Dave went to BYU on a full ride scholarship and graduated from BYU in business with an emphasis in marketing. Dave has been with ADP since then April 1999 and has been top 8 in sales in the country out of 1500 reps. He has qualified for 11 Presidents clubs and has never missed a quarterly Sprint trip.  He passed his series 6 and 63 which allows him to sell retirement plans.


​​​Teaching:

  • Time and Attendance, Overtime, Drive Time – FLSA updates                                                                                                            




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Rick has been in the insurance business for over 25 years. He began as an underwriter and program manager for two specialty risk insurance programs. These programs were specific to Recreation and Guided Activities. In 2000 he moved to Summit Risk Management working as a Risk Manager and Insurance Specialist. Rick holds the Construction Risk & Insurance Specialist (CRIS) designation.  He enjoys helping commercial businesses with their Risk Management and Risk Transfer needs. Rick has worked with hundreds of companies training their supervisor and employees in many areas of compliance and risk management.

​​​Teaching: 

  • OSHA Basics - Multi-employer Citation | Defensive Driving (This is the class approved for WCF credit)
  • Risk Transfer | DOPL Insurance rules update | Pitfalls of Insurance Exclusions
  • Time and Attendance, Overtime, Drive Time – FLSA updates





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Mark R. Hunter started in the Risk Management & Insurance industry in the year 1990. In the year 2000, Mark founded Summit Risk Management & Insurance. Through the years he has helped thousands of employers reduce their exposure to litigation, government audits & fines, and workplace accidents. Mark has also helped employers increase their profitability through tools and training that educate their employees to find bottom-line profit to the employer’s organization.


As a presenter, Mark has trained over fiftenn thousand employers in seminar and education settings in area’s of risk management and compliance such as: Immigration Issues- IRCA/E-verify, FMLA, ADAAA, Sexual Harassments, EEO issues, HIPAA, ERISA, COBRA, The Affordable Care Act, PDA, Employee Handbook, FLSA, and others).

Mark has been published in numerous articles on helping to identify and reduce employer risk. Mark is an OSHA Authorized Trainer, holds the Construction Risk & Insurance Specialist (CRIS) designation, and has been a licensed and practicing insurance broker since 1990.


​​​Teaching:

  • OSHA Basics - Multi-employer Citation | Defensive Driving (This is the class approved for WCF credit)
  • Risk Transfer | DOPL Insurance rules update | Pitfalls of Insurance Exclusions
  • Time and Attendance, Overtime, Drive Time – FLSA updates

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Michael has dedicated his legal career to assisting employers seeking to navigate the maze of state and federal regulations governing their employees. After graduating from law school, Michael practiced management-side labor and employment law at the prestigious labor and employment boutique of Kamer Zucker & Abbott in Las Vegas, Nevada. 


A healthy portion of Michael's practice is dedicated to compliance. He drafts or reviews employee handbooks, employment contracts, policies and procedures, audit client's employment practices, conducts sensitivity training. He conducts workplace investigations. He advises on ADA accommodations, FMLA leave, FLSA exemptions, downsizing, and enforceability of noncompete agreements. He regularly speaks to employer groups about new developments in the law.

When disputes arise, Michael provides a vigorous defense at all stages of the litigation process. He has significant trial, arbitration and mediation experience, including first chair jury trial experience in employment cases. Michael has also enjoyed significant successes at the appellate level, having achieved victories for his clients in the Ninth and Tenth Circuits and the Utah Supreme Court.


​​​Teaching:

  • Lien Law Updates | Construction Contracts

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Jay brings his extensive experience of both individual and group retirement planning to the Foresight Group. He has been awarded the AIF designation by The Center for Fiduciary Studies. As an Accredited Investment Fiduciary, Jay has the skills and expertise to help plan sponsors navigate the complex world of employer sponsored plans. 

Jay holds series 6, 7, 65, 66 registrations from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) which enables him to assist clients with a wide variety of investment strategies. He also maintains a Life and Health License in the state of Utah to help clients protect and preserve their assets.

Raised in the military, Jay has lived all over the country and now resides in Utah County. He enjoys any activity that allows him to spend time with his wife and four children.     


