Economic Wellbeing Committee

Collyn Mosquito Head Shot

As a Millcreek resident of four years, Collyn Mosquito takes pride in his city and is passionate about the residents here.  Originally from Alaska, Collyn came to Utah for an education, but after living here for ten years he now calls Utah home. Collyn attended Westminster to earn his master’s degree in Community Leadership. Now, as the new Economic Wellbeing Coordinator for Millcreek Promise, he oversees programs to assist residents with employment, technology and internet access, financial stability needs, housing, and more. If you ever need a helping hand, Collyn is your man!


Enhance the economic well-being of Millcreek residents who are unemployed, underemployed or that have been denied access to education or vocational training that would result in their being able to better provide for themselves and their families.

Population level goals:

“All Millcreek families are financially capable and able to provide for their families and improve their quality of life.”

Target location:  84106, 84107

Meet: 2nd  Wednesday of every month 1-2 pm

Want to be a part of this Collective Impact work? Fill out this volunteer form



Promise Internet Essentials- Launch in home internet access in 100 homes by Dec. 2021 (funding for 100~).

Launch 1 Millcreek COMCAST Lift Project zone in 2021.

*Increase options for digital inclusion (team up with the City, students, school district, nonprofits, and businesses)


Robust Job Fair- Provide access to and enroll 50 English Language Learners in employment improvement resources (through Millcreek Job Fairs in May and September).

*Define employment improvement resources- ex. increase employee transportation options to job interviews (Connect # residents to the Lyft “Lyftup” program)

CHAIR: Suzi Sands

Founder & CEO, Aviva Woman's Clinic

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Why are you interested in the Millcreek Promise Health Committee Mission?

"Because I am interest in supporting cities that want to build sustainable, equitable and inclusive communities through asset-based approaches. The opposite of asset-based is needs-based, which generally looks for deficits and gaps instead of what the community already offers or can potentially offer.  I care most about 1) livable wages; 2) community support; and 3) job training."