With roots in Utah, California, and Hawaii, Dallin brings three years of experience with non-profits to Namati in his role as Executive Associate.
Dallin graduated magna cum laude from Utah State University with degrees in economics and international business, where he was accepted into the interdisciplinary Huntsman Scholar program. With his class, he studied abroad in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, and France and learned firsthand the importance of the law and intercultural collaboration in solving some of society’s most pressing issues. Like Bryan Stevenson, he believes that “each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done” and hopes to use his education and experience to help people find access to justice.
Previously Dallin interned in the United States Senate, worked as a research associate for Strata Policy, and completed a research fellowship with the Center for Growth and Opportunity. He has presented on German energy policy and internet commerce taxes in the United States at conferences in Logan, UT; Lahaina, HI; and Las Vegas, NV.
Dallin is an outdoor enthusiast and spends much of his free time skiing, hiking, attending concerts, and conversing over brunch.
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