Rick Woodbury

W. Richards Woodbury served as President/CEO of Woodbury Corporation for 31 years until 2011. He then served as a Mission President from 2011-2014. He returned to again take an active role in real estate development and management at Woodbury Corporation and is currently board chairman.

He is an active partner/member in more than 150 real estate properties. Some of Woodbury Corporation’s projects include University Mall (Place) in Orem, The Meadows in American Fork, Canyon Creek Shopping Center in Spanish Fork, the Utah Valley Business Park in American Fork, Magic Valley Mall in Twin Falls, Sandy Park office buildings, eight office buildings at the University of Utah Research Park and fourteen hotels. He has also been an active Investment Committee member in three private entity equity real estate funds.

Rick has been active in trade association activities, serving as past chair of both the Public Policy Coordinating Committee and the Federal Tax Committee of the National Association of Realtors, and past state chairman of the International Council of Shopping Centers. He is also a member of NAIOP, the Urban Land Institute and the Utah and American Bar Association.

Rick graduated from University of Utah Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Economics (1973), and then earned both MBA and JD degrees from Harvard University (1977). He chaired the Utah Valley University National Business Advisory Board in 2004 and has actively participated on said Board from 2001 to present. Rick currently serves as a Trustee of the Utah School & Institutional Lands Administration. He has taught or lectured at UVU, BYU, Westminster and the University of Utah.

Executive Committee

Founder and Co-Managing Partner

Michael Augustine

Executive Director

Dana Baird

Chief Operations Officer

Nate Ballard

President

Scott Bates

Partner

Andrew Bybee

Principal

J. Philip Cook

Chief Real Estate Officer

John Creer

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Rocky Derrick

Executive Vice President / COO / CFO

Lee B. Dial

Founder and Managing Partner

Jeff Duke

Consultant

Fred Fairclough, Jr.

President and COO

Rob Fetzer

Nevada Regional President

Marlise Fisher

Director of Development

Jeff Gochnour

Senior Managing Director

Dusty Harris

First Vice President

Barb Johnson

Sales Director

Ronda Landa

President

Timothy Mitchell

Commerce

Bob Moore

Executive Director of Investment Sales

Kip Paul

Retired

Walt Plumb

President

Taylor R. Randall

General Partner

Mike Roderick

Owner and Manager

Michael Sansom

Managing Director / CEO

Henry Schwendiman

President & CEO

Tyson Williamson

Founder and Co-Managing Partner

Michael Augustine

Michael Augustine is Founder and Co-Managing Partner of Alta Terra Real Estate. As co-managing partner, Michael is responsible for the company’s vision, strategic partnerships, and investment decisions. He has 17 years of owning and managing various successful real estate and investment and development companies, investing over $1B in multi-family and student housing projects, consisting of approximately 7,000 apartment units across the country. Michael has a passion for creating second-to-none experiences with everyone he encounters. Because of this passion, he remains involved in the design and operational strategies of all of Alta Terra’s projects.

Prior to founding Alta Terra Real Estate, Michael co-founded, and was the President of Homestead Development Partners where he led the team in developing over 2,100 beds in a few years. Michael continues to stay involved with the team at Homestead as they manage their operating portfolio. Prior to Homestead and other recent entrepreneurial real estate ventures, he spent 8 1/2 years with The Bainbridge Companies in Florida. With Bainbridge, Michael was responsible for managing the company’s multifamily developments, as the company expanded outside of Florida, and helped start the company’s student housing division. Michael obtained his B.S. in Finance in 2000, and his M.S. in Real Estate in 2005, both from the University of Florida. Michael has been a serial entrepreneur, starting and operating multiple businesses in various industries, ranging from hospitality, insurance, education, and real estate.

Executive Director

Dana Baird

Dana Baird brings a truly unique set ofinstitutional commercial real estate brokerage experience and accreditations to her responsibility as Executive Managing Director of the Cushman & Wakefield office division. She has been active in the commercial real estate community for the past twenty-three years and is consistently recognized by her peers as a top producer, averaging more than $50 million and 850,000 square feet of annual transaction volume.

