Utah Business People on the Move

People on the Move

Orem—ADO M&C has named Jojo Tuaileva as their Executive Project Manager for their Water Damage Restoration Division. He has over 12 years of experience working on large-scale restoration projects. Before becoming Executive Project Manager, Tuaileva worked with Water Damage Specialists. ADO is a family owned and operated company and is excited to have the eldest brother join the family business and bring his in-depth skill set to the company.

Salt Lake City—Durham Jones & Pinegar is pleased to announce that Jodi Holmgren, Director of Business Development & Marketing, has been elected to serve as chairman of the board of directors for the Women’s Business Center. Holmgren will serve as chairman until 2017. Holmgren has been a member of the board since 2015 and previously served as vice-chair. At Durham Jones & Pinegar, Holmgren is responsible for maximizing awareness and cultivating business relationships for the firm’s five offices from Ogden to Las Vegas. The Women’s Business Center (WBC) supports business development and job creation in Utah by delivering quality no-cost business consulting and mentoring, low-cost professional training and premier networking opportunities to entrepreneurs throughout the state. As a 4th generation entrepreneur herself, Holmgren brings a unique perspective to her leadership position with the WBC, including 25-years of experience in marketing and public relations. In her roll with Durham Jones & Pinegar, she is very involved in supporting entrepreneurship in the State. With a passion for mentoring and serving others, Holmgren has dedicated many years to empowering entrepreneurs, the disabled and women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Salt Lake City—ETC Group, a leader in energy engineering solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of four new principals. Being a principal in a professional engineering firm is a special title and the designation implies a level of responsibility and autonomy that is achieved after years of effort and hard work. These individuals have shown the leadership and vision necessary to position the company for the future. Jane Guyer, PE, is responsible for business development in Nevada and specializes in energy analysis, audits and turn-key projects for large clients; including hospitals, higher education and manufacturers. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S., Summa Cum Laude, in Mechanical Engineering and is a registered professional engineer in Utah, Nevada and Pennsylvania. With 15 years of experience, Guyer’s project management skills are a primary focus to owners and offer a reliable path to successful energy savings and project execution. Jane is also an accomplished and sought after public speaker. Her knowledge of mechanical systems and ability to explain complex concepts in easy to understand anecdotes are appreciated by technical and non-technical professionals alike. Chris Jackson, PE, is the firm’s Arizona Regional Director and a member of the healthcare commissioning team. He is a graduate of the University of Utah with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Master of Business Administration. Jackson has 10 years of energy engineering experience and is responsible for multiple complex energy projects where his attention to detail and collaborative style are an asset to ETC clients. His projects include hospitals, medical clinics, laboratories, manufacturing facilities, casino resorts, commercial and higher education buildings. Jackson is a registered professional engineer in Utah, Arizona and California, as well as a LEED AP and member of ASHRAE. Kevin Quapp, PE, is responsible for management and oversight of ETC Group’s engineering department. With 17 years of experience, he ensures energy projects are planned, implemented and commissioned focusing on building optimization and energy savings. His industrial recommissioning specialty is influenced by a background in product design and analytical work. His recent energy projects include medical clinics, hospital additions, data centers, casinos and a university educational building. Quapp graduated from the University of Idaho with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and is a member of ASHRAE. Deborah Lords is Director of Operations and a member of the ETC Group Executive Board of Directors. With 17 years of finance and management experience she oversees all four of ETC Group’s office.  She is responsible for the firm’s finance, information technology, human resources and strategic planning activities. Lords has focused on organizing and compiling company resources through implementation of technology that promotes collaboration and streamlines production of accurate and efficient engineering work. She is a graduate of the University of Utah with a B.S. in Economic Studies with a focus on Business and Organization Management.

Pleasant Grove—doTERRA, the leading global essential oils company, announced Andrew O’Hare was appointed as its new vice president and Chief Commercial Officer and newest member of its executive management team. As CCO, O’Hare will direct doTERRA’s web development, mobile device application, and external social media strategies, as well as virtual office and distributor tools. For the past six years, O’Hare served as vice president at a multi-billion-dollar health and beauty products company that does business in over 150 countries with over 10 million independent business owners.  O’Hare led strategy, digital and most recently was the lead technology executive for the company, responsible for delivering a world-class “distributor-loved” technology platform across the company. O’Hare also led the company’s non-profit organization and was involved with many charitable initiatives around the world. O’Hare has also held various positions consulting with organizations on their most pressing business issues. This included five years with The Gallup Organization, a brand and human capital consulting firm, where he led a division for Gallup in London and was later part of their worldwide management committee directing a significant part of their business, based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Sandy—Med One Capital, a medical equipment leasing and rental company headquartered in Sandy, established a Board of Directors at the end of 2015 to guide the future growth of the company. Comprised of prominent local business leaders, this board helps in the governance of the company as it continues to develop and expand. Richard H. Madsen, II ,has been appointed the Corporate Secretary of Med One Capital’s Board of Directors, effective Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Madsen is a Director and Shareholder in the Salt Lake City law firm of Ray Quinney & Nebeker P.C. and manages all of the firm’s associate attorneys. He has extensive experience in representing businesses in Utah and throughout the United States including banks, equipment finance and leasing companies, new motor vehicle dealerships, real estate developers and others in all aspects of their businesses. Madsen has been included on the list of The Best Lawyers in America in Banking and Finance Law. He has served as Med One’s corporate counsel for 12 years. Med One has experienced significant growth within the last few years, and they expect to see further growth, as is seen in their decision to seek the help of the Board of Directors. In recent months Med One Capital has created many new positions within their corporate office as well as within multiple distribution centers throughout the country. The Board of Directors includes Med One President and CEO Larry R. Stevens, Med One Executive Vice President and Co-Owner Brent H. Allen, Robert C. Gross, Lane A. Summerhays, Randy C. Emery, Tricia L. Schumann, and William J. Brady. It has met several times over the past nine months, including at the Med One Capital Annual Meeting in Park City, and during regular board meetings at their new corporate office. Med One welcomes its new Corporate Secretary and anticipates Madsen will bring great value and insight to his new responsibilities.