Tricia has worked extensively over the past 10 years to represent Layton and the State of Utah at trade shows and conference all around the country and after starting her own business in 2017, Tricia has worked with companies from all over the world who are looking to move into Utah and local companies who are looking to grow from within.
Originally from a small town in southwest Georgia, Tricia may not be from Layton, but she got here as fast as she could. As a military wife, and then with the private sector, Tricia and her family have lived and worked all over this great country. Being in the construction and consulting industry for over 20 years, Tricia has extensive experience in business development, marketing and multi-project management with a regional and national focus.
Tricia has worked tirelessly to establish a strong network of community and business leaders throughout all sectors of her community and acts as a facilitator to help build strong project teams with a focus on proper land use, smart growth, workforce housing, regional cooperation and urban revitalization to implement solutions for better communities.
In 2017, Tricia decided to start her own consulting company helping national and international companies grow their businesses in Utah. Through her professional career, Tricia has focused on the "highest and best use of land" and available resources, not what is easiest or convenient. This has gained Tricia respect and credibility as one of the top consultants in the State of Utah.
In her free time, Tricia enjoys spending time with her family (husband Kevin, kids, Victoria and Devon, grandson, Adam and puppy Pepper) traveling and trying not to kill all of her flower beds. As a family, they love hiking and finding new adventures around Utah.
Tricia has had the pleasure of serving on multiple boards that focus on land use, women’s leadership, young leader mentorship and speaks regularly to community groups, colleges and universities.
Boards and Community Groups
-Layton City Planning Commission 2015-present
-American Cancer Society-Volunteers of America
-Urban Land Institute Public Private Partnership Council
-Urban Land Institute Sustainability Council
-Urban Land Institute Utah District Council
-Society for Marketing Professional Services
-Utah Women’s Business Forum
-Utah Leadership Alumni-Commercial Real Estate Women
-National Association of Women in Construction
-International Council of Shopping Centers
-University of Utah
-Brigham Young University
-Salt Lake Community College
-Urban Land Institute
-Women’s Business Forum
-The Wave Women
-Salt Lake Chamber
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