Dana previously directed the sizable corporate asset services responsibilities for many of themarket’s largest institutional stakeholders. To this day, she utilizes a unique process skill set in representing property owners and tenants in negotiating deals to ensure all her clients’ objectives are achieved. Dana’s client list includes some of the more sophisticated institutional owners and occupiers of office space in Utah.

AWARDS & ASSOCIATIONS
President, NAIOP Utah Chapter (Commercial Real Estate Development Association), 2014 –June 2016
Member, Executive Committee & Board of Directors, NAIOP Utah Chapter, 2016 –2019
Member, CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) since 2007
Member, Ivory Boyer Real Estate Board, 2017
IBREC Women’s Council Advisors, 2019 -Current
30 Women to Watch, Utah Business Magazine, 2015
BS, University of Utah

Chief Operations Officer

Nate Ballard

Nate has been with Wadsworth Development Group since it began and currently act as its COO. He brings decades of experience in development and business management with an extensive background in financial auditing and reconciliation. In addition to running much of the day-to-day operations at WDG, Nate oversees the asset management activities of the company. Nate has a passion for quality control from every aspect of a project including master planning, financial forecasting, and market analysis research.

Under his leadership, WDG has grown from a small local real estate developer to a full-service regional development firm delivering quality retail, office, hospitality and industrial projects in UT, AZ, WY, ID, CO, WA, OR and ND.

Nate holds a BS from Southern Utah University and MBA from Westminster. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, live music, skiing, and golfing.

President

Scott Bates

Bates Land Co. is a boutique ranch brokerage, where from mid-2018 through 2021, Bates closed thirty-five significant ranch purchase and sale transactions with a total value of over $285 million including the sale of the 948,000-acre Winecup Gamble Ranch in Elko County, Nevada to Kroenke Ranches. Bates joined Bates Land Co. with over 25 years of real estate experience in acquisitions, sales, development, investment, construction management and portfolio management primarily as President of Larry H. Miller Real Estate from 2013 through mid-2018. As President, Bates managed and directed a real estate portfolio holding over $800 million of diverse properties including automobile dealerships, office buildings, movie theaters, restaurants, apartments, a racetrack, and ranches.

In addition, Bates holds a juris doctor from the S. J. Quinney School of Law at the University of Utah and has 23 years of diverse legal experience, including, early in his legal career serving as Judicial Law Clerk to the United States District Court Judge Dee Benson (deceased) in the District of Utah; Assistant United States Attorney for the United States Department of Justice in the District of Utah as a civil litigator and trial attorney.

Finally, Bates, prior to being named President of Larry H. Miller Real Estate, served as General Counsel for the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies from 2006 through 2012 where he managed, practiced and advised on legal matters including real estate, corporate, finance, regulatory, compliance, risk management, employment, insurance, and litigation.

Partner

Andrew Bybee

Mr. Bybee has been in commercial real estate since 2006 when he started developing Thanksgiving Park and Thanksgiving Station, a 120-acre master plan at Thanksgiving Point consisting of Class A office, retail and high-density housing. Under Mr. Bybee’s direction, Thanksgiving Park and Thanksgiving Station have set the pace for Class A office in North Utah County, boasting 1.2M SF with 70+ Tenants in 9 years, with another 800k SF on the books.

In 2015, Mr. Bybee and partner Nathan Ricks founded STACK Real Estate to take advantage of Utah’s office market along the Wasatch Front.Today STACK is under construction on 330K SF of Class A office at TOD locations, with 650K SF worth of TOD projects in the pipeline and the first TOD multifamily (240 units) project in North Utah County.

Along with vertical development comes public infrastructure needs. With the help of Mr. Bybee, Lehi City, UTA and UDOT officials have successfully designed and constructed more than $500MM worth of transportation corridors including: The UTA FrontRunner Station located immediately across the street from Thanksgiving Park; the southern connection of I-15 to the Mountain View Corridor located and known as 2100 North in Lehi; the redesign of the 2100 North interchange in Lehi; the redesign of the Thanksgiving Point interchange at I-15 and SR 92; the re-alignment of the State Frontage Road now known as Ashton Boulevard; and others. Most importantly, today he is leading the effort behind speeding up the planned Tech Corridor Project between SR-92 Interchange and the Main Street Lehi—a $450M project slated to start construction Spring of 2018.

