Linda Clark Gillmor has been actively involved in rural business development for 40 years in both the private and public sector. Linda and her husband Jamie were co-owners of a third generation livestock business and co-founders of Morgan Valley Lamb LLC, a company dedicated to marketing local agricultural products. Linda entered the public sector in 2007 as the Economic Development Director for Millard County, and now serves as Director of the Office of Rural Development (ORD) and as the Associate Managing Director of Urban & Rural Business Services at the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED).
Linda has a BA degree in business from Utah State University as well as an MS degree in human resources from the same institution. She has served in leadership positions on state, county and regional boards, and industry associations such as the Utah Alliance for Economic Development, the Governor’s Rural Partnership Board, and as a member of the Board of Trustees for Utah State University.
Linda is a strong advocate for all rural counties, and is working to increase collaboration between urban and rural business communities, state and federal agencies and industry associations.
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