Scott Rocke, Craig Ahrens, Dannie Green and Leslie Morton have been named to new positions at Psomas. Rocke has been named principal. He is an engineer with 20 years of experience in land development engineering. He is the vice president of land development in the Salt Lake City office. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University. Ahrens has been named an associate at the firm. He has more than 14 years of experience in professional engineering land surveying and is the survey team leader for the Salt Lake City office. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah. Green has been named an associate at the firm. He has more than 14 years of experience in land surveying and is the regional office manager for Psomas' St. George office. His education includes a degree from Salt Lake Community College. Morton has been named the new office leader and regional manager for the Utah area. She recently was named a vice president of the firm. She has more than 14 years of experience as a civil engineer. Her education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

Raymond Grant and Leslie Reberg have been named to the senior management team at Discovery Gateway. As director of guest experience, Grant will develop programs and exhibits for museum patrons. Grant has a wide range of professional experience in the arts and entertainment industries. He was artistic director for the Olympic Arts Festival and executive director at Sundance Resort. Reberg, director of development, will lead major fundraising initiatives. She previously worked for Salt Lake County as director of community services and has experience raising funds for numerous causes and campaigns.

Abe Dietz has joined ArrowStar Construction as a job superintendent. Dietz is responsible for on-site management of commercial construction projects. He has more than 15 years of experience in both commercial and residential construction, with 11 of those years in commercial.

Jay M. Moyes has been appointed chief financial officer at XDx Inc., based in Brisbane, Calif. Moyes has 30 years of experience in the finance and biotechnology industries, most recently serving as vice president of finance and chief financial officer for a Salt Lake-based company. His education includes degrees from Weber State University and the University of Utah.

Don Bartlett has been named manager of the new Riverton Wal-Mart branch of America First Credit Union. He started with AFCU in 1996 as a teller at the Cottonwood branch. Since then, he has served as a backup lead teller, lead teller, assistant manager of the Orem branch, and most recently as the manager of the Orem Wal-Mart branch.

Blaine J. Benard and Richard B. Young have been named co-chairman of the Litigation Practice Group at Holme Roberts & Owen LLP. Benard, managing partner of the firm's Salt Lake City office, focuses his practice on the prosecution and defense of cases involving complex business litigation, intellectual property, products liability, aerospace and health-care facilities. Young, managing partner of the firm's Colorado Springs, Colo., office, joined the firm in 1973 and has been involved in litigation and dispute resolution issues and served as an adviser to national and international sport organizations.

Kim Olsen and Annie Taylor have joined the Salt Lake City branch operations of Applegate HomeCare & Hospice. Olsen will be branch manager. She most recently was the branch manager in a local home health agency. Her education includes a degree from the University of Utah. Taylor, appointed director of nursing, has 14 years of nursing experience.

Fred Devereux has been named president of Wireless Operations, West, for AT&T Inc. Devereux will oversee all wireless financial and operational matters, including all company-owned retail stores, in a region that includes Utah and 12 other states. A member of the AT&T family of companies since 1990, Devereux most previously served as vice president and general manager of AT&T's wireless operations in northern California and Reno, Nev.

Jeffrey Selander has been appointed chief financial officer for Great Basin Scientific. Selander joins Great Basin after serving more than seven years as director of strategic planning for another company. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University.

Frank Lundquist, Lori McFarland, Kevin Bushnell, Ryan Morris and Amber Hauber have been promoted to corporate positions and Keith Anderson has been hired as director of advertising and marketing at Harmons Grocery Stores. Lundquist, formerly director of store development, has advanced to vice president of store development. Frank has worked at Harmons for 33 years. McFarland is Harmons' new vice president of fresh foods. McFarland, who was most recently director of delicatessen operations, has worked in various roles at Harmons for 18 years. A 10-year Harmons veteran, Bushnell, is the new vice president of center store. Bushnell served most recently as Harmons' Midvale store director. Formerly director of Harmons' Brickyard store, Morris is the new vice president of store operations. Ryan has worked 11 years for Harmons. Hauber is Harmons' new director of bakery sales. For the past 16 years, Hauber has held numerous Harmons' management roles on the store level and in the corporate support office. Anderson recently worked as a vice president at another company.

Elan J. Blutinger has joined the board of directors of Mountain Reservations. Blutinger led the successful launches, initial public offerings and sales of Travel Services International and ResortQuest International. He also was a director at Hotels.com and chaired the special committee that sold the company to IAC/ InterActiveCorp. He is currently a director of Great Wolf Resorts.

Elaine Fairless has joined Varian Medical Systems as corporate marketing and communications manager. Fairless will be responsible for internal and external communications for the X-ray Products Group. She brings 10 years of communications experience to the position. Her education includes a degree from the University of Phoenix.

Mary Olson, Dan Paulus and Jeff Carpenter have been promoted at Digital Technology International. Olson is vice president of operations. She previously was vice president of operations for DTI's Montreal and St. Paul offices. Paulus is vice president of sales and marketing. He previously was vice president of sales in the Americas. Carpenter is chief information officer and vice president of business development, overseeing development of new products and new business opportunities.

Justin Zak has joined 66 North as Western regional sales manager, based in Park City. He worked for the company previously and most recently was the merchandise division coordinator for another company.