Stan Lockhart, Government Affairs Manager, IM Flash Technologies, Inc
Stan Lockhart has worked in the technology industry for over 28 years in computer security and semiconductor manufacturing. He has been instrumental in bringing thousands of jobs to Utah.
Stan is dedicated to helping young people achieve their hopes and dreams and was recently appointed to the Utah State Board of Education. He believes that students learn better when they can touch, feel and experience subject matter and has evangelized Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education, serving on Utah’s STEM Action Center Board and spearheading a multimillion dollar STEM media campaign.
Stan is President of the Boy Scouts Utah National Parks Council, serving almost 90,000 young people. He is an Eagle Scout and recipient of the Silver Beaver award. He is past President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Utah County and Utah Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs. Stan sits on the Leonardo Museum Board of Directors and Thanksgiving Point Board of Advisors both renown for their hands-on learning.
Stan is a member of the Lone Peak Hospital Board of Directors. He serves on the University of Utah College of Engineering Industry Board. He served for 13 years on the Utah Manufacturers Association Board of Directors, ten years on the Utah Technology Council Board of Trustees, ten years on the Utah Taxpayer Association Board of Directors, and six years on the Utah State Council on Workforce Services. He is past President of the Utah Energy Users Assn and served on the Rocky Mountain Power Customer Advisory Board. He is a past member of the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce Board and the Provo Rotary Club. He spent eight years as a Utah High School Basketball Official.
Stan received the “Ronald Reagan Award” for his service in the Republican Party, where he has served in many positions, including chairman of the Utah Republican Party. He has served on the Provo City Council, including as its chairman, in addition to the Provo Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment and Provo Library Board.
Stan went to BYU on a Leadership Scholarship, graduating with degrees in Business Management and Spanish. There he met his wife Becky who later served as Utah’s first Woman Speaker of the House in the Utah Legislature. Becky passed away suddenly January 17, 2015 from Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease. They have three children; Hannah, Emily and Stephen.