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JED GINES was recently named the new executive director for Highland Cove, an assisted living and independent living campus in Salt Lake City. Gines has five of years of experience as a senior care administrator, including most recently at BridgeView Estates in Twin Falls, Idaho.
ELIZABETH JOY, MD, MPH, of Intermountain Healthcare, was elected president of the American College of Sports Medicine for a three-year term. Joy will be only the second female physician president of the organization and the first Family Medicine female president. Joy is the medical director for clinical outcomes research at Intermountain Healthcare.
United Way of Salt Lake named BILL CRIM as its new CEO. Crim has been in executive positions with the UWSL since 2004. Crim began his career with the Utah Issues Center for Poverty Research and Action, where he served as executive director.
O.C. Tanner promoted KATHLEEN SACCO to vice president of retail stores. Sacco has been with O.C. Tanner for 25 years and will now oversee retail operations at O.C. Tanner’s flagship store in downtown Salt Lake City as well as its Park City store and the Rolex by O.C. Tanner store at Salt Lake’s City Creek Center.
The Securities and Exchange Commission named veteran regulator RICHARD R. BEST from New York as the new head of its Salt Lake City office. Best comes from his post as senior director and chief counsel of enforcement for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the regulatory body of investment brokers and dealers.
LINN BAKER will be stepping down as Arches Health Plan CEO, but will continue to serve on the board of directors and will have a role on the executive committee. Baker has served Arches as CEO since 2012 and brought 31 years of healthcare experience to the role. He will be replaced as CEO by SHAUN GREENE, founder and current COO of the organization. Greene has been with Arches since its inception and began his career in the healthcare industry in 2009.
ZAGG, Inc. appointed BRADLEY J. HOLIDAY as CFO for the company. Most recently Holiday, who has been a ZAGG board member since 2012, served as CFO for Callaway Golf Company from 2000 until 2015.
Young Living Essential Oils promoted MARY YOUNG as its new chief executive officer. Young has a long background in network marketing as well as a decade of experience as a distributor and 20 years as a corporate executive.
Horizon Credit Union hired BRANDI KIRKSEY as vice president of marketing. Kirksey comes to Horizon from PARC, a subsidiary of Davis School District, where she served as the board and marketing relations manager. She brings more than 12 years of experience in marketing, product and service promotion.
U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) welcomed four new members to the USSA board of directors. The Salt Lake City board member is GRETE ELIASSEN, representing the United States Olympic Committee Athletes’ Advisory Council ex-officio position. Eliassen is the only female skier to medal in both the first halfpipe and slopestyle X Games events. She is currently director of marketing at Wickr, a proprietary instant messenger for iOS and Android that allows users to exchange end-to-end encrypted and self-destructing messages, including photos and file attachments.