Ifo Pili is currently the city administrator for Eagle Mountain City and the district administrator for the Unified Fire Service Area. He is also an adjunct professor in the Masters of Public Administration program at Brigham Young University, teaching local government management. He received a BS in political science and an MPA from Brigham Young University. He attended BYU on a football scholarship, where he received all-conference honors. He met his wife, Jenny, who was on the BYU track team at the time. They now have eight beautiful children. He also played in the National Football League for several teams, including the Superbowl XXXIX Philadelphia Eagles. He was born and raised in American Samoa until moving to Utah in his sophomore year of high school. His midlife crisis goal is to bench press over 600 pounds by the time he’s 38, despite his wife’s admonition to focus on cardio. He’s at 560 pounds now.