People On The Move

People On The Move is your weekly roundup of hiring and other promotional news throughout the state of Utah.

Salt Lake City— Mayor Jenny Wilson announced today the appointments of two executive staff members as part of her newly reorganized administration. Catherine Kanter as the Deputy Mayor of Regional Operations and Mike Reberg as the Associate Deputy Mayor of Regional Operations.

Deputy Mayor Kanter comes to Salt Lake County after most recently leading and managing the successful state-wide redistricting ballot initiative campaign, Better Boundaries/Proposition 4. She was previously an equity partner with the law firm of Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg in Chicago, where she specialized in the fields of commercial real estate and finance.

Deputy Mayor Kanter’s experience in the local political arena includes having run for the Salt Lake County Council At-Large seat in 2016, serving as an elected representative on the Granite Community Council and as a Land Planning Commissioner on the Salt Lake County Mountainous Planning Commission.

Associate Deputy Mayor Reberg is no stranger to Salt Lake County Government, having served here previously.

Associate Deputy Mayor Reberg has twenty-five years of experience in government including more than 10 in Congress and 15 in local government.

Associate Deputy Mayor Reberg most recently acted as the Department Director for Salt Lake City Community and Neighborhoods. Prior to that, Associate Deputy Mayor Reberg was the Division Director for Salt Lake County Animal Services. He also served as the Assistant Director of Public Works for Salt Lake County.

The appointments of Deputy Mayor Kanter and Associate Deputy Mayor Reberg are pending consent of the Salt Lake County Council on March 26, 2019.

Regional Operations will focus on services including economic development, regional transportation and planning, housing and homeless services along with environmental services.

Mayor Jenny Wilson announced her reorganization in a news release on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. The reorganization streamlines management by changing the structure from four Deputy Mayors to three. This provides management efficiencies and further clarity within the overall structure.

Provo—CCBank announced today that it has hired Phil Lewis as its business development officer. In this role, Lewis will be responsible for building key relationships in Utah Valley and Salt Lake City with current and future personal and business clients and will also work directly with team members in CCBank’s five branch offices located in Provo, Orem, Sandy, Salem, and Pleasant Grove. Mr. Lewis obtained a bachelor’s degree in public administration from Colorado State University in 2012, and then went on to build a career as a marketer in Salt Lake, Utah, and Washington counties. He was also a small business owner and most recently served as a business development officer for another local bank located in Provo, Utah.

Salt Lake City—Visible Supply Chain Management (Visible), the industry leader in shipping and fulfillment services for small to midsize businesses, today announces that Naruby Schlenker and Richard Garcia will both immediately join the Visible team as Vice Presidents of Business Development to further support the company’s global expansion. Naruby Schlenker co-founded Ordoro in 2010, a company that delivers a SaaS e-commerce logistics platform. Along with her team, she grew the company from an idea to a multimillion-dollar business that has processed over $1 billion worth of orders for thousands of merchants. Ms. Naruby led strategic business development and managed vital partnerships, including the relationship between Ordoro and Visible. Richard Garcia has over a decade of experience in business development and logistics. Before joining Visible, Mr. Garcia served as the Director of Business Development at Shippo, a shipping API technology provider located in San Francisco, California. As director, he built out a partner ecosystem, partner program, and business development functions — leading efforts for their technology, fulfillment, solutions, carrier and strategic partnerships. Visible’s new hires come on the heels of achieving 72 percent CAGR growth over a five-year period and winning multiple industry and business awards including the top spot as the winner of MWCN’s (Mountain West Venture Capital Network) Mountain Mover Awards in 2018. The company serves 25K customers worldwide, ships more than 171 million packages in a year and executes 99.98 percent fulfillment accuracy.

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