Mr. Bybee graduated from Brigham Young University’s highly distinguished accounting program. Mr. Bybee is married with five beautiful children and resides in Highland, UT.

Principal

J. Philip Cook

As an outdoor adventurer Phil Cook values intuitively the world’s incredible beauty, whether skiing the greatest snow on earth, canyoneering red rock country or summiting challenging peaks in rarified air. As an appraiser, he values complex real estate problems by building on the foundation of time-tested principles, pursuing details tenaciously, and simplifying intricate facts and issues for effective communication.

Spanning three decades, Phil’s appraisal work has touched on every type of property. From large-scale resorts and intricate land development projects, power plants and golf courses to complex business properties and impaired real estate, each has undergone Phil’s determined and detailed analysis of value-influencing factors, both retrospective and prospective. Through hundreds of assignments including many properties subject to high-stakes litigation, he has become a trusted and sought-after valuation expert, a compelling and effective witness, and an insightful trial partner for lawyers throughout the country.

In addition to holding the MAI and CRE designations, Phil holds certified general appraiser status in multiple states on full-time and temporary bases. Phil is a former Chairman of the Utah State Appraiser Board. He currently serves on the Real Estate Board of the David Eccles School of Business and has served on the national Board of the Appraisal Institute.

Chief Real Estate Officer

John Creer

John Creer joined the Universityof Utah in 2022 from Arizona State University as their Vice President of Real Estate Development. Creer joins the university’s Real Estate Administration in a new position at a time of expansion. Under President Taylor Randall’sBold TransitionTeam, university leaders are preparing an updated strategic plan to guide the next decade of growing enrollment, cutting-edge research and community service. U. administrators have recently
announced plans to engage in Salt Lake County’s west-side neighborhoods and a $57 million Herriman campus shared with Salt Lake Community College.

Creer started his real estate career in Salt Lake City and has nearly 30 years of experience in commercial real estate development and management for private and public projects. He has led ASU’s real estate office since 2013, overseeing five innovation districts in the Phoenix valley, including a biomedical campus, Omni Hotel, conference center and mixed-use development. Prior to Arizona State, he worked with the Trammel Crow Company, co-managing the Los Angeles Unified School District’s $28 billion capital program and developing a $3.5 billion master plan forpublic and charter schools, as well as a K-12 teacher housing project.

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Rocky Derrick

Rocky Derrick is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Taylor Derrick Capital, a reputable real estate investment firm based out of Salt Lake City, where he has led the investment of over $2.3B in debt/equity. Mr. Derrick takes an active role overseeing underwriting, portfolio management and investor relations. He is committed to creating and fostering long-standing relationships with borrowers, development partners and investors.

Prior to TDC, Mr. Derrick founded Derrick Development, a real estate consulting firm that advised multiple REITs, equity funds, lenders, developers and institutional asset managers. Additionally, he worked as the Senior Vice President of Loan Origination & Asset Management for CM Capital Services in Las Vegas, Nevada during the real estate recession, managing the workouts and repositioning of over $600MM in distressed loans. Preceding that, Mr. Derrick was the Vice President of Acquisitions & Development for Seegmiller Partners where he managed the development of over $100MM in commercial projects in Nevada and California.

Mr. Derrick holds a master’s degree in real estate development from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Utah, where he is currently an adjunct professor inthe Eccles School Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) program.

Executive Vice President / COO / CFO

Lee B. Dial

Working for Cowboy Partners since 2010, Lee Dial is the Executive Vice President and COO/CFO of Cowboy Partners. He directs the operations of all new development projects joining together the efforts of Project Managers, Designers, Construction, Equity Partners, Lenders, and Marketing/Leasing to bring to fruition a successful project. He further directs all accounting functions for over 3,300 multifamily units across the Wasatch Front. In addition, Lee directs telecommunications, information technology, and employee benefits across the organization.

