Marcia White is a Council Member on the Ogden City Council. In her third term, she has focused efforts applying data-driven solutions, financial and operational stability, and bringing forth actions relating to sustainability for Ogden City. She brings business expertise to the city and the council through education and policy.
Serving on several boards with diverse missions and constituents, Marcia is active with local and state policy development committees. She was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Utah League of Cities and Towns, representing 249 cities and towns at the state and federal levels.
Marcia is currently the regional economic development planner for the Wasatch Front Regional Council where she works with counties along the Wasatch Front to support the regional, local and state vision of improving local economies. Prior to joining WFRC, she was the Director of the Community and Neighborhoods Division for Salt Lake City. Marcia’s
career was been based in the healthcare industry working with hospitals and physicians with business development and strategic planning.
Marcia received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial & Management Systems Engineering and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Nebraska. She has continued her education receiving a paralegal certification from Weber State University and taking leadership and planning courses at MIT.
When not serving her community or working, you can find Marcia riding her bike, walking her dog, or fishing (usually not catching) with her wife in the place we call home.