Park City–The Utah Olympic Park (UOP) announces the appointment of Jamie Kimball to General Manager. Mr. Kimball has been with UOP since 2007 where he started as Jump Operations Coordinator, followed by Manager of Jump Operations and most recently as Senior Manager of Park Operations. The UOP has experienced considerable growth during Mr. Kimball’s tenure. The UOP is four times busier than it was in 2007 and sees an average of over 500,000 visitors a year. In that time, Mr. Kimball has been involved in major capital projects including Adventure Course installation, the Spence Eccles Freestyle Pool remodel, and Project Jump (the ski and snowboard airbag facility). During his time with the UOP, Mr. Kimball has overseen and played major roles in numerous global and domestic events including 2014 and 2018 Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined US Olympic Team Trials, Springer Tournee & Ski Jumping Nationals, 2016 Nordic Junior World Championships, multiple Freestyle Aerial Nationals and FIS NorAm Cup events; and many divisional and development level events in Freestyle Skiing and Nordic disciplines over the years. Mr. Kimball graduated from the University of Vermont with a B.S. in Public Recreation Management. After arriving in Utah, Kimball worked as the Salt Lake Organizing Committee logistics manager for the freestyle skiing venue at Deer Valley. He went on to be the executive venue producer for freestyle skiing at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games and the live show producer for freestyle skiing at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games.
Salt Lake City–The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) announces the appointment of Andrea Moss to its Board of Directors. Ms. Moss is currently the president and CEO of Nelnet Bank which is in formation. Her previous employment includes president of Comenity Capital Bank, former executive vice president of operations and risk management at Zions Bank and president and CEO of American Express Centurion Bank. Ms. Moss is a member of the National Advisory Council at the BYU Management School of Business. She serves on the board of Utah Association of Financial Services, Intermountain Healthcare-Central Region and Camp Kostopulos Dream Foundation. She has served on several other boards including the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, the Utah Bankers Association, Ballet West Company and the Utah Chapter of Alzheimer’s Association. Ms. Moss will replace board member Bob Frankenberg. Ms. Moss earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from BYU and is a certified public accountant. In 2014 she was recognized by Utah Business Magazine as one of the “30 Women to Watch in Business” and by the American Bankers Association as one of the “Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance” in 2011. Andrea and her husband have five children and two grand babies on the way. Her and her family enjoy road biking, boating and traveling.
Salt Lake City–The Sorenson Impact Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Hewson Baltzell as the new CEO of the Sorenson Impact Center at the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business. Mr. Baltzell’s appointment comes at a pivotal time for the Center. Mr. Baltzell was appointed by the Eccles School Dean, Taylor Randall, after an extensive national search and is relocating from New York City.
Salt Lake City–Humana Inc. (NYSE: HUM), one of the nation’s leading health and well-being companies, announced Victoria Coley will lead the company’s commercial sales in the Mountain States – Colorado, Idaho and Utah. She will continue to serve as the Market Vice President of the Desert States—Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. Ms. Coley will lead the sales and distribution organization for medical and ancillary products within an employer group’s benefit portfolio. This includes implementing sales strategies to acquire new customers for Humana’s diversified portfolio of health insurance products and services, as well as guiding the growth and retention of customers. Ms. Coley has an extensive background in the employee benefits industry with 19 years of experience, 17 years of that with Humana. She has held multiple sales and leadership positions within Humana. Prior to joining Humana, Coley worked at Target Corporation as an Executive Team Leader in Human Resources. Ms. Coley’s efforts in the employee benefits industry from both the carrier and employer perspectives have given her a multifaceted view of employee benefit finance, strategy and communication. Ms. Coley holds a master’s in business administration and a bachelor’s in psychology from Arizona State University. She is a civic advisor and volunteer through professional boards, associations, and charitable trusts such as local and national Associations of Health Underwriters, Board of Directors for the Glendale Chamber of Commerce, Southwest Human Development’s Gatsby Sports, and various wellness councils.