Utah Water Ways Hires Tage Flint as First Executive Director and Elects Greg Miller Chair of Board of Directors

Utah Water Ways Hires Tage Flint as First Executive Director and Elects Greg Miller Chair of Board of Directors

Published 09-07-23

For Immediate Release

September 5, 2023

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Water Ways today announced it has hired Tage Flint as the nonprofit’s first Executive Director. Tage Flint brings over 35 years of experience in water resource management to the role, most recently serving as the CEO and General Manager of the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tage to lead the Utah Water Ways partnership,” said Greg Miller, newly-elected Chair of the Utah Water Ways Board of Directors. “Tage has proven his knowledge and strategic leadership through decades of responsible water management throughout the state. His experience and keen insight has made him well respected in Utah’s water community. We are confident he will be a great leader for Utah Water Ways and will build a strong foundation for success as we work to address the state’s water challenges.”

“There is no one better suited to execute the vision of Utah Water Ways than Tage,” said Speaker Brad Wilson. “His unique experience and expertise of Utah’s water resources, along with his foresight and leadership will help set Utah on a prosperous path as we aim to address our water challenges. I also appreciate the Utah Water Ways board members, including Chair Greg Miller, for their willingness to serve and work together to make Utah a better place for current and future generations.” 

About the new position, Tage Flint offered the following statement: “I am honored to be joining Utah Water Ways at such a critical time for the state’s water future. This team will represent the very best of Utah—across both government and private sectors—and I am excited about the work our unified efforts can accomplish. I am committed to working with the Board of Directors, staff, and partners to ensure that Utah has a sustainable water future for generations to come.”

About Utah Water Ways

Established through HB 307 (2023 GS), Utah Water Ways is a 501(c)(3) public-private partnership dedicated to coordinating efforts within Utah to optimize the use of the state’s water resources. We are dedicated to promoting the proper use of water and educating citizens and businesses alike about efficient water use in the state, in an effort to meet the State’s water conservation goals.



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