Sr. Vice President, Community Impact and Public Policy
Bill Crim is the Sr. Vice President of Community Impact and Public Policy for United Way of Salt Lake, where he leads and supports the organization’s community change and legislative efforts.
Prior to joining United Way, Bill worked for 13 years as a community organizer, policy analyst, lobbyist and then executive director of Utah Issues, a state-level research and public policy advocacy organization focused on health care, housing, education, poverty, and economic opportunity.
Bill is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Utah, teaching a course on the role of non-profit organizations in communities, and he provides frequent strategic planning consultation to non-profit organizations. He is a national trainer for the Center for Lobbying in the Public Interest and has been appointed by the Governor to serve on the Utah State Council on Workforce Services, the Utah Health Data Committee, the Utah Commission on Volunteers, and the Utah State Homeless Coordinating Committee.
Bill graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Utah with a degree in Political Science. He is a native of Utah, is married to a public school math teacher, and has two teenage boys.