Brett Atkinson has been named managing director of online products and strategies, and Devin Bunker has been appointed director of development for Bonneville Salt Lake Online Properties. Atkinson will lead and direct the online activities of all of the company's Web properties, which include, and Before joining Bonneville Online Properties, Atkinson was the Internet sales director for a pair of other stations and e-commerce channel sales and marketing director for another company. Bunker will be responsible for the implementation and development of ongoing and future projects for all Bonneville Salt Lake Online Properties. Since 2000, Bunker has been with as a Web developer and in 2004 was promoted to network administrator of and all other Bonneville Salt Lake Online Properties. His education includes degrees from Westminster College and the University of Utah.

Joseph Herring has been appointed director of the University of Utah Press. Herring formerly was senior program officer at the National Endowment for the Humanities in the Division of Preservation and Access. In addition to managing grants to archives, libraries and museums, he served as editor for the National Digital Newspaper Program. Prior to his tenure at NEH, Herring served as an archivist for the National Archives and Records Administration and taught American history at Kansas Newman College, where he also served as chairman of the department of history, psychology, sociology, philosophy and theology.

Jeffery Pinegar and Gloria Ashby have been promoted at VCBO Architecture. Pinegar is now senior associate. He has been in architecture for nearly 30 years, with recent project experience in higher education, K-12 education, office, manufacturing and retail facilities. Ashby has been promoted to associate. She is director of interiors at the firm. She has more than 10 years of interior design experience, primarily in the Midwest and Utah. Ashby's project experience includes religious, commercial, educational, hospitality, residential, governmental and office interiors.

Jarett LaTour has joined Richter7 as an online media strategist. Prior to joining Richter7, LaTour worked as senior media strategist for another company.

Ken D. Jeppesen and Clayton Empey have joined Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith & Co. Jeppeson is a senior audit manager. He has seven years of experience at a major accounting firm, specializing in audits of a variety of industries. His education includes a degree from Utah State University. Empey joined the firm's accounting staff. His education includes degrees from Utah State University, and he previously was an internal auditor for a bank in Logan.

David Lee has been named vice president of operations at Granite Mill. The promotion to the position was part of the company's acquisition of BDL Mill, where he worked as lead project manager. As vice president of operations, Lee will be responsible for overseeing Granite Mill's project development, training and operating procedures, as well as managing the manufacturing process. Prior to joining BDL Mill, Lee worked with a construction company in Washington. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University.

Fred Bernhardt has been hired by Zions Bank as a commercial relationship manager in the Orem Business Banking Center. He is responsible for managing existing commercial banking client relationships, overseeing business development activities and representing the bank in community affairs. He has 20 years of commercial banking experience. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University.

Fred May has joined ArrowStar Construction as a senior project manager. May was most recently with another company as vice president and a project manager, where he managed projects including many high-end custom projects. He also was a project manager for a construction services company. His education includes degrees from Brigham Young University and Westminster College.

Sean Estes has been named chief executive officer at O'Currance Teleservices Inc. Estes comes to O'Currance with more than 16 years in the contact center industry and has been in leadership roles in a pair of other contact center companies.

Nancy A. Lawson has rejoined Parr Waddoups Brown Gee & Loveless as its director of marketing. Lawson had served as client services director for the firm from 1997 to 2000. She has more than a decade of law firm marketing experience. She previously was marketing director for another Salt Lake firm for five years and was marketing strategist for a 200-lawyer firm in Indiana from 2000 to 2002.

Heriberto "Rico" Rivera-Torres has joined W.W. Clyde & Co. as the company's recruiting manager. He is charged with handling the company's recruiting efforts for both full-time positions and internships and will work with the other Clyde companies to expand their recruiting efforts. He brings nearly a decade of work experience to W.W. Clyde. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University.

Sarah Jane Buhr, da Vinci Advertising & Marketing's public relations manager, has served as a judge in this year's Silver Anvil Awards, assessing both national and international public relations campaigns. The awards program has honored resourceful and creative agencies for excellence in public relations for more than 50 years.

Glen Thomson has been appointed director of Internet services, and Brian Dunn has been appointed vice president of business development at CHG Healthcare Services. Thomson's Internet and e-commerce experience dates back to 1999. He has been director and manager of Internet teams for five companies and had additional sales and marketing experience with two other companies. Dunn will be responsible for leading CHG Healthcare's acquisition efforts, as well as other corporate business development opportunities. He has more than 20 years of experience in the health-care industry. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah.