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DAVID R. DUNN, S.E., LEED AP, has passed the 16-hour Structural Engineering exam. Dunn received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah in 2005, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He joined Dunn Associates in 2005 and brings an expertise that yields a multitude of potential solutions to each structural design. His portfolio includes a number of large complicated projects with multiple design firms in collaboration, most recently The Utah Museum of Natural History.
DARREN G. DICKSON has joined Dunn Associates, Inc. as an Engineer in Training. Dickson received his B.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering from the University of Utah in 2011. He is currently working on his M.S. in Structural Engineering from the University of Utah.
Dunn Associates, Inc. hired THOMAS E. MATHEWS JR., P.E. Mathews, who will be joining the Dunn Associates team as a professional structural engineer, received his B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Utah in 2007, and became a Professional Engineer in 2011.
Holland & Hart attorney JAMES HOLTKAMP has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL), an honor shared by less than 200 attorneys across the country. As one of only two current Utah Fellows of ACOEL, Holtkamp has more than 35 years of experience that includes involvement in climate change issues, such as avoided deforestation sequestration in Central America; carbon credit trading in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Europe; corporate climate change policies in the energy sector; and development of governmental climate change programs. He represents clients on environmental, natural resources, and energy project development issues throughout the world. He was recently named one of the first senior fellows of the Wallace Stegner Center at the University of Utah.
The National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) announced that RICK CRAIG, who retires as president and chief executive officer (CEO) of America First Credit Union on September 1, 2012 after 38 years of service, will be presented with its 2013 Herb Wegner Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement. This award is considered to be the highest award in the credit union movement. The Herb Wegner Memorial Awards are named in honor of the late Credit Union National Association CEO Herb Wegner, whose tireless dedication, innovative ideas and deeds truly revolutionized the ways that credit unions serve their communities. The awards that bear Wegner’s name recognize his spirit of innovative, creative, risk-taking leadership.
Domo appointed STEVE WELLEN as chief operating officer (COO). Wellen brings more than 30 years of global sales, management, and client service experience to Domo. Most recently, Wellen served as vice president of worldwide client services for Adobe Systems, responsible for more than 800 professionals in presales, consulting, training, solution architecture and operations. He joined Adobe from Omniture, where he was part of the team responsible for 100 percent year-over-year growth for five straight years.
VICTOR INGALLS has been named vice president & general manager of the American Express Service Center in Taylorsville. This newly created role will make Ingalls the geographic leader for the company’s World Service division. The announcement brings Ingalls to Utah from Sydney, Australia, where he has served since 2009 as a vice president in World Service.