Disability Law Center (DLC) is governed by an elected Board of Trustees (“Board”) that supervises the Executive Director, maintains fiduciary responsibility for the successful functioning of the agency, and has ultimate responsibility in setting agency policies and priorities. The Board includes representatives from the PAIMI Advisory Council, the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council (UDDC), and the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP).
The sincere dedication and devotion of our Board members has helped improve our disability advocacy services and expand the presence of our agency. On behalf of our agency and the many Utahns with disabilities, DLC publicly thanks all Board members, both past and present, for their many contributions and commitments.
Our Current Board
Hannah is an associate attorney at Foley & Lardner, LLP, where she focuses on intellectual property and general commercial litigation. Hannah received her law degree and undergraduate degrees from the […]
Senior Manager, American Express National Bank
Kevin Brown has an MBA from Weber State University and a bachelor’s in business management from Southern Utah University. Kevin is currently a senior manager for American Express National Bank. […]
Beginning his career as a Florida lawyer in 2015, Giancarlo moved west to join the ranks of Feller & Wendt, LLC as a trial lawyer. The attorneys at Feller & […]
John Curtis is a financial advisor and CPA engaged in forensic accounting and related services. John worked for over 10 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers until 2010, when he helped found Rocky […]
Former Environmental Scientist
Through Janet’s volunteer work over the years with children, seniors, and the visually impaired, she has come to understand some of the challenges of individuals having a physical or mental […]
Disability Law Center (DLC) Board meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:30AM, unless otherwise specified. DLC is committed to transparency and communication between the public and our agency. The first fifteen (15) minutes of each meeting are open for public comment, and we invite anyone interested in sharing their comments to view the calendar for meeting dates.