2022 UTAH STATE LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES

Ann Schreck

Ann Schreck

Utah State House

Utah

53

I have lived in California, Minnesota and have made Utah my home. I went to college here and work here and serve my community here. I've worked in a variety of industries with interesting and complex assignments that taught me to work openly with those impacted by my work and seek cooperation for the best outcome. I believe in serving in your community from formal work like HOA leadership and food pantries and animal rescue to serving and loving my neighbors in ways unique to them.

Dee Grey

Dee Grey

Utah State House

Salt Lake County

44

I am a born & raised Utahn. I graduated from Dixie State (now Utah Technical) and then from the University of Utah. I have spent my entire life in the tech industry, from support, to software development, to my current career of managing and coaching high performing teams. I have helped multiple large and small organizations transform into inclusive, agile, organizations. These transformations consistently show improved revenue, employee satisfaction, and leadership accountability. I believe I can bring this inclusive agile approach to our legislature and help drive a more collaborative legislative body.

I came out as trans non-binary late in life, but I believe that I always knew I was queer in some way. This difference gave me the opportunity to create compassion, empathy, and understanding of everyone around me. While this is not an accomplishment, I do believe it helps shape the way I try and find common ground with people that are different from me.

I have an amazing partner and together we have three kids in a beautiful blended family. Most of my time is spent sharing films, books, and games with my kids. My kids drive my passion to make Utah a cleaner place.

Finally, I love video games. I've loved video games since I was a pre-teen, playing X-Wing on my brother's 486. I believe video games have a unique impact on our ability to process stories, understand complex narratives, and ultimately collaborate better with each other. I lead a World of Warcraft guild for 7 years in my 20's, and was amazed at how hard-working people were at playing a video game...just so they didn't let their teammates down. I realized people want to work, and want to contribute, and will do so if it creates valuable impact on their team and their work. This drives my current management and coaching efforts.

Stephanie Pitcher

Stephanie Pitcher

Utah State Senate

Salt Lake County

SD14

I am a mother, an attorney, and an enthusiast of Utah's mountains and trails. I worked in the social justice space for over 10 years and am a tireless advocate for Utah's marginalized communities. I enjoy chess, hiking, pickleball, and kayaking. My children attend public schools in the Granite School District and our family is a huge supporter of dual immersion programs that give students exposure to foreign language acquisition and cultural diversity. As a member of the House of Representatives, I have passed several important pieces of legislation in the areas of clean air, affordable childcare, government transparency, and criminal justice reform. Before I attended law school, I started the Utah Women's Coalition, a statewide, nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving the lives of Utah women through public policy. Through this organization we lobbied for and successfully passed several bills that improved the work-life balance for Utah women and families.

Dallas Joseph Guymon

Dallas Joseph Guymon

Utah State House

Cedar City/Utah

71

I am a husband, a college graduate, and a graduate student. I love to read, study, and spend time with friends and family.

Parker Bond

Parker Bond

Utah State Senate

Sandy/Draper/Traverse Mountain Area

19

I was born in Utah, and have lived most of my life in Sandy. I graduated from Hillcrest High School and Utah State University. I work as a software developer. Some hobbies include reading, playing board games, mountain biking, and curling.

Tab Lyn Uno

Tab Lyn Uno

Utah State House

CLEARFIELD

13

I graduated from the University of Utah with undergraduate degrees in philosophy and political science and a graduate degree in Public Administration. I was elected to the Salt Lake City Board of Education at the age of 22. I became an economic and redevelopment specialist and community development block grant specialist for West Valley City, then Sandy City's community development block grant coordinator. I then went to work for Salt Lake County Aging Services helping seniors in Central City and then the University of Utah College of Health Education helping to mobilize communities in drug prevention. Later I went back to school and received my Master's in Social Worker and became licensed to practice clinical social work for the next 18 years helping individuals and couples cope with anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and other life issues.