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Monday, October 15
11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Grand America Hotel | 555 Main Street, SLC


Join us to honor this year's awardees and listen to our keynote, UVU President Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez, for a compelling discussion on the importance of a global perspective for the future of Utah. 

Born into extreme poverty in the Philippines, Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez relied on education to rise and become an international leader in the tech industry. She’ll share her story and her thoughts on Utah’s position in the global market – and what that means for the fastest growing county and university in the state. Click here to watch Dr. Tuminez share a little of her story. Dr. Tuminez became the seventh president of Utah Valley University in 2018. She is the first woman to serve full-time as UVU president.

Governor Gary Herbert will present the awards and will speak on Utah County and the explosive growth headed its way. He’ll share what we need to do to ensure the area remains a great place to live – including his vision for Utah County (and the rest of the state) as an example of quality growth, nationally and internationally. Click here for the PDF invitation.


Announcing the 2018 Common Good Award Recipients

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Larry H. Miller Group – Gail Miller
Gail Miller has fostered a strong legacy of giving back to the communities in which her company does business. Last year the Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation offered to match up to $10 million in donations towards services and programs provided by Shelter the Homeless, a SaltLake County-based nonprofit working to build three new shelters and resource centers in 2019.

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Cowboy Partners – Dan Lofgren
Cowboy Partners is committed to the idea that our community is a profoundly better place when we succeed in nurturing and creating affordable housing and housing stability. Led by founder Dan Lofgren, the Cowboy Partners team has applied itself with remarkable tenacity and with an innovating approach to creating affordable housing solutions in a decades-long effort that continues to grow.

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Kids On The Move – Scott Bean
For more than 30 years, Kids On the Move has focused on early intervention, early head start, and autism programs that support the development of young children and their families. With an autistic daughter of his own, Scott Bean, KOTM Chief Executive Officer, knows first-hand what parents of disabled children face. He and the KOTM team use that empathy and their professional expertise to help families find hope and answers for their individual situations.

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The 2018 Common Good Awards are Proudly Sponsored By:


Gold Sponsors

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Silver Sponsors

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Bronze Sponsors    

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Envision Utah is Grateful for a Generous Matching Grant From: