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!


All Millcreek residents have economic stability in an equitable and inclusive local economy.

Coalition Objectives:

Objective 1:  Help all Millcreek residents fully participate in the local economy through wrap around support 

Objective 2:  Help all Millcreek residents--desiring employment or seeking better employment--successfully find employment 

Objective 3:  Help all Millcreek residents understand the financial system and utilize it to bank and save 

Objective 4:  Help all Millcreek residents have affordable, high-speed internet and quality devices in their homes 

Economic Wellbeing Coalition Partners

  • Granite Credit Union
  • Granite Peaks Adult Education Center 
  • Housing Connect 
  • National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) 
  • Salt Lake Community College 
  • Voices for Utah Children 
  • USU-Extension 
  • Utah Broadband Center 
  • Utah Housing Coalition 
  • Zions Bank 
  • United Way 
  • & more to come! 

Meetings at City Hall: 

Meetings are held at City Hall every other month on the 2nd Wednesday at 1 PM.

Want to be a part of this Collective Impact work? Fill out this Volunteer Form.

Need One-on-One Help? 

The Economic Wellbeing Committee can provide you with: 

  • Tech support 
  • Affordable connectivity program sign-up 
  • Low-cost, refurbished laptop or desktop 
  • Support for your housing search 
  • Case management 
  • Support for your financial assistance search 
  • Referrals 
  • & more! 

Contact the Promise Economic Wellbeing Coordinator at 801-214-2612 or email at