Kelvyn H. Cullimore Jr.

Kelvyn H. Cullimore Jr.
President and CEO, BioUtah

Kelvyn H. Cullimore Jr. was named President and CEO of BioUtah, the state trade association for life science companies, in October 2018. In that capacity, he also serves on the board of the World Trade Center Utah and on the advisory board of the Center for Medical Innovation at the University of Utah.

From 1992 to 2018 Mr. Cullimore was the President & CEO of Dynatronics Corporation, a leading manufacturer of physical therapy devices and products with an international reach. Dynatronics is a publicly traded, Cottonwood Heights, Utah based company originally founded by Mr. Cullimore and his father in 1979. He served on the Board of Directors for Dynatronics until December 2019.

From 2003 to 2016, Mr. Cullimore served on the board of directors of the Medical Device Manufacturers Association headquartered in Washington, D.C. He is a past Trustee of the Utah Technology Council an industry association which, at the time, included life science and high-tech companies.

In addition to his professional career, Mr. Cullimore was elected the first Mayor of Cottonwood Heights in November, 2004 and served in that capacity until January 2018. As Mayor, Mr. Cullimore was a member of the board of the largest fire agency in Utah, the Unified Fire Authority, serving as the chairman of its finance committee. He also served on numerous other County and State committees and was the chair of the Mayor’s committee that formed the Canyons School District, the first new school district in Utah in 100 years. Mayor Cullimore was a recipient of the Best of State Award in 2008 as the Best Elected Official.

Mr. Cullimore has served in many positions for the Boy Scouts of America, including Scoutmaster, and in 2002 received the District Award of Merit for his service.

He graduated cum laude from Brigham Young University in 1980 with a degree in Financial and Estate Planning. Kelvyn and his wife, Laurie Lyn Cullimore, are the parents of five children and have fourteen grandchildren.