Mr. Christensen was born in the Salt Lake area but moved to Bountiful where he grew up and graduated from Bountiful High. He studied civil engineering at the University of Utah for a short time and then started on the "what do I want to be when I grow up" path. He worked as a draftsman for a civil engineering firm early in that path and later changed directions, a number of times, finally ending up as a computer programmer analyst.
Mr. Christensen has served in several Kearns community related positions over the years and enjoyed that service and the people he has served with. In February 2014, Governor Gary Herbert appointed Mr. Christensen to represent District 2, Kearns/Magna, on the Board of Trustees of the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District.
Mr. Christensen married his wife Sharman in 1973 and they are still happily married, even after raising eight children (four girls and four boys) and now having fourteen grandchildren (and waiting for more). He bought his first and only house in Kearns in 1978 and he and his family moved to the area, which they made their home.
Jeff Monson has over 16 years of work experience in human resources and the organizational management field. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix.
Jeff has gained his experience by working with private and public organizations like: Intermountain Health Care, American Employment, HR Group Central, Lab One, Mountain America Credit Union, Equity Capital Group and for the last 10 years with Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center as the HR Manager. Jeff also has 12 years of Trustee experience from serving on a Board of Trustees with another Special District.
While working with these organizations, Jeff has gained a wide range of experience from working with many small and medium sized organizations by assisting them with their human resources, safety, financial and benefit management programs. Jeff brings this knowledge and expertise with him to help advise and assist Kearns Improvement District in the opportunities and challenges that may arise.
Mrs. Hatch has been a resident of Kearns since 1988 and been an active volunteer in the community who is dedicated to building community pride in our district. She shares a love for the rich history of Kearns and a daughter who was Little Miss Kearns 2007 and Miss Kearns Queen in 2014.
Mrs. Hatch has worked in non-profit over several years and held many positions working directly with volunteers and staff to improve communication and Standard Operating Procedures. She has gained her experience in private and public youth organizations developing programming and curriculum to improve educational growth. As a volunteer serving in the community she has mentored and created committees to promote and improve communications and fundraising.
Mrs. Hatch married her husband Joe in 1989 and has 2 beautiful daughters who both graduated from Kearns High. She brings her knowledge and experience to help advise Kearns Improvement District on the opportunities to improve communication and education for district customers.