​​​Teaching: 

  • Protect your Assets – Legal entity structuring, retirement planning, and vehicle titles

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Byron DeStigter earned his degree in accounting and business administration and received CPA certification in Utah and Iowa.  For eight years, Byron gained firsthand experience in the management of a construction company at Miller Paving, Inc.  He optimized company profit by continually updating the estimating system for changes in costs and market conditions.  He prepared and analyzed financial statements for Miller Paving and related entities and insured the companies’ financial status met the expectations of the bank and surety.  Byron planned tax saving strategies and annually prepared corporate tax returns.  Prior to going to Miller Paving, Byron worked for the Leverich Group for seven years.  He has worked with small businesses as a CPA for 20 years.


Teaching:  

  • Cost Accounting – How to make money.  Factoring, Revenue Management and Bonding




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Brent received his undergrad degree from University of Utah in Behavioral Science & Health in 1989, and received his MBA from Westminster College in 1991.  He started in the insurance & risk management industry in 1991 as an underwriter for workers’ compensation with Great American Insurance Company.  Then in 1993 he became licensed as an insurance agent.  In 2000, he co-founded Summit Risk Management & Insurance.  


​​​Teaching: 

  • OSHA Basics - Multi-employer Citation | Defensive Driving (This is the class approved for WCF credit)
  • Risk Transfer | DOPL Insurance rules update | Pitfalls of Insurance Exclusions
  • Time and Attendance, Overtime, Drive Time – FLSA updates



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​​​​Lenee’ Jorgenson has been in the Insurance Industry since 1997 specializing in commercial insurance. She enjoys having the opportunity to familiarize herself with different types of companies and then help them protect themselves through risk transfer.  When she can help a business owner by doing what she does best, they can spend more time doing what they do best. 

Lenee’ experience includes the first 5 years of her insurance career in the long haul trucking industry.  She has spent time as a csr, commercial lines department manager, new agent mentor and agency Manager at reputable agencies.  In 2010, Lenee’ moved from St George to Salt Lake City, Utah eventually joining Summit Risk Management & Insurance working as a Risk Manager and Insurance Specialist.  Lenee' holds the Construction Risk & Insurance Specialist (CRIS) designation.


Teaching: 

  • OSHA Basics - Multi-employer Citation | Defensive Driving (This is the class approved for WCF credit)
  • Risk Transfer | DOPL Insurance rules update | Pitfalls of Insurance Exclusions
  • Time and Attendance, Overtime, Drive Time – FLSA updates

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Founding Partner of the accenaGroup-Utah Stormwater Experts. Mr. Dickson manages a team of dedicated local professionals that provide SWPPPs, Inspections, permitting, training, and consulting in Utah since 2005. Ryan is a participating member of the Utah Storm Water Advisory Council (USWAC) and has trained hundreds in storm water compliance while presenting at multiple conferences. 


Teaching: 

  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) – SWPPP requirements for both General Contractors and Subcontractors





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Ashley is a compliance specialist with accenaGroup-Utah Stormwater Experts. Mrs. Lloyd specializes in SWPPP plan development, stormwater compliance documentation, and working with field personnel on projects to achieve and maintain proper documentation. 


Teaching: 

  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) – SWPPP requirements for both General Contractors and Subcontractors






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​David has been a stormwater consultant with accenaGroup-Utah Stormwater Experts.  Mr. Duvall has been an expert SWPPP developer, inspector, and consultant for the past 10 years and has vast experience in construction site, industrial site, MS4 permit, and dewatering compliance. In addition, David has been a sought after trainer at local stormwater conferences and has trained hundreds of stormwater management personnel in proper compliance management. He is also a certified RSI trainer in Utah and is a member of USWAC. 


Teaching: 

  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) – SWPPP requirements for both General Contractors and Subcontractors



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Rob Warcup is an Associate Professor of Construction Management at Utah Valley University.  After graduating from BYU in 2000, he worked as a superintendent, estimator, and project manager for a national construction firm before being introduced to Lean Construction concepts in 2007.  Lean helped his team reduce direct costs by 13% and reduce schedule time by 40% - all while improving quality.  Because of this success and a new enthusiasm for Lean, Rob left the industry in 2009 to pursue a teaching career at UVU where he devoted hours of academic study to Lean Construction.  In 2015 Rob completed his PhD at Utah State University.  His dissertation research focused on transforming company cultures with Lean.  Rob’s passion for Lean Construction keeps him busy training companies and consulting on Lean thinking, Lean tools, and Lean culture.


