As a statistical analyst, Kyle works to help businesses improve employee morale and better serve their customers. He currently works for Allegiance, Inc., headquartered in South Jordan.
After moving to Glendale, Kyle attended the Westside Leadership Institute (WLI), where he was inspired to become active in his community. In 2004, he created a west-side community yard sale. The growth of that event led Kyle to found People's Market, which continues today as a weekly summer event at Jordan Park. The market hosts a farmer's market, arts and crafts booths, food, kid’s activities and entertainment.
Kyle serves on several boards and commissions that work to improve educational and business opportunities, promote environmental preservation and community events, and provide social services to residents in need. In 2007, Kyle came full circle to the WLI, by serving as a steering committee member, providing assistance in curriculum design, overseeing recruitment, promotion and performance. In 2010, he became an advisory board member for the Salt Lake County Social Service Block Grant program which awards grants to after-school programs, homeless services, and citizenship and literacy programs. That same year, he began serving as an executive team member that provides oversight of the Mountain View Community Learning Center building design and programming.
He’s been an Advisory Board Member for University Neighborhood Partners since 2008, where he participates to develop the relationship between the University of Utah and Glendale/Poplar Grove communities to help students enter college and bring new learning opportunities to Salt Lake's west side. In 2011, Kyle was nominated by his peers to co-chair the Utah Department of Agriculture Council on Urban Agriculture, an organization that advises on the best ways to promote and protect agriculture in urban environments and on the urban fringe. At the time of his election, he was active as a Board Member for the Salt Lake City Open Space Lands Advisory Board which advises on the best use of funds for open space lands.
District Two community councils include Glendale, Poplar Grove, Fairpark and Jordan Meadows. The District also includes the Centennial Park industrial area. Attractions of District 2 include restaurants such as Red Iguana & African Restaurant, the Raging Waters fun park, and the long-time plant nursery, Louise Gardens. Popular community assets of District 2 include the Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center and Unity Center, the Glendale Golf Course, Jordan River Parkway, International Peace Gardens and new 9-Line Trail.
- January 2013
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