Prior to Cowboy Partners, Lee spent nearly a decade at Zions Bank as Vice President of Commercial Real Estate lending. He managed a portfolio comprised of all real estate classes including multifamily, office, retail, industrial, and self-storage. Lee built relationships with developers, title companies, insurance agencies, attorney’s, credit committees, and other lending institutions. Lee was responsible for seeing deals through analysis, credit approval, legal documentation, recording, disbursement, and administration.

Lee graduated from the BYU Marriott School of Management Accounting program, which consistently ranks in the top three programs in the nation. He holds an MBA from Brigham Young University, where he graduated in the top 10% of his class.

Founder and Managing Partner

Jeff Duke

Jeff Duke is the founder and managing partner of Castlewood Development in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jeff and his partners have developed and constructed several hundred single family homes and townhomes and nearly 3,000 institutional grade apartment units.

Just prior to starting Castlewood Development in 2001, at BRE Properties, Inc., a $2.8 Billion NYSE Real Estate Investment Trust (purchased by Essex Properties in 2014), Mr. Duke acted as Chief Investment Officer in 2000 and, prior to such, as Managing Director for the Rocky Mountain States. While at BRE, Jeff oversaw the development, construction, acquisition and/or rehab of over 5,000 multifamily rental units in the western United States. Prior to joining BRE, Mr. Duke was a Division Partner with Trammell Crow Residential, where he developed and constructed over 3,000 multifamily rental units in Utah and Colorado. Jeff also has extensive residential property management experience. Prior to joining Trammell Crow Residential in Utah and Colorado, Mr. Duke was President and Chief Operating Officer of Trammell Crow Residential Services-Florida, where he oversaw the management and operation of as many as 18,000 multifamily rental units and 80 apartment communities from Jacksonville to Miami, Florida.

Jeff and his wife reside in Sandy, Utah and are the parents of three daughters and three sons. Mr. Duke is a graduate of Brigham Young University, with a B.S. in Economics, and Harvard Business School, with a Master’s in Business Administration.

Consultant

Fred Fairclough, Jr.

He served on the board of Primary Children’s Hospital Foundation from 2004 to 2020 including three terms as Chair from 2013 to 2020, and currently serves as Director-Emeritus. He served as a director and Director-Emeritus of Health Sciences Advocates (now Benefactors) at the University of Utah School of Medicine from 2000 to the present. He currently serves as a director of the Ivory-Boyer Real Estate Center at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and was a founding director in 2007. That Center of Excellence provides multiple opportunities in the real estate industry to graduate students and includes a Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree. He served as a commissioner of the Housing Authority of Salt Lake City from 1994 to 2002 including two terms as Chair. He served as a director of the Utah Community Reinvestment Corporation from 2004 to 2008. He served as a “Public Member” of the Office of Professional Conduct of the Utah State Bar for two terms from 2010 to 2016. He served as a director of First Federal Bank (FUT) from 1984 to 1990. He served as a director of People’s Utah Bancorp (PUB) and its successor Alta Bancorp (ALTA) from 2002 to 2020. He served as a director of Advanta Bank Corporation from 2000 to 2010. He served as a consultant to Bonneville Real Estate Capital, a Salt Lake City, Utah-based commercial mortgage banking firm from 2002 to 2015, a company he co-founded in 1976 and where he served as President from 1976 to 1998. He obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from the University of Utah in 1971. He and his wife Christine Anderson Fairclough are the parents of two children and have two grandchildren.

President and COO

Rob Fetzer

Rob Fetzer enjoys being in the “thick of things” at PEG Companies and since the group’s inception in 2003, has made a commitment to being involved with every PEG project in all its stages. As President and Chief Operating Officer, Rob’s primary responsibilities include overseeing the company’s operations, investment decisions, profit centers, and most recently, helping to navigate the rapid and robust growth PEG is currently experiencing.

