Todd E. Zenger was born in Salt Lake and spent some growing up years in Utah, Idaho, California, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Since returning to Utah in 1971, he has lived primarily in Holladay and Millcreek. After graduating from Olympus High School, he served an LDS mission in Switzerland.


Upon his return, Todd attended the University of Utah where he received his degree in Mining Engineering. He earned his law degree at Brigham Young University and then continued on to George Washington University In Washington, D.C. where he received a Master’s Law Degree.


After finishing school, Todd returned to Salt Lake to work for Workman Nydegger from 1989 to 1996. In 1996 he made a move to Kirton McConkie where he stayed until August 2017. Todd has spent the past year building and growing his firm, Duren IP, in downtown Salt Lake City.


Todd currently serves as a board member of The Granite School District Board of Education, completing the second year of his four-year term on the seven-member board. Granite School District runs on a $710 million annual budget for its 65,000+ students. Todd is proud of the work he has been able to do and considers his time on the board a great honor.


Todd is one of seven children. He and Linda married in 1985 and have seven children and seven grandchildren. Todd and Linda have lived in the district for all but four years of their married life.


The Zengers live in Millcreek and love the diversity of the demographics in the area as well as the proximity to the canyons, boating, skiing, the airport, and the city.


Todd’s hobbies include beekeeping and raising chickens. The connection to the Earth helps him to decompress. He also runs in half marathons, water skis, and snow skis.