Now Hiring | Pioneer Park Coalition | Community Organizer & Impact Agent

The Pioneer Park Coalition is now hiring.We are seeking a Community Organizer and Impact Agent.

From our Executive Director:

“I’ve been at this job for over six months now but I still do not know most of you. That is a problem. To help address that, we are bringing someone on board to get out and visit you and learn your concerns so we can work together to make this neighborhood safer. Please pass along to anyone you think might be interested.”

David Garbett
Pioneer Park Coalition

Community Organizer and Impact Agent

The Pioneer Park Coalition is seeking a recent graduate to help organize residents and businesses in Salt Lake City’s Pioneer Park neighborhood to address public safety and to assist in its mission of positive impact.

What You Will Do

  • Contact residents and businesses in neighborhood to learn concerns
  • Help contact policy makers and law enforcement to address those concerns
  • Create systems to solve problems
  • Approach issues with compassion and an open-mind
  • Help transform this neighborhood into a safe, welcoming environment
  • Address some of the trickiest problems in our community

Why You Should Apply

  • You want to make a difference
  • You want to drive policy in one of the most important topics of the day
  • You enjoy working with people to solve problems
  • You want opportunity for growth and responsibilities

About the Pioneer Park Coalition

The Pioneer Park Coalition was formed four years ago to make Pioneer Park and its surrounding neighborhood safe for everyone. Along the way, we realized that this mission would mean advocating to improve homeless resources. Our efforts have helped to bring about significant change in the way those resources are provided. We hope to continue those improvements while driving impact for the better in this neighborhood.

Compensation – commensurate with experience but likely between $30,000 and $35,000.


  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Ability to interact with others and to listen.
  • Desire to solve problems.

How to Apply – send cover letter and resume to as soon as possible. This posting will be open until the position is filled.

Meet the New Pioneer Park Coalition Board Leadership | Salt Lake City

The Pioneer Park Coalition Board is a group of like-minded individuals from all walks of life who have a vested interest in revitalizing the west side of Salt Lake City.

At a recent monthly meeting of the Pioneer Park Coalition Board, a new Executive Board was elected as PPC’s new leadership. We are excited to introduce you to them.

Meet the New Pioneer Park Coalition Board Leadership

Tiffanie Provost Price: Chair

Tiffanie is the owner of Axiom Properties, a real estate investment company, specializing in Salt Lake City commercial properties with small business tenants. She is President and founder of AxisT, an event equipment rental and retail business. Tiffanie received her BS in Economics from Westminster College.
Tiffanie has been involved with and worked around the Pioneer Park and Rio Grande area for many years. With the recent effort and issues involving Rio Grande, Tiffanie became an early member of the Pioneer Park Coalition.
She is on the Salt Lake County Collective Impact steering committee on Homelessness. She was a member of both the Salt Lake City’s Homeless Services Site Evaluation Commission and Mayor’s Biskupski’s transition committee.
Tiffanie lives in Salt Lake City with her husband, Steve. She has two sons and five step-children.

Dave Kelly: Vice Chair

If you missed our blog post highlighting PPC board member and new Vice Chair Dave Kelly, make sure you check it out here! You may get to see Dave in a whole new light…

James H Deans: Secretary & Legal Adviser

James Deans will be continuing on as the Pioneer Park Coalitions secretary and legal adviser.
Jim graduated from South Western University Law School in 1978.
He was a housing attorney for 39 years. He also served as a draftsman of housing legislation, past president of the Apartment Association, and was a consultant to the Russian Government on Housing Law in 1992.

Lynn Ames: Treasurer

Lynn joined CAPTRUST in 2017 when Knox Capital Group merged its wealth management practice with CAPTRUST. He has had a long and successful career in tax consulting.

Lynn spent seven years with Deloitte before becoming director of tax for Ballard Medical Products, a mid-size public company that was very active with mergers and acquisitions during his tenure. After assisting Ballard through a sale of its business, he joined Ernst & Young where he became tax partner and ran the tax practice for 13 years. During that time, Lynn worked with many of Utah’s largest companies.

Additionally, he has assisted many ultra-high-net-wealth clients purchase and exit businesses. Lynn is a firm believer that structuring tax-efficient transactions puts money in the hands of bright, visionary entrepreneurs who can use those funds to create great businesses, new jobs, and a stronger economy.


  • Baccalaureate of Art degree in accountancy from the University of Utah
  • Master of Professional Accountancy degree from the University of Utah


  • Certified Public Accountant


  • Chairman, Intermountain Research and Medical Foundation
  • Board of Trustees, Intermountain Central Region
  • Board of Trustees, Pioneer Park Coalition
  • Board of Trustees, University of Utah – Tanner Dance