Jonathan O. Hafen is an attorney at Parr Brown Gee & Loveless. He typically represents businesses either bringing or defending lawsuits. Lately, he has spent a significant part of his professional time seeking to recover tens of millions of dollars on behalf of victims of one of the country’s largest ponzi schemes. In addition to serving the needs of his clients, Jon cares deeply about his community. He has served as a mentor to many, leading the Utah State Bar to award him its inaugural Charlotte Miller Mentoring Award. Jon has been a member of the Salt Lake Chamber’s Board of Governors for many years and currently serves as the Chamber’s Co-Chair of Public Policy along with Amanda Covington. He has received numerous service awards, including from the Salt Lake Chamber, BYU Law School, and the Federal Bar Association. He currently serves as the President of BYU’s Alumni Association, which has over 430,000 members. Jon supports Utah’s arts community, and has served for many years as Board Chair of Tuacahn Center for the Arts. Jon is an active participant in organizations supporting diversity and inclusion, including his current service on the board of the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion. Jon loves reading, sports, and traveling with his family. He is honored to be involved with Utah’s Women’s Leadership Institute.