Brian L. Farr practiced law in both the public and private sectors for nearly forty years including service as chief legal counsel to the governor of the State of Utah and as a division chief in the Utah Attorney General’s office. Farr’s international experience commenced in earnest when he and his daughter produced “Voices of Friendship—A Celebration of Children, Cultural Diversity, Music, Friendship, and Life,” an international children’s choir festival prior to the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. He is a past chair of the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy, a nonprofit organization that hosts U.S. State Department visitors under the International Visitor Leadership Program, and is a board member and past chair of both the North American Interfaith Network and the global Rotarian Action Group for Peace. Farr was awarded a graduate certificate in conflict prevention/resolution and peacebuilding from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, has spoken on that topic at conferences in several countries, has participated in a government-to-government exchange in Sri Lanka, made an official State Visit to Taiwan, and was at a convening by the Minister of Religion in Pakistan. He was a Richard L. Evans Fellow at Brigham Young University. Farr also served a mission in the UK.