Gage Hart Zobell I was born 50 miles from our family ranch in the small town of Dillon in the southwestern part of Montana. I was raised on the family ranch in Jackson, MT and enjoyed fishing, hiking, riding horses, and working with cattle. I spent part of my summers in the Rigby/Menan area visiting his mother’s family, the Hart’s, and have a deep love for Eastern Idaho. I attended BYU-Idaho and after switching my major five times, graduated magna cum laude with a major in Economics and minor in Psychology. I served a mission in the Utah Salt Lake City South Mission from 2007-2009. Following graduation, I worked the summer doing market analytics at Intel Corp. in Hillsboro, OR with a Prototype Engineering team. I started law school the fall of 2011. I am focusing on environmental law issues with emphasis in mineral extraction. While in law school I have had the opportunity to work for the LDS Church Area Legal Counsel in Guatemala City, Guatemala and work at the International Center for Law and Religion where I edited and rewrote a chapter on religious land use planning. Last summer, I went to Shanghai, China for IFAMA, and presented an economic paper written in conjunction with Brother McGary, BYU-I Economics Department, on collusive markets effect on seasonality. This upcoming summer, I will be working for a law firm in Montana and for Shell Oil in Houston, TX as in house counsel. I am a proud member of the Latino community, and identify closely with my grandmother’s Nicaraguan heritage. I still love to ride horses and work with cattle on the family ranch. I also enjoy downhill skiing, trap shooting, tennis, politics, anything “Montana”, and studying demographic shifts. I love good literature and have been deeply affected by the books “Atlas Shrugged”, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, and Heart of Darkness.