Prior to joining PEG, Rob held several positions in the commercial real estate space including brokerage, development/bond structuring, project management, and financial analysis. It was through these experiences that Rob developed an astute understanding of how to effectively manage transactional operations while still appealing to tenants, hotel guests, and its communities. Rob consults on various Economic Review Panels which provides him with a direct perspective into the public valuation processes. This valuable insight has helped the PEG teams negotiate with complete context and win better deals.

Leading one of the fastest growing commercial real estate groups in the market today, Robbelieves that PEG’s strong growth trajectory is due to the emphasis PEG has placed on earning the trust of each community it impacts, and creating valued partnerships along the way. “You put your head down, you work hard to create deals, and you earn the trust of those you work with. Our success is dependent on the relationships we have with each our partners, and we wouldn’t have it any other way,” Rob says.

Rob graduated from the David Eccles School Business at the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and an MBA.

Nevada Regional President

Marlise Fisher

Marlise Fisher serves as Utah Regional President for WaFed Bank. She oversees retail and commercial banking operations. The Utah retail branches are responsible for providing an array of banking, mortgage lending, and mortgage loan processing services. The Utah banking operation also provides small business banking, business banking, wholesale lending, construction lending, treasury management and commercial real estate lending, as well as a full suite of products associated with the day-to-day transactions of a retail bank.

Marlise has worked in the banking industry for over 30 years. She attained her Series 6, Series 7, and Series 63 securities licenses working as a stockbroker, financial advisor, and finally as the registered principal for Mountain West and Heritage Savings Banks prior to joining Washington Federal as a branch manager in the main office in downtown Salt Lake City.

Director of Development

Jeff Gochnour

Jeff Gochnour is the Director of Development at Dakota Pacific Real Estate (“DPRE”), where he oversees entitlements, due diligence, planning, design, budget, and construction. His current projects include working on the mixed-use entitlement of 51 acres of land in Kimball Junction (Summit County, UT.), the oversight of a mixed-use project in South Salt LakeCity, and the development of The Forge at Geneva, a 45-acre site in Vineyard, UT.

Prior to joining DPRE, Jeff worked at Cottonwood Partners as President of Development Services, where he managed the development of Class-A office buildings and a regional hospital in Texas. Prior to that, he worked for the Boyer Company overseeing the public/private redevelopment of the downtown Ogden Mall; the State of Utah as the Director of the Division of Business and Economic Development; Gastronomy Properties overseeing the renovation of two historic landmark buildings in downtown Salt Lake City; and Montrose Capital Corporation in Durham, North Carolina as Director of Land Development managing the planning and mixed-use development of 8,000 acres of land in Durham, NC, Gwinnett County GA, and Manassas VA.

Jeff earned an MBA with an emphasis in real estate from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Utah. He is the past president and boardmember of NAIOP Utah. He currently serves on the advisory board of ULI Utah.

Senior Managing Director

Dusty Harris

Mr. Harris is a senior managing director responsible for leading Hines’ investment activities in Utah and Oregon. Since joining the firm in 2005, he has supervised all phases of development, management, leasing and/or acquisition of nearly 2.5 million square feet of commercial real estate with an estimated value of approximately $650 million. In 2009, Harris led the opening of the Salt Lake City investment office and has grown Hines’ portfolio to nearly one million square feet of office space.Harris earned his BS in Business Administration from the University of Utah and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University.

First Vice President

Barb Johnson

Barb Johnson is a First Vice President with CBRE in Salt Lake City and has over 20 years of real estate experience. She provides brokerage and advisory services to occupiers in a variety of sectors including research and development, life sciences, healthcare, higher education, government, law, finance and technology.

Barb strategically negotiates exceptional deals for her clients and is laser focused on her clients’ goals and developing creative solutions to ensure that real estate enhances their business. Her objective in each transaction is to exceed her client’s goals and expectations.

Barb has achieved two prestigious real estate designations: Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR). These highly regarded professional designations require extensive coursework, a portfolio of real estate transactions, comprehensive testing, experience and dollar volume. Achieving these designations illustrates Barb’s commitment to learning and excellence, thereby delivering the best real estate practices and outcomes to her clients. In 2018, Barb was the recipient of the SIOR largest office transaction award.

