After earning a bachelor’s degree in international relations, William (“Bill”) O. Perry IV went on to graduate from BYU cum laude with his juris doctorate. He worked as a corporate attorney at Dechert, LLP in Pennsylvania, but eventually returned to Utah, where he’s sat on a number of boards and commissions. These have included serving under Governor Huntsman as a member of the Utah Land Use and Eminent Domain Advisory Board, being appointed to the Commission on Civics and Character Education, and acting as a real estate commissioner. Now, Perry works at Perry Homes Inc., which spans Utah and Idaho. He is also the vice president of the Utah Property Right Coalition, a nonprofit advocacy group. As busy as he is, Perry hasn’t forgotten his alma mater, and works as adjunct faculty at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, where he teaches a course on the United Nations. Finally, Perry also happily holds the position of husband and father; he and his wife, Kacey, have four children.