Preservation Utah

08 February 2019

Want to be a leader in Utah's historic preservation movement and make a different in communities throughout the state? Preservation Utah (previously known as Utah Heritage Foundation) continually seeks nominations to the Board of Trustees, taking application year round for consideration. Our governing board sets the organization's program, budget, and policies, but importantly guides our preservation strategy on key preservation issues. Expectations of trustees are to develop and share your personal story, govern responsibly, participate on a committee, make an annual gift, and fill at table at one of the two fundraising events. Recommended for all trustees are to contribute expertise, give or find additional financial support, make connections for us, attend other Preservation Utah functions, and fulfill the need for in-kind donations.

Nonprofit Board Information

  • Board or Committee Title: Board of Trustees
  • Type of Nonprofit: Arts, Culture, & Humanities
  • Address: Salt Lake City
  • Phone Number: 801-533-0858
  • Organization's Mission: To keep history alive, not for preservation alone, but to inspire and provoke a more creative present and sustainable future.
  • Organization's Programs and Services: Advocacy, Tours, Low Interest Loans, Preservation Easements, Heritage Awards, Utah Preservation Conference, Teacher and Student Resources, Volunteering
  • Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement: While the organization does not have an official statement, Preservation Utah embraces people and perspectives of all backgrounds.
  • Skills & Talents of Ideal Candidate: Preservation Utah's board benefits from having a wide array of skills, talents, and attributes present in its members. While professional backgrounds in architecture, planning, real estate, design, and legal are directly relevant, we consistently seek members with expertise in marketing, teaching, writing, graphic design, nonprofit management, organizational development, fundraising, accounting, and finance, among others.
  • Meeting Frequency: 6 meetings annually
  • Meeting Times: 5:00 pm
  • Meeting Location: Typically in a SLC location
  • Overall Time Commitment: 3 hours per month
  • Current Number of Board Members: 17
  • Current Number of Board Vacancies: 8
  • What Can this Board Position offer the Applicant?: An engaging, interactive experience through gaining a better understanding of the complexities of saving historic buildings, setting the course for an organization to thrive, and help achieve success to make communities better places through saving their built heritage.
  • Application Process/Instructions: Complete the application below and it will be reviewed by the Executive Committee.
  • Contact for Questions: