David Utrilla

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David Utrilla
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Born Lima, Peru
Residence North Salt Lake, Utah
Occupation CEO, U.S. Translation Company
Known for Honorary Consul of Peru

David Utrilla is the 31st member of the Utah Corps of Consuls and Honorary Consul to Peru in Utah.[1] Utrilla is also the owner and CEO of U.S. Translation Company.

Utrilla was officially appointed by the president of Peru, Alan García, and after receiving credentials from the U.S. Department of State, began serving as Utah's Honorary Consul of Peru in 2009.[2] As the Honorary Consul to Peru, Utrilla serves two main purposes: To build and strengthen ties as well as help and promote the local community.


David Utrilla was born and raised in Lima, Peru. In Lima, he studied international business and economics. In 1994 David immigrated to the United States and attended Weber State University. In 1995 he founded U.S. Translation Company.

Through his direction, USTC has grown tremendously in its 21 years of business. He has guided his company to achieve ISO 9001:2008 and EN 15038 certification, and has been given many awards including Utah’s Best of State for Language Services in 2009-2013 and 2016; Inc. 500/5000 in 2010-2012 & 2014-16 for fastest growing companies in America; Mountain West Capital Network’s top 100 fastest growing companies in Utah for 2010, 2011 & 2013; the 2009 Top Forty Business Executives Under 40 in Utah; and the 2008 Small Business Person of the Year by the SBA. In 2014 he received the Weber State University Distinguished Alumnus Award, the 2015 the Utah Valley University Atlas Award, and the 2016 Quixote Award by the Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

David also serves as the President of the Word Trade Association of Utah, Vice President of the Utah Consular Corps, Board of Governors at the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors at the Utah Citizen for Diplomacy Council, and is in the Weber State University President’s National Advisory Council and Advisory Board Member for the School of Business and Economics. In 2009 he was appointed by the President of Peru as the as the Honorary Consul of Peru in Utah and he currently holds this position.

Personal life[edit]

Utrilla resides in North Salt Lake, Utah with his wife Krista and four children.


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