Sales Director

Ronda Landa

Ronda is passionate about connecting women in business and commercial real estate with other professionals and resources to enhance their careers. As an Advisory Board member of IBREC and Chair of the Women’s Council, Ronda ensures that valuable networking and learning opportunities are made available on a regular basis to the women who comprise the council. Ronda also headed the Women’s Business and Mentorship (WBAM) program with the University of Utah’s Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) female students, which is now being incorporated into the Women’s Council.

On a full-time basis, Ronda is a Sales Director at First American Title Company, one of the largest title insurance companies in the nation. She works with real estate professionals to inform, educate and connect them to her in-house specialists. Ronda also directs business development efforts on behalf of the firm.

Ronda values the importance of connectivity and volunteers a great deal of time to serve on outside boards and committees that she feels will enhance the local business community. She is a current Board Member of CCIM and a founding member of the CCIM Business Excellence Awards event—an event that surpasses records each year in the number of profits, attendance and production achieved. In 2017 she was on thenational Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Member’s Education Committee, and in 2015 she was President of CREW Utah, an organization she has been a member of since January of 2009. Ronda also served on the CREW Events Committee and was the Winter Delegate Meeting and Events Co-Chair on the board in 2014. In addition, Ronda has authored white papers on behalf of the International Facility Managers Association (IFMA) and Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) and has been a guest speaker at national real estate events.

President

Timothy Mitchell

Tim’s primary responsibility at Norris & Stevens, Inc. is managing the brokerage groups. He also specializes in acquisition, disposition and development consulting, as well as Landlord/Owner andTenant/Buyer representation of all product types in multiple western states.

As President of Norris & Stevens, Inc., Tim leads the firm’s commercial sales, leasing, and marketing activities, as well as being a lead member of the Executive Committee. Tim has spent the majority of his professional career in commercial real estate, with over 33 years of industry success. Norris & Stevens’ brokerage revenues have increased substantially since he joined the firm, more than doubling in annual value since 2010. Prior to becoming President, he spent five years as the company’s Senior Vice President and Director of Sales & Leasing. Prior to joining Norris & Stevens, Tim was at Harsch Investment Properties, LLC in the position of Senior Vice President of Acquisitions overseeing Harsch’s acquisition and disposition operations on the west coast. During Tim’s 10-year tenure, he completed over 150 acquisition and disposition transactions totaling nearly $2 Billion encompassing all investment product types including office, retail, industrial, R&D, multi-family, hotels and development land. Tim is a 1986 graduate of the University of Utah where he also played quarterback for the football team.

Commerce

Bob Moore

Bob Moore has been involved in the real estate business for over 40 years. Starting out selling commercial real estate as a broker, Bob quickly gravitated to retail real estate. Working for Grubb & Ellis in the 1980s he was appointed to the National Retail Council and became a Senior Marketing Consultant for the firm. In 1986, Bob and partner Herm Franks founded Consolidated Realty Group (now Commerce CRG), a commercial real estate brokerage firm that dominated the Utah market. Bob personally completed over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate transactions as a broker. During part of this time Bob also served as an advisory board member and Chairman for New America International overseeing commercial brokerage activities worldwide. Bob’s career continued with acquisition and development of more than 5 million square feet of commercial real estate projects. In 2007, Bob joined with Fred Fairclough to create the MRED program for the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah.

Bob is married with three children and three grandchildren. His hobbies include photography, astronomy, fly fishing and going to the beach. He has spent many years as a volunteer for his church as well.

