The President's PageScott L. Wyatt
He has been an instructor for Utah State University (USU) and Bridgerland Applied Technology College, a counselor for Student Legal Services at USU, and a law clerk in the Education Division for the Utah Attorney General.
Wyatt was a member of the Snow College Board of Trustees (1993-2005), including its chair from (2001-2005); a student member of the State Board of Regents (1986-1987); and a member of the USU Board of Trustees, as student body president (1985-1985).
He is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of domestic violence and sexual abuse. Wyatt serves as a member of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Department of Justice National Advisory Committee on Domestic Violence and is the vice chair of the Bear River Mental Health Board of Directors. Wyatt is an instructor for the National Institute for the Prosecution of Sexual Violence and a former instructor for the Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative.
He earned a J.D. from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University
of Utah and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and economics from
President Scott & Kathy Wyatt