The Utah 1033 Foundation has added Edward M. Esber Jr. to its board of directors and as chairman of the newly formed board of trustees. Esber is a personal computer industry pioneer with more than 40 years of experience working for IBM and Texas Instruments, and as CEO of Ashton Tate and COO of Creative Labs. Esber has served on the board of directors of more than 40 public, private and nonprofit boards and currently serves on the board of directors of Utah Capital Investment Corp. The foundation also announced that Mona Steen, cofounderand board of directors member, recently stepped down from her board role in order to take over operations as interim executive director. The foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 2011 to honor Utah’s fallen law enforcement officers by providing immediate financial support to their families and presenting college scholarships to the children of active Utah law enforcement officers.