Leon P. Hammond

Resource Officer & University Liaison/Board Member

Leon’s eclectic history includes positions in multiple industries and sectors. He has worked in a small, privately held company and the corporate headquarters of General Motors. He consulted on business ethics and the development of a global code of corporate social responsibility. Additionally, he worked in the advancement office of Drew University in New Jersey, was a research associate at the University of Utah, and the executive director of a startup health promotion nonprofit. For more than 25 years, he has served on the Clinical Ethics Committee of the oldest hospital in Utah, St. Mark’s, in Salt Lake City. Leon has also embraced the role of a stay-at-home father. An Episcopalian for more than 40 years, he chairs the advisory committee to the Department of Public Health at Brigham Young University and is a member of its MPH Curriculum Committee. Leon holds three degrees: an MPhil in Religious Ethics from Yale University, an MBA from Harvard University, and a BA in English from Princeton University.