Thom Carter is the Executive Director for the Utah Clean Air Partnership. UCAIR is a non-profit organization established to bring communities together with one goal in mind – improving Utah’s air. Thom has a diverse background, including work in the political and policy arena alongside international experience in professional sports. In the policy world, he has served as an elected official in New Jersey and has also worked on policy initiatives in New Jersey and Utah tied to health care and transportation respectively. Carter’s professional sports background includes growing Major League Baseball’s operations in Australia and helping to build a new indoor football league here in the United States. Thom grew up in the Northeast and went to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Now at UCAIR, Thom sits on the Board of Governors for the Salt Lake Chamber, the Governor’s Energy Advisory Council and Co-Chairs the Healthy Salt Lake Steering Committee. Thom was named a Utah Business Forty under 40 in 2019. Thom works diligently to bring partners together for collective impact in addressing Utah’s air quality challenges.