Tradewinds: Utah companies on the go, people on the move
Salt Lake City attorney Camille N. Johnson of the Salt Lake City-based law firm Snow, Christensen & Martineau has been selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America. Johnson is a litigation partner at the firm and her practice primarily involves the defense of employment and pharmaceutical claims. The LCA is a trial lawyer honorary society composed of less than one-half of 1 percent of American lawyers.
Richter7, a Salt Lake City-based advertising and public relations agency, recently hired Jenna Wendler as an account manager. Before joining Richter7, Wendler earned her bachelor's degree in marketing from Westminster College and worked for another advertising agency as an integration manager. Richter 7 also has hired Klydi Heywood as a public relations and social media coordinator. Before joining Richter7, Heywood worked part-time for Intermountain Healthcare as a communications specialist and the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business as a public relations assistant. Kassandra Wright has been hired as a digital designer. Before joining Richter7, she received a bachelor's in fine arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, and was web designer for Riser Agency and Overstock.com.
Allegiance, a Salt Lake City-based company that provides businesses with data and information about their customers, announced it has appointed Ed Reilly as executive vice president of worldwide sales. He will be responsible for driving Allegiance's sales, including creating sales strategies and operations.
David J. Loden has been named executive director of The Family Counseling Center in Murray. He brings more than 28 years of relevant industry experience to his new position and served most recently as director of business development for Universal Health Services, Cottonwood Treatment Center. Founded in 1912, the Family Counseling Center provides mental health and professional counseling services to children, teens and adults on a sliding scale fee basis.
Skullcandy, Inc., which makes headphones and other audio products, has promoted Denny Bruce to the position of head of domestic sales. He will be responsible for overseeing all Skullcandy brand distribution in the U.S. as well as building out a domestic brand and sales strategy. Bruce joined Skullcandy in 2010 and has been a sales manager and director of specialty sales.
DHI Computing Service, Provo, has hired Randy A. Wardwell as the new president of its banking software division, FPS GOLD. He brings more than two decades of experience working with the banking industry to his new position.
Mindshare Technologies, a provider of customer data for businesses, announced it has restructured its management team following recent rapid growth. As part of the reorganization, Kurt Williams has been appointed as chief product officer and Derek Newbold chief technology officer. In addition, Nate Call has been named vice president of client experience. Chad Horton has been named vice president of insights and Greg Lloyd vice president of customer experience strategy.
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