Brian Greene was elected to the Utah House of Representatives in 2012. He holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Brigham Young University's J. Reuben Clark Law School, where he graduated with honors in 1995. He has been admitted to both the Washington State Bar Association and the Utah Bar Association, and has held real estate and insurance licenses in Utah.
Brian is the owner and manager of a commercial real estate investment firm specializing in fractional-interest investments and 1031 exchanges. He also maintains a legal practice focused on business and real estate transactions, public interest law and governmental affairs.
In addition to his career pursuits, he has contributed his time and expertise through service on local government committees studying land use issues. His personal interests include history and politics, traveling with his wife, and participating in Utah’s abundant outdoor activities with his three sons.
Brian has been a resident of Utah County for more than 20 years. Having joined the Republican Party at the age of 18 when he cast his first vote for Ronald Reagan, he has been a Republican for over 30 years. Brian's legislative priorities are restoring the proper role of government at all levels, defending individual liberties and reducing unnecessary regulation.
Brian and his wife, Renee, are the proud parents of three boys: Matthew, Kevin and Tyler
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