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Meet Traci Gundersen

Draper Park School 8

Traci is a long-time Draper resident, where she has lived with her two children for over 10 years. She currently serves as a Commissioner on the Draper Planning & Zoning Commission and has in-depth knowledge of the city boundaries, zone & land use issues, site plan review, and conditional use permit processes.

Traci obtained her bachelors degree at BYU in political science and a Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine School of Law. She is a licensed attorney in the state of Utah where she has worked in both private practice and government prosecution as an Assistant Attorney General.

One of Traci’s hobbies has been real estate sales and transactions. She is particularly adept at understanding the nuances of sales agent and broker ethics standards, as well as the Utah Real Estate Purchase Contract (REPC) form, which she assisted in drafting and reviewing in 2008 while working at the Utah AG’s office.

In 2010, Traci was appointed by Governor Gary Herbert as the Director of the Utah Division of Consumer Protection, where for several years she managed the state agency tasked with protecting consumers from fraudulent business practices.

If you’d like to know more about Traci:

— Her two children are identical twin boys who are currently in third grade at Draper Elementary.

— She lived in the South Mountain area for ten years, before moving to north Draper near Juan Diego this summer.

— She loves the Utah Symphony and attending music concerts at USANA.

— She was on The Price is Right in law school, when Bob Barker was still the host. She didn’t own a car to pull the 21′ travel trailer that she won on the Showcase Showdown.

— Traci was the student secretary of Lavell Edwards during her senior year at BYU, who promised her that if she ever dated any player on the football team who broke up with her, he would kick that player off the team.

— Her favorite landlord/tenant case was heard before the Indiana Court of Appeals, which has published its opinion here. (And check out the Court’s sua sponte commentary in Footnote 1!)

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