Teaching: 

  • Lean Construction/Building – What you need to know

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​​Chad Harward has worked with hundreds of businesses assisting owners with realizing the time and money freedom they had envisioned when they first opened their doors. A common myth in business is, “If I am good enough long enough at my trade I will at some point, “arrive” at the time and money freedom that I am “hoping” for. This belief never yields the results the owner is hoping for. It is very emotionally draining and expensive process in business development.  The fast track and predictability in business comes from transitioning your business from a trade focus ie. nuts and bolts to a business focus ie. how do I make money at what I do. Sound business knowledge and execution bridges the gap between sluggish growth and no profits to phenomenal time and money freedom.

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Successful, results and performance driven sales executive with over 20 years’ experience in sales, sales management, business development, national account sales, C-Level relationship building, strategic planning and large account management. Recognized for sales success and leadership through “President Club”, “Representative of the Year”, “Trailblazer “and other awards. As a sales leader and executive recognized for sales strategy creation, exceptional sales growth and superior retention of department personnel. Solution oriented problem solver with extensive cross-functional team building experience in both military and corporate environments. Strong track record of building, developing and leading teams. Proven leader with the ability to adapt to fast paced, evolving and/or uncertain environments. I see every situation as an opportunity and exploit creativity, intelligence, tenacity and drive to achieve success.​


Teaching:

  • Creating your clients experience


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As one of the nation’s top Mortgage Originators, Ken Martello, 2016’s SLHBA’s Associate of the Year, has utilized his knowledge and expertise to help thousands of home owners increase their net wealth and realize the American Dream of owning their own home.  Ken has been a consistent top banker, as well as the In-House lender for Keller Williams South Bay, the largest real estate office in the South Bay for close to ten years.   His reputation has been built on the ability to develop effective mortgage strategies that are most appropriate for his individual client circumstances in combination with these changing market conditions, and his ability really connect with his clients whether they are a 1st time home buyer or the luxury buyer that has complex income issues with multiple companies.  Ken is dedicated to helping his clients develop the right financial strategy across their entire real estate portfolios to meet their long term financial freedom goals.  His approach to the mortgage process is to educate the clients, close on time every time, to close accurately, and to communicate throughout the process. 


​Teaching:

  • Creating your clients experience


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Nathan Burt started his Career with the Utah Highway Patrol in the Port of Entry System in July of 1988.  He spent about ten years in the Ports of Entry System, and was promoted to Lead Agent and Supervisor of the Perry Port of Entry.  He then Supervised the Mobile Port of Entry and spent a couple of years doing this, before moving into the investigative section of UDOT Motor Carrier’s with Commercial Vehicle regulation Enforcement.  His principal duties now are investigative in nature and conducting audits, visiting trucking companies, and teaching seminars on FMCSR regulations.  He has enjoyed his varied positions throughout his long career with the State of Utah.


Teaching:

  • Tips on how contractors can survive a DOT audit.​


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As a Senior Vice President for a regional bank, Brian spent over a decade serving the banking needs of businesses with annual revenues up to $20 million. Business owners regularly sought his advice on cash forecasting, commercial lending, cash management, foreign transactions, and cost-benefit analysis of various capital investments and divestitures of assets. He is a graduate of the Colorado Graduate School of Banking, a graduate certificate program that fosters an advanced understanding of the ever-changing
banking environment. Brian was consistently recognized by his employer as one of the top ranked bankers in the company.


As a Partner of a tax and accounting firm since 2007, Brian helps his clients navigate the regular changes to the tax laws that impact them, an objective complimented by the knowledge he gained while obtaining a Master’s Degree in Taxation from Weber State University. His coursework in corporate, partnership, individual and real estate taxation is an added value to his client base. Brian completed an extensive program and exam in the field of business appraisals. It is estimated that $1 trillion of business enterprise value will be transferred to buyers or estate heirs in the next ten years. During Brian’s tenure in commercial banking, he supervised the financing packages associated with several business acquisitions and sales. Business owners anticipating ownership changes in the coming years will find Brian’s background to be a strong compliment to their advisory board as they prepare for future changes. He lives in Kaysville, Utah with his wife, Ashley, and daughters Kylie, Madison and Brynlee.


Teaching:  
Cost Accounting – How to make money.  Revenue Management and Bonding



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​Charley Beesley is a stormwater consultant with accenaGroup-Utah Stormwater Experts. Mr. Beesley specializes in supporting private sector operations and MS4 permit requirements with SWPPP development, SWPPP reviews, Training, Permitting, Inspections and Annual reporting.

Teaching: 
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) – SWPPP requirements for both General Contractors and Subcontractors


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Ryan Dickson

801-701-6188

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Charles Beesley

801-701-6188

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Chad Harward

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David Duvall

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Justin Peterson

801-506-2716

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801-718-1302

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