Executive Director of Investment Sales

Kip Paul

Kip Paul is Executive Director of Investment Sales for Cushman & Wakefield Commerce in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since becoming a broker in 1983, Mr. Paul has provided transaction and advisory services to clients on over 1,000 transactions totaling in excess of $4 billion. Considered to be the most prolific broker in Utah, Mr. Paul is well known for his hard work ethic, creative approach to solving problems and strong client loyalty as evidenced by years of continued exclusive representation.Members of Mr. Paul’s Team provide financial analysis including ARGUS modeling, project underwriting and valuation, and state-of-the-art electronic offering memorandums. Mr. Paul has been recognized with various honors including Cushman & Wakefield Commerce’s Salesperson of the Year Awards for 23 of the past 25 years and the company’s first ever President’s Award for 2016. In addition, Mr. Paul was awarded the CCIM Investment Broker of the Year award for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015; the CCIM Largest Single Sale Transaction award for 2013, 2014 and 2015; and the CCIM Highest Producing Commercial Broker award for 2013 and 2014.

Retired

Walt Plumb

Bio Coming Soon.

President

Taylor R. Randall

Taylor R. Randall was selected by the Utah Board of Higher Education to serve as the 17th president of the University of Utah on August 5, 2021. He comes to the position after serving as both dean of and an accounting professor in the David Eccles School of Business.

While serving as dean from 2009-2021, Randall worked to earn the David Eccles School of Business (DESB) a national reputation as a place of innovation. His efforts dramatically increased the value of a DESB education: The school now holds top 10 entrepreneurship rankings for both undergraduate and graduate programs, and seven of the school’s programs are currently ranked in the top 25 in the nation.

Under his leadership, the business school also expanded experiential learning opportunities with the creation of the Goff Strategic Leadership Center, the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis, and the Sorenson Impact Center, offering students unique experiential opportunities in fields ranging from finance to social impact to policy creation.

General Partner

Mike Roderick

Michael Roderick is currently President and Owner of Roderick Realty Services, a Utah-based commercial real estate brokerage and property management company. Michael is also General Partner of Roderick Enterprises, Fashion Square LP, Pheasant Hollow Business Park and Roderick Management. These entities develop and invest in commercial real estate throughout the intermountain west and currently owns a portfolio of approximately 3mm sf.

Michael is responsible for the development, leasing and management of all of the various entities. He has personally developed over 3 million square feet of retail, industrial and office properties. He has leased or sold over $966 million of property throughout his career.

Some of the projects Michael has completed include: Pheasant Hollow Business Park (12 buildings 750,000 sf), Catalyst Business Park ( 9 buildings 1,200,000 sf )Fashion Square (4 Buildings 122,000 sf), Fashion Plaza (125,000 lifestyle Center), Highland Place (85,000 SF Whole Foods anchored center), Olde Towne Square (65,000 SF Retail), Valley Business Center (85,000 SF Office Warehouse), North Pointer Business Park (4 buildings 600,000sf), Springville Business Park (2 Buildings 95,000sf), West Jordan Business Park 85,000 sf as well as over 15 single-tenant buildings.

Owner and Manager

Michael Sansom

Mr. Sansom has thirty-nine years of diversified business experience in real estate investment, development, distressed loan purchases, private lending, finance (domestic and international), housing revenue bond restructuring, operation and management. Mr. Sansom is Owner and Manager of Sansom Development, LLC.

Managing Director / CEO

Henry Schwendiman

Henry’s been in commercial and multifamily real estate investing his entire professional life. With an MBA from BYU, he started his career at Richards Woodbury Mortgage Company in Salt Lake City. In 1994, Henry and two partners purchased Q10 | Bonneville Real Estate Capital. At the time of the purchase, Bonneville had $80 million in servicing. Since then, Bonneville—now BREC—has grown to over $3.8 billion in servicing. He’s originated mortgage debt, mezzanine debt, and equity. He understands real estate development as an owner. He’s been a part of the origination of over $10 billion of real estate investments. His experience gives him a unique perspective on what makes a good real estate investment.

President & CEO

Tyson Williamson

Over the last 15+ years, Tyson has successfully turned over project after project, serving both sides of the table in the development process, for both the owner and the general contractor. His strength is in unifying the team of owners, developers, and general contractors to achieve project success. This has been a proven model as he has successfully managed over a billion dollars in project management, land acquisition, and real estate sales. Tyson has a thorough understanding of construction management, underwriting, and proforma modeling, and operates with a firm belief in integrity and hard work.