Jeff Hatch has combined a career in financial management and communications with public policy involvement as a founder of the Coalition for
Jeff received his bachelor’s degree in Communications from
At KUTV, Jeff led the development of two public service campaigns, Baby Your Baby and Check Your Health. The Utah State Department of Health measured a substantial health improvement for newborns as a result, and the TV station added in excess of $1 million new revenues by syndicating the campaigns nationally. KUTV’s Project 2000 series of documentaries inspired the formation of the Coalition for
After CBS acquired KUTV in 1995, Jeff became Executive Director of the UITA Foundation. In 1998, Jeff Hatch acquired the
Highlights of Jeff Hatch’s community service include 8 years as a trustee of Southern Utah, 15 years as Chairman of Pioneer Craft House in
Jeff is married to Margaret "Peggy" Hatch, a psychologist with a private practice is Salt Lake City. They have three children, Evelyn, 32, Christine, 31, and Andrew, 27, and two grandchildren. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys classical music, backcountry skiing and hiking.