Brent Chamberlain

Brent Chamberlain, Utah Clean Cities Board

Brent is currently serving as a Kane County Commissioner.  Prior to Kane County he served as a Kanab City Councilman for six year.  After retiring from 32 years in the mining industry he and his wife Kathy moved to Kanab Utah in 2011.  Brent was the Human Resources Director, and Safety and Health Director for several mining companies.   

Brent was raised in Southern Utah, attending public schools in St. George and Cedar City.  He attended Southern Utah State College, now Southern Utah University. 

Brent has served on numerous boards and Commissions on a federal, state and local level.  He served on the Federal Mine Safety and Health Research Advisory Committee, Nevada State Committee on Higher Education, Great Basin College Advisory Board, Nevada Commission on Sports, Great Basin Hospital Board and others. 

Jack Hedge

Jack Hedge

Executive Director, Utah Inland Port Authority

Jack Hedge assumed the role of the Executive Director of the Utah Inland Port Authority in June of 2019. His charge is to develop and build the nation’s leading sustainable intermodal logistics hub that will help prepare for, support and manage Utah’s continuing economic growth. Hedge will focus on expanding economic opportunity and international trade while mitigating the impacts to air quality, traffic congestion and habitat.

Hedge was previously the director of cargo and industrial real estate for the Port of Los Angeles. In this role, Hedge lead the development, leasing and asset management functions of the largest container port complex in North America, managing a $4 billion portfolio and more than $270 billion in cargo annually. Hedge’s previous roles include director of real estate and asset management for the Port of Tacoma, managing director for North American Energy Services Capital and Development Manager at Enserch International LTD.