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ANN MARIE THOMPSON was named program director of the Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center (WBC) and MARIAM PAUL was named assistant director. Thompson previously served as the WBC’s business consultant and Paul previously served as its training and data specialist.
Reaveley Engineers + Associates named DORIAN ADAMS president. Adams joined RE+A in 1997 and became a principal in 2008.
Celtic Bank hired JERRY MURPHY and IRWIN LAROZA as vice presidents, business development in the SBA and commercial lending department. Murphy has served as a bank examiner, underwriter and business development officer. Laroza recently managed a portfolio of business clients and delivered customized business banking solutions for some of the nation’s top commercial banks. The bank also promoted SCOTT PETTY to vice president of business development in its asset-based lending group.
ALEX EATON was hired as CFO of the Girl Scouts of Utah. Eaton previously served as vice president at Goldman Sachs & Co., where she oversaw business strategy, operations and client services in the private wealth management division.
ANGIE DOMICHEL-NELDEN, an agent for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, was named president of the Salt Lake Board of Realtors for 2014.
CBIZ MHM, LLC appointed CLAIR A. ROOD senior managing director of its Utah office. Rood has been with CBIZ for 14 years and has served as tax practice leader for the office.
Listen Technologies Corporation appointed MAILE KEONE vice president of marketing. Prior to joining Listen Technologies, Keone was CMO at VacationRoost Inc.
Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. named BURTON EMBRY senior vice president of quality assurance and industry relations. Embry returned to PRMI after serving as the executive vice president and chief compliance officer of LeaderOne Financial Corporation.
DAVID WASKIEWICZ was promoted to senior vice president of broadcast operations at Radiate Media. He served most recently as vice president of television at the company.
Gov. Gary Herbert named LUANN ADAMS commissioner of the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. Adams served as Box Elder county commissioner since 2011.
DOUGLAS C. WADDOUPS rejoined Parr Brown Gee & Loveless. He was with the firm from 1998 until 2002 when he left to co-found and serve as CEO of Precision Time, a specialty watch retailer and repair center, which he grew to be a national company with almost 100 locations.
HzO, Inc. appointed MICHAEL BARTHOLOMEUSZ as CEO. Former CEO PAUL CLAYSON now serves as executive chairman of the board.
Gov. Gary Herbert appointed former Lieutenant Governor GREG BELL as chair of the Utah Science Technology and Research (USTAR) Governing Authority. Bell, now president and CEO of the Utah Hospital Association, takes the place of outgoing chair DINESH PATEL, a business leader who has led USTAR since its inception in 2006.
Custom Register Solutions appointed MARK GEFROM as its new customer service manager. He has served in various management roles at AT&T/SBC in Southern California.
Vivint Solar named DANA RUSSELL chief financial officer and RICH LARSON vice president of finance. Russell was previously CFO of the software company Allegiance. Larson was most recently director of corporate planning and financial reporting at the software company The Attachmate Group.
The St. Regis Deer Valley appointed EDWARD SHAPARD as general manager and BRANDON S. HENDRICKS as director of sales and marketing. Shapard was most recently general manager of Elbow Beach Bermuda, a Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Hendricks was most recently area director of sales and marketing supervisor with Sage Hospitality Resources.
JAY BROWN, co-founder and CEO of Roc Nation, joined the Skullcandy, Inc. board of directors.
CAMERON M. MORBY was named a shareholder at Snow Jensen & Reece. Morby is one of the few lawyers in Southern Utah who has earned the advanced LLM degree in taxation and estate planning, which he received from the University of Florida.
Town & Country Bank’s board of directors elected KURT A. JOHNSON as its chairman, replacing JAMES A. BINGHAM, who remains on the board. Johnson joined the board in 2010.