Board of Directors

As with traditional 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, the Board is responsible for providing guidance and oversight of staff activities and organization expenditures. Its members serve as P3 Utah's ambassadors who strive to keep the the organization relevant to perceived community priorities and responsive to key stakeholders.

Current P3 Board Members

Jeff Cline is the owner and Chief Investment Officer of Responsible Asset Management in Salt Lake City Utah, providing socially responsible and sustainable investment management services since 1997.  He has over 29 years experience in Investment Management. He began his career with regional brokerage firms and later joined the national firm, Smith Barney. In the early 90’s, Mr. Cline opened his own Broker-Dealer/Registered Investment Advisory in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. He also serves a s a Principal with NPB Financial Group, LLC. a California based Broker-Dealer/Registered Investment Advisor and is a member of the Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA).

Lewis “Smokey” Peck has served as President/co-owner of the Pro Group Recycling Solutions since 2003.  The Pro Group includes three of the original Utah benefit corporations and early members of P3 Utah members: Pro Baler Services (Recycling Equipment), Interwest Paper (Recycling Brokerage Services), and Pro Polymers (Plastic Recycling) Interwest Paper, Pro Polymers and Pro Balers.  Interwest operates in nine western states.  Prior to the Pro Group, Smokey worked as a district manager for Waste Management for 19 years.  Smokey has previously served on the board of the Recycling Coalition of Utah and has been a mentor in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 small businesses program.

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Monthly Board Meetings

Our Board Meetings are generally held once a month and are open to the public, where all major policy positions are taken as a result of a majority vote. Each of our Board members volunteer their time and make financial contributions to the organization.

In valuing strength through diversity, new Board candidates are continually sought who represent companies from all major industries, professions, geographic location, size and who personally represent a range of demographic characteristics and professions. Board members set a high bar for ethical behavior and professional conduct, for themselves, staff and volunteers in carrying out the operations of P3 Utah.