May 27, 2020 • 9M

Dave Bierschied on Political Representation in National Politics

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#plugintodevin Show - Devin Thorpe for Congress Guest: Dave Bierschied Office Held: City Council Moab President Moab Chamber of Commerce. Issue: Fair representation of the diverse group of residents of SE Utah at a National level. Because of political bias we haven't had a say in local issues for many decades. We need statesmen and not politically connected representatives. Who will listen and be fair minded. Bio: Raised here in Moab, Dave has experienced firsthand the evolution of Moab from a Uranium Boomtown to an International Resort Destination. Prior to real estate, Dave had careers as a Journeyman Iron Worker, Power Line Designer for Utah Power and Light, and as a General Manager of a local hotel in Moab. He started his real estate career in 1996 and has worked every aspect of the industry; representing sellers, buyers, and investors in both the residential and commercial markets. He believes strongly that it is not only his duty to represent his clients to the best of his ability, but also to educate them throughout every step of the process, so that his clients can make the best decisions possible. Dave is a firm believer in giving back and is particularly passionate about education. He volunteers several days a week in his daughter's classroom and has chaired committees for the Local Board of Education. Community Involvement: Local Board of Realtors and Utah Association of Realtors, President in Local Board for 5 Terms Moab Rotary Member, President 2016 & 2018 AG 2017-2020 Rim Village Vistas HOA Board President Moab City Council, Moab Chamber of Commerce, President for 2 Terms Utah Regional Wildlife Committee, Chair for 10 Years Canyonlands Field Institute, Board President 5 Years, Blue Ribbon Committee that worked with BLM and resulted in the Development of the Colorado River Corridor BLM Regional Advisory Council, Grand County School District Friend of Education Award Recipient Website: Facebook: Linkedin: #plugintodevin #UtahValues #BoldSolutions #UTpol