Brandon Flint


Brandon Flint is superintendent of Golden Spike National Historical Park and Timpanogos Cave National Monument in Utah, and Fossil Butte National Monument in Wyoming. He also serves as the National Park Service (NPS) Utah state coordinator, acting as the liaison to state and local officials as well as other federal agencies, and represents NPS on statewide committees and working groups. Prior to his current position Brandon served as the Chief of Business Services at Cape Cod National Seashore. In 2017, he completed the NPS Bevinetto Fellowship spending a year with the House of Representatives in the Natural Resources Committee staff, and a year with the NPS Office of Legislative Affairs in Washington, D.C. During his time in D.C, he also served as the Interagency Pass Program Manager. Brandon has worked at parks across the country including Lassen Volcanic and Yosemite National Parks in California, Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii. With over 25 years with the National Park Service Brandon takes his role as a steward of the parks with great respect and pride. Brandon is a Utah native growing up in Davis County. He has a bachelor’s degree in Parks and Recreation from Utah State University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Baltimore in Maryland.