Park City—Promontory, Park City’s most luxurious vacation home community, has reorganized its marketing department by creating two new positions and hiring Jenna Anderson as Director of Marketing and Nicole Rizika as Community Coordinator. Both stepped into their roles on Monday, March 12. Anderson, who moved to Park City seven years ago, joins Promontory from another private community where she served as marketing manager and graphic designer for the past five years. She will be responsible for generating and nurturing qualified sales leads and prospects for the seven-member Sales Executive team. Anderson will also create a marketing plan and direct marketing initiatives to help achieve sales goals. As Community Coordinator, Rizika will work in Club Operations/Food & Beverage to facilitate Promontory’s dynamic, enriching activities for members that support the Promontory lifestyle and experience. She will be marketing Promontory’s programs and offerings to members and their guests. A Park City native, Nicole joins Promontory from The Center of Dental Professionals where she managed marketing and events for the organization.
Salt Lake City—Collective Medical, delivering the nation’s largest and most effective network for care collaboration, announced the appointment of Andrew Reeve as senior vice president of sales. In this role, Reeve leads a seasoned sales team of healthcare experts focused on expanding the Collective Medical network and real-time, risk-adjusted event notification and care collaboration platform across the country and all points of care. Reeve has been instrumental in Collective Medical’s recent expansion across the country, including statewide adoption of the company’s platform in Virginia and West Virginia. Prior to his work at Collective Medical, Reeve led Harris Corporation’s entry into the healthcare market and played a lead role in the development of infrastructure for the National Health Information Network (NHIN) and the Florida and Oregon Health Information Exchanges (HIEs). His work led Harris to be established as one of the premier federal health IT vendors through contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Defense.
Salt Lake City—ProLung, Inc., the world leader in innovative predictive analytics technology and non-invasive tests for the risk stratification of lung cancer, announces that the company has promoted Andy C. Robertson to Chief Marketing Officer. Before joining ProLung as the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development in 2017, Robertson held marketing positions of increasing responsibility with Utah Medical Products, C.R. Bard, Becton Dickinson, Covidien (now Medtronic) and Megadyne which recently exited to Johnson & Johnson Ethicon (J&J). Robertson holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University of Utah. He currently resides in Salt Lake City with his wife and son.
Salt Lake City—Visit Salt Lake (VSL) recently announced the appointment of Tyson Lybbert as its Managing Director of Sales, a newly-created position to enhance the organization’s sales efforts. In his new role, Lybbert is responsible for the execution of VSL’s meetings, convention, and tradeshow sales strategy. Lybbert brings nearly two decades of hotel sales experience to Visit Salt Lake. Lybbert spent the last two years as Director of Sales and Marketing of the Hilton Salt Lake City Center, and 10 years in that capacity at the Salt Lake Marriott City Center. His career also includes sales and marketing roles for the Provo Marriott, University Park Hotel and the Residence Inn by Marriott Sandy. Lybbert was named 2015 Hotel Partner of the Year for Major League Soccer, received the Global Leadership Award for Property Sales Leader of the Year in 2005 for Marriott’s Western Region as well as Sunstone Hotel’s 2002 Sales Manager of the Year.
Salt Lake City—The Suazo Business Center is pleased to announce its new Executive Board Officers. Anthony Mirabile, newly appointed as Chairman of the Board, is global head of Asset Servicing, Data and Pricing, and Benchmarks, as well as regional head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management Operations in Salt Lake City. Prior to joining the financial industry, Mirabile was a captain in the United States Air Force. He earned a BS in Management from the United States Air Force Academy and an MBA in International Business from the University of Dayton, Ohio. Howard Headlee, treasurer, is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Utah Bankers Association. Prior to leading the UBA, Headlee served six years as Vice President of the Utah Taxpayers Association, and as an auditor in the Detroit office of the international accounting firm KPMG Peat Marwick specializing in the area of financial institutions. Headlee received a Bachelor of Science from the Brigham Young University School of Accountancy and earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Utah. Blaine Bagley, the organization’s new secretary, is Senior Vice President, Operations of EnerBank USA. Prior to joining EnerBank USA, he was Vice President and Director of Collections for American Investment Bank, NA, a nationally chartered bank where he oversaw the operations of the auto and recreational loan portfolios. Bagley has over 20 years of banking/collections experience. He received a degree in Political Science at Utah State University and later certified as a paralegal at Salt Lake Community College.
American Fork—People’s Intermountain Bank announces the promotion of David G. Anderson to Executive Vice President at the January Board of Directors meeting. Anderson continues to fulfill his role as the Bank’s Chief Credit Officer. Forty-five years ago, Anderson completed his Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Brigham Young University and joined Bank of American Fork, which has evolved to become the People’s Intermountain Bank family. He went on to graduate from Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington. Anderson has served as the Bank’s Senior Vice President/Chief Credit Officer since 2013. Prior to this position, he was the SVP of Loan Administration. He has also been on the Bank of American Fork and People’s Utah Bancorp Board of Directors since 1988. Anderson’s vast knowledge of the banking industry, and specifically the credit world, has been a source of leadership and an example to the many loan officers he has mentored through the years. He is well respected and liked by his co-workers, the financial industry, and the community.
Salt Lake City—Sarcos Robotics, a global leader in the production of versatile robots that combine human intelligence and dexterity with the strength, endurance and precision of machines to improve efficiency and reduce occupational injuries, announced that Salt Lake City local Teresa Ingram Schlegel has joined the company as Vice President, People and Culture. In this role, Schlegel will lead all aspects of human resources, culture and people development for Sarcos, which is rapidly expanding across its engineering and operations teams. Schlegel’s expertise is in implementing organizational change to leverage human capital and optimize business results. She brings more than 20 years of human resources leadership experience in both domestic and international organizations ranging from Fortune 100 companies to startups. Schlegel most recently served as the Global Vice President, People and Development, for Packsize International. Schlegel is actively involved with the Utah Technology Counsel and serves on their Board of Trustees and Executive Committee. She is also the co-chair for the UTC Talent Shortage Task Force, where she was awarded the HR Leader of The Year award in 2015. Schlegel is a graduate from the University of Utah’s Executive MBA program and holds a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Sociology from Weber State University. She holds professional certifications in mediation, Arbinger, The Leadership Circle Profile, DiSC, Zenger-Miller, AchieveGlobal, and DDI training and coaching programs.
Salt Lake City—Price Real Estate is pleased to announce the appointment of Angela Eldredge as Vice President of Operations. As part of the executive team, Eldredge will oversee management of day-to-day workings of the company, as well as long-term growth, development, and community relations. Eldredge joined Price Real Estate in its first year of operation in 2003, and is a continual thread in the company’s advancement as a leader in the mountain West’s commercial real estate industry. Her portfolio includes several positions within the company, most recently as the Director of Business Development and Leasing. Last year alone, Eldredge was involved in the negotiation and execution of 30 lease agreements for about 850,000 square feet of space. Community involvement is a priority fostered at Price Real Estate, and one Eldredge takes to heart. She is currently President-elect of the Utah chapter of NAIOP and an active member of CREW UTAH, which is committed to advancing the achievements of women in commercial real estate.