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People On The Move

People on the move is your weekly roundup of promotional and other hiring news throughout the state of Utah.

Salt Lake City–Instasize, a visual toolkit for social media content creators, today announces that Luca Meschiari will serve as the company’s first Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Meschiari was instrumental in the beginning stages of Instasize and was essential in building the first version of the app in 2014 as lead iOS developer and as the company’s first full-time employee. Since then, Mr. Meschiari has spearheaded all of the technological advancements within the app such as filters, borders and other editing functionalities. Mr. Meschiari leads a team of 20 engineers who work remotely around the world—Meschiari in Miami and others in Utah, Arizona, California, Illinois, Romania and Poland. Meschiari received his bachelor’s in computer engineering from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Modena, Italy in 2011 and his Master of Science in mobile and ubiquitous computing from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. For the last seven years, Meschiari has worked as a software engineer for companies such as Moroku and Achvr and as a freelance engineer. Instasize’s umbrella company, Munkee Apps, hired Meschiari four years ago, and he was instrumental in building Instasize and other apps owned by Munkee. In 2018, the app was downloaded 50 million times in the Google Play store and ranks in the Top 40 Photo/Video Apps in the Apple Store.

 

Salt Lake CityChloe Morroni is the new Communications Director for Mayor Jenny Wilson and the primary media contact for inquires related to general Salt Lake County matters. Prior to joining Salt Lake County, Chloe spent two decades in broadcasting. She has won dozens of awards for her work in journalism, including two Emmys, numerous Edward R. Murrow and Associated Press Awards along with Society of Professional Journalists, Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Illinois Broadcasters Association and Milwaukee Press Club Awards. Ms. Morroni accomplished a lot during her time in local news, including interviews with some interesting people. Ms. Morroni got a one-on-one interview with President Barack Obama during his re-election campaign in 2012. She also had the opportunity to travel to New York City and go behind the scenes with Dr. Oz for a taping of his popular TV show. Ms. Morroni has worked on-air at television stations all over the country. Before moving to Utah, she was the Breaking News Anchor at WHBQ-TV in Memphis, TN, Weekend Anchor/Reporter at WZVN-TV in Fort Myers, FL, Primary Anchor at WHBQ-TV in Rock Island, Illinois, Weekend Morning Anchor/Reporter at WISN-TV in Milwaukee, WI, a Reporter and Fill-in Anchor at WVLT-TV and a Reporter at WATE-TV, both in Knoxville, TN. Ms. Morroni began her communications career as a Reporter at WSIL-TV in Carterville, IL.