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Salt Lake City—Newmark Grubb ACRES is pleased to announce that Jaden Malan has joined the firm’s office at 376 East 400 South in downtown Salt Lake City. Malan is an up-and-coming industrial specialist and will work in direct partnership with top producer Skyler Peterson on the Peterson Team. The Peterson Team is already a strong part of Newmark’s industry-leading Industrial Advisory Group. Malan excels at representing landlord and tenant interests in sale, lease and build-to-suit transactions involving manufacturing plants, distribution warehouses, R&D facilities and other light industrial property types. Malan joins Newmark from NEXUS Commercial Real Estate where he was a sales and marketing professional.
Salt Lake City—Shareholders at Parsons Behle & Latimer have elected Raymond J. Etcheverry, Hal J. Pos, Michael P. Petrogeorge, Kristine E. Johnson and Bruce H. White as their 2018 board of directors. Etcheverry will continue to serve as chairman of the board. Pos will continue to serve as vice-chairman and president. Petrogeorge will continue service as vice president. Johnson will continue as vice president and secretary. Newly elected, White will serve as vice president. Etcheverry is a member of the firm’s litigation department and practices in the areas of antitrust, intellectual property, securities, class action defense and complex business litigation. Pos is a member of the environmental, energy and natural resources department and concentrates his practice on environmental remediation and mining matters. Petrogeorge is a member of the litigation department and concentrates his practice on real estate litigation and complex commercial litigation. Johnson is a member of the intellectual property department and concentrates her practice on intellectual property litigation, including patent infringement and trade secret litigation, as well as maintaining a commercial litigation practice. White is a member of the corporate transactions and securities department and concentrates his practice on all aspects of corporate law, business transactions, corporate financing and corporate reorganizations.
Salt Lake City— Michael Best Strategies has expanded their government relations team in Utah with the addition of Jeff Hartley. Hartley has 20 years of experience in government affairs, political strategy, public policy and public relations. He previously served as a Senior Policy Advisor and Communications Director in Congress. Hartley also served as Executive Director of the Utah Republican Party. He served as a Republican National Committee staff member for two Republican National Conventions and was a consultant for several high-level campaigns across the country. Based in Salt Lake City, Hartley will collaborate with Michael Best Strategies’ regional state offices, as well as Washington, D.C., to support clients’ business objectives. Hartley is a leading energy lobbyist in Utah. His portfolio includes regulated utilities, oil and gas production, oil processing, oil shale development, nuclear power and renewable and alternative energy production. Hartley’s clients also include healthcare providers, insurance, technology companies, municipal governments, transportation and transit and non-profits. Prior to joining Strategies, Hartley was the managing partner of Sage Solutions.
Salt Lake City—Brooke Burton, Quality Director for Gold Cross Ambulance, has been elected to the Board of The National EMS Management Association (NEMSMA). She will serve as the liaison for the Quality/Performance Improvement Committee, responsible for developing standards, education, and a credential for Quality Managers in Paramedicine. The National EMS Management Association (NEMSMA) is a professional association of EMS leaders dedicated to the discovery, development, and promotion of excellence in leadership and management in EMS systems, regardless of EMS system model, organizational structure or agency affiliation. According to the group, providing competent, effective, and safe patient care is a universal expectation. Utilizing the network will help raise standards within agencies, increase the perception of professionalism of the quality coordinator, and achieve success in improving patient care more quickly and dramatically.
Salt Lake City—Following in his father’s footsteps, Dale Satterthwaite has been on the front lines of some of Big-D Construction’s most iconic projects since he first started working full time for “Big Dee” Livingood in 1974. From laborer, to Chief Estimator, to Senior Vice President, this ‘young lion’ has worn many hard hats since the early days of Big-D Construction. Now, after four successful decades, Satterthwaite is retiring. Satterthwaite was one of the first estimators for the Utah construction firm and quickly grew to be an accomplished project manager, operations and field supervisor, and even a mentor to new generations of construction professionals. Dale’s resume includes the Scott Matheson Courts Complex in Salt Lake City and several iconic temples for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Salt Lake City—Workman Nydegger is pleased to welcome Dr. Angela L. Silvers as an Associate. Silvers served from 2016-2017 as a law clerk to the Honorable Alan D. Lourie at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and from 2015-2016 as an extern to the Honorable Dee Benson at the United States District Court for the District of Utah. Silvers possesses a Ph.D. in Organic/Inorganic Chemistry from Princeton University and has completed postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Georgia (Chemistry Department) and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Dept. of Polymer Science and Engineering). Dr. Silvers was previously on the faculty of Western New England University and Susquehanna University. Her past research includes the development of organic-inorganic hybrid materials as nanoscale devices, as well as polymer “pro-drugs,” specifically biodegradable polymer scaffolds for the targeted delivery of cancer therapeutics. Dr. Silvers has published her research in a variety of peer-reviewed journals and presented her findings at universities and scientific conferences nationwide. As such, her technical experience includes all aspects of chemistry, biotechnology, life sciences, medical devices, and related processes.
Salt Lake City—Secuvant, an independent cyber security risk management and managed detection and response firm, today announced that Greg Johnson has joined the company as Vice President of Sales. Johnson has over 20 years of experience covering security strategy, business development and direct sales in the Security and Compliance / Audit spaces and has an amazing successful track record of consistently hitting targets increasing revenue year over year. Johnson will be working directly with customers using the Secuvant high-touch approach that enables business through risk management and complete security operational excellence with the Secuvant Cyber7™ process. Johnson will be bringing his expertise in ISO 27001, PCI/DSS, HIPAA/HITRUST and excellent relationships to Secuvant to continue the tradition of excellence. Johnson was most recently with A-LIGN as the VP of Business Development where he delivered amazing results for 100’s of his clients in Security auditing, compliance, penetration testing and advisory services. In addition, Greg has held positions at CipherTooth as a Board Advisor, Lancera, Access Technology Solutions (Global Access), SecurityMetrics and Novell. Greg holds a BA from Brigham Young University and is also a Payment Card Industry Professional (PCIP).