Chip Browne

Software Engineer in Lindon, Utah

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I manage the continuous innovation of businesses by improving processes, tools, and technologies to speed up the delivery of software updates to servers in the cloud or on premises. I have also taught IT in higher education for over a decade. LinkedIn

I have a side-gig marketing electric vehicles and hybrids “Electric Vehicle Exchange” where my vision is for more people to begin driving electric vehicles that are recharged daily by electricity captured by solar panels on a home or garage.

I enjoy musical performance and perform annually around Christmas time in “Savior of the World” which is a live musical portraying Christ's birth and resurrection. I also sing with the Lux Choral Society.

In the past, I sang with Millennial Choirs and Orchestra, the largest choral and orchestral group in the world. We performed at Carnegie Hall in 2019… two concerts inside, and the final concert outside on the street due to a blackout in upper Manhattan. (article, playlist).

In addition, I have sung with Witness Music Utah Robert Gardner's “Lamb of God”, and Oratorio Society of Utah Handel's “Messiah”.

I also enjoy volunteering at the fine arts and cultural venues here in Utah such as Hale Center Theater in Sandy, Salt Lake County Arts & Culture, UVU Noorda Center for the Performing Arts, Pioneer Theater, and Deer Valley Music Festival which is the summer venue for the Utah Symphony.

You might also see me working at the Delta Center for Jazz games and concerts, Maverik Center, USANA Amphitheater, Sandy Amphitheater, University of Utah Eccles Stadium, BYU Lavell Edwards Stadium, REAL Salt Lake and Salt Lake Bees!!! :)

I volunteer at Impact Training which provides experiential trainings and personal transformation, and I have served as a member of the Utah Suicide Prevention Coalition LGBTQ+ Workgroup.

I have published short videos on my Facebook page in which I discuss faith, hope and charity. In the past, I published to my video blog at where I discuss one chapter at a time of the Book of Mormon, another testimony of Jesus Christ.

I love the infiniteness of our universe. I believe that I am a spiritual being with a divine nature and divine origins “journeying” this life in a mortal body with a brain and a heart. :) I have thoughts, but I am not my thoughts. I have feelings and emotions, but I am not my feelings and emotions. My identity is not “the natural man”. I AM Me!

  • Work
    • Carelon Behavioral Health
  • Education
    • Brigham Young University
    • Independence University