The Committee of Consumer Services is a nine-member layperson board within the Office of Consumer Services. Its purpose is to advise the Office and to help establish policy objectives for the Office. Committee members are appointed by the Governor to four-year terms. Utah law requires that Committee members represent certain segments of the population and have relevant professional and technical expertise.
Kelly Casaday is the founding partner of Letter23 - formerly W Communications, a Salt Lake City based advertising and public relations agency. He has over 20 years experience in designing and implementing public relation and communications campaigns.
Kelly has managed dozens of award winning media and awareness campaigns for public and private clients including the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Jiffy Lube, Merit Medical, the Boyer Company, Wal-Mart, the Utah Department of Health and numerous other clients. He also has managed political campaigns for Republican Party candidates across the United States. Kelly is very involved in the community and has served as the Western States Chairman of the Boys and Girls Clubs, Zone Commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America and is the past Chair of the Sandy City Board of Adjustments and the Sandy Transportation Committee.
Kelly was re-appointed to the Committee of Consumer Services and named chairman by Governor Huntsman. His term expires June 30, 2012. He serves as the small commercial consumer member of the Committee.
Kelly and his wife Ann live with their five children and one dog in Sandy, Utah.