Clint Pulver

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Clint Pulver is a musician, motivational speaker, and author. He has been a professional drummer for more than 20 years. In 2010 he founded the Utah Valley University Drumline known as Green Man Group and directed it for six years. He next directed the drumline for the NBA’s Utah Jazz until 2015. He has played with top musicians at the Vivint Arena, the Stadium of Fire, the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, and other venues.

He created a video “You’re Not a Problem,” which tells about the positive effect one of his teachers had on him. The video is also known as “Be a Mr. Jensen.” The video has been seen on YouTube more than 1 million times and won an Emmy in the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards, a division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

As a keynote and motivational speaker, Pulver’s message is about mentoring customers. He is also considered an employee retention expert and founded the Center for Employee Retention.

Pulver has been an actor and appeared in Nacho Libre; Napoleon Dynamite; Trek: The Movie; and Saturday’s Warrior (2016). In 2019, Covenant Communications released his CD presentation, “Remember, Remember, Remember.”

He graduated from Utah’s Flight Program and received his pilot’s license from OK3air. He was also an orthopedic consultant for five years.

In February 2021, he published his first book, I Love It Here, sharing "insights gleaned from more than ten thousand undercover interviews with employees across the country, revealing the best methods for identifying talent, building a sense of ownership, and developing a successful workplace culture that employees will love." His book is available at

Pulver was born in May 1987 and is from Heber City, Utah. He earned a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in speech communication from UVU. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.