Spencer Erekson has been named president of Titanium Solutions Inc., and Alice Radgowski, Eric Fleisher and Robert Thomson have been appointed as customer relations managers. Erekson, co-founder of the company, had been its executive vice president. He will be responsible for overall management of the company's day-to-day operations, with an emphasis on customer relations. Prior to joining Titanium, he was a real estate agent and active in the listing and selling of homes throughout Utah. Radgowski joins the company from a residential lending company where she was vice president of home retention. She also was vice president of loss mitigation for a home loan company. Fleisher formerly was vice president of loss mitigation/home retention for a home loans company. Thomson began his career at a bank and was a property manager for a real estate property management company. Most recently he was a senior land acquisition specialist for a homebuilding company.

Joe Levy has been named technologist-in-residence at Canopy Ventures. Levy, an expert and author on network security issues, joins Canopy from network security infrastructure company where he most recently served as chief technology officer. He has nearly 15 years of experience in the networking and network security industry.

Enrique Yescas has been appointed the new president of the Latin-American Chamber of Commerce, and Javier Leon has been appointed treasurer of the organization. Yescas is owner of the Pier 49 Pizza and the executive chef and director of conference services at the Davis Conference Center. Leon works at Zions Bank's Kearns branch.

Rick Barber has been promoted to vice president of the building products division of Sunroc Corp. Barber will be responsible for all of the company's building products operations, which include lumber, trusses, insulation, garage doors, millwork/doors and other building products. Barber has worked in the building materials industry for more than 35 years.

Jody Williams has been named managing partner for the Salt Lake City office of Holme Roberts & Owen LLP. Williams replaces Blaine Benard, appointed managing partner in January, who is now the co-chairman of HRO's Litigation Practice Group. Williams has experience with state and federal water regulating and permitting agencies, representing developers of energy generation projects, environmental mitigation planning and acquisition of water rights for developers and energy generating facilities.

Curg Murray has been promoted to vice president and general manager at Gorge Rock. Murray has more than 16 years of experience in ready-mixed concrete and rock products. He has worked at Gorge Rock the past three years. His education includes a degree from Weber State University.

Dale Schoon of Park City has been selected as the chief executive officer of the National Ability Center. He will begin his duties Monday. He will replace Meeche White, who will step down in September after more than 23 years at the center's helm. Schoon has spent the past nine years at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, most recently as associate athletic director.

Doug Jackson has been named chief executive officer and president of Deseret International Foundation. He began work there in 2001 as chief financial officer and chief operations officer. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University.

Jeremy Kartchner and Clay Blackham have been named agency partners at Snapp Conner PR. Both have been members of the agency since its formal inception in April 2007. Kartchner was formerly senior account director. He has more than 10 years' experience in technology and sports public relations. Prior to helping launch Snapp Conner PR, he served as PR director for the Snapp Norris Group. Blackham served as a senior public relations associate. He has experience in technology, consumer and sports public relations.

Dave Ellis, Doug Folson, David Higley and George Brunt have been named to new roles at Prosper Inc. Ellis has been named president. He has eight years' experience in adult education and training, serving as president at one company and vice president of new business development at another. Ellis also has experience in the nutrition and fitness industry, including as founder and owner of American Exercise & Gym and in executive roles at two other companies. Folsom has joined Prosper as chief financial officer. Most recently, Folsom was the managing director of operations and the CFO for a national advertising agency. He was president and chief operations officer of a food products company and was a partner and CFO of another company. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah. Higley has been named chief marketing officer. Prior to joining Prosper, Higley was the executive vice president of online marketing at another company and was vice president of marketing and advertising at another firm. His education includes a degree from Utah State University. Brunt has joined Prosper as chief legal officer. Most recently, George was with a top-ranked national law firm. Prior to that, he was senior vice president and general counsel at four companies. His education includes a degree from Brigham Young University.

Sara Howe and Manuel Zea have joined Professional Service Industries Inc. as staff engineers at its Salt Lake City operations office. Howe's education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

Kent Dehart has joined Far West Bank as SBA manager. He has more than 25 years of banking experience, specializing in commercial lending and business banking. He will work at the Walker Center Building in Salt Lake City.

Jeff Lind has been appointed chief executive officer at Sabinsa Corp. He will oversee all operational aspects, including supply chain and purchasing management, as well as financial expenditures. He has more than 17 years of business experience, including roles in sales and marketing, corporate finance, supply chain and risk management. Most recently, he served as the director of marketing and sales for a nutritional company. He also has practiced taxation and general corporate law.

Jeffrey Yates has been appointed vice president of finance at USANA Health Sciences Inc. Yates has more than 20 years of experience in accounting and financing, including executive positions at three companies. The company also said it is assigning additional responsibilities for the Asia Pacific region to Bill Duncan, vice president over Australasia, and Deborah Woo, vice president over Greater China/North Asia.

Chuck Spence of the Procurement Technical Assistance Center in the Governor's Office of Economic Development has been named president of the Utah Supplier Development Council, and Randi Ruff of the University of Utah's purchasing department was elected as chairwoman of the board.

• Dunn Associates Inc. has announced several promotions. Youra Zivait and Tait Ketcham have been promoted to principal. Zivait has 32 years of engineering experience. Ketcham has 12 years of experience. Chris Olsen and Frank Potter are now senior associates. Olsen has 12 years of engineering experience, and Potter has 15. Promoted to associate are Matt Jackson, with seven years of experience, and Tyler Wright, with 16 years of experience.

Jane Waterstradt has joined the USTA Intermountain Section as the Salt Lake City tennis service representative. She has experience in sales and marketing. Intermountain is one of 17 sections of the United States Tennis Association and has districts in Utah and five other states.

Dan Garrison has joined OneAccord Corp. as a partner in the firm's senior sales and marketing leadership team. He has more than 30 years of sales, marketing and service experience. He recently served in senior sales and marketing and financial roles for a regional mortgage banking firm operating in more than 30 states.

Marty Carpenter has joined the Salt Lake Chamber as director of communication and marketing. He will direct communication and marketing efforts and serve as editor of the chamber publications "Life in Utah" and "Chamber Connection," as well as assume the role of primary point of contact for local and national media outlets. Carpenter previously was with a communications company and worked four years as a sports broadcaster in Tulsa, Okla. His education includes a degree from Weber State University.