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Devin S. Allred has joined the Silverado Senior Living team as the administrator of Silverado At Home in Salt Lake City. He previously was executive director of a Salt Lake senior living community and has more than 12 years of experience in the senior housing and care industry in three states.

Wanda Kubat-Nerdin and Vonda Davis-Hutton have joined Windermere Real Estate/St. George LLC Inc. as sales associates in the company's Southland office. Kubat-Nerdin previously was employed with another realty company as a sales agent. Davis-Hutton was previously employed with another company as a sales agent and spent 17 years with a company in Salt Lake City.

Kevin Nelson has been promoted to manager of America First Credit Union's Internal Audit Services Department, Chad Tanner has been named the new manager of the Member Relationship Call Center and Jennifer Davis has been selected as the Young Member Connection manager. Nelson started with America First in June 1982, where he worked as a computer operator. He served in the Programming Department for four years and then transferred to become an information-technology auditor. He has been serving as the assistant manager IT auditor since 1996. Tanner began at the credit union in 1992 as a call-center representative. He became an operations coordinator/trainer in 1998. In 1999, he was promoted to the assistant manager of the Member Service Call Center and most recently he has been serving as the call-center systems administrator. Davis has been at the credit union 18 years, and has served in numerous positions, most recently as manager of the Member Relationship Call Center.

Bret R. Ellis has been named vice president for information technology at Weber State University, and Herb Garman is the new managing director for WSU's Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts. Ellis comes to WSU from Brigham Young University Hawaii, where he served as dean of the school of computing. He served as that university's chief information officer from 1997 to 2004. Ellis has more than 20 years of experience in higher education. Prior to joining WSU, Garman was the associate director of the Center for Dramatic Art at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Peter T. Pearson has been promoted to senior vice president of client sales and support at Safelite AutoGlass. In his new role, Pearson will be a part of the eight-person senior leadership team that guides the direction of the company and will take charge of Safelite Solutions' client sales and support team. Pearson joined Safelite in 1989 as a result of the company's acquisition of AFG Glass, where he served as a regional manager. Prior to that, he was with another glass company as general manager. He has 24 years of vehicle-glass-industry experience and also worked 12 years at another company as a branch sales manager. His education includes a degree from the University of Utah.

James A. Thomas has joined FFKR Architects as project architect and Cynthia M. Cook has joined the company as marketing director. Thomas has more than 30 years of experience in architecture and served as planning and zoning commissioner for Keller, Texas. Cook will be responsible for directing efforts relating to client retention, business development, brand positioning and corporate communications. Cook joins FFKR Architects with more than 25 years experience in marketing management. Cook's education includes a degree from Westminster College.

Ryan S. Harmer has been promoted to manager in KPMG LLP's Salt Lake City audit practice. Harmer has more than six years of experience in auditing, financial reporting, accounting for mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, convertible debt offering and accounting for revenue recognition. His education includes degrees from Brigham Young University and the University of Utah.

Sheryl Aguilar and Janet Bergeson will lead the two branches of the new Human Nutrition Research Group for the Center for Advanced Nutrition at Utah State University. Aguilar, senior dietitian, will be responsible for the overall development and management of CAN's research kitchen. Aguilar has 19 years of experience as a registered dietitian in a variety of capacities and has been a certified diabetes educator for 16 years. She helped develop and consulted for the Nutrition Department at the Cache Valley Specialty Hospital in North Logan, and was the food and nutrition director at the Palolo Chinese Home in Oahu, Hawaii. Her education includes a degree from Utah State University. Bergeson, clinic coordinator, will be responsible for directing all clinical aspects of trials. She has 25 years of experience, including serving as a guest lecturer for the USU/Weber College of Nursing and for the Nutrition and Food Science Department at USU. She served as the director of lactation education and the prenatal education services at a Logan hospital. Her education includes a degree from Utah State.

Danny Richardson has been appointed executive director of the Utah Tourism Industry Coalition. Richardson has been sales manager of the mountain-products division of a sporting-goods equipment company for 18 years, and before that was president of Ski Utah Inc. He succeeds Nan Groves Anderson, who has been the organization's executive director since 2002. She will become the executive director of the Entrada Institute, a nonprofit arts and community organization based in Torrey, Wayne County, that develops and promotes understanding and appreciation of the natural, scientific, artistic and cultural heritage of the Capitol Reef area.

Stephen Bemis has been appointed vice president of worldwide sales at Wavelink Corp. Bemis has been with Wavelink since 2003, most recently as senior director of channel sales. He has nearly 30 years of experience in hardware and software sales and management.

• USANA Health Sciences Inc. has announced several management changes. Dave Wentz has been promoted from president to chief executive officer. Myron Wentz, the founder of the company, continues in his role as chairman of the board of directors. Fred Cooper, previously executive vice president of operations, has been promoted to president and chief operating officer. Mark Wilson, previously executive vice president of customer relations, has been promoted to executive vice president of North America. Kevin Guest, previously executive vice president of marketing, has been promoted to chief marketing officer. Deborah Woo, previously vice president with responsibility for operations in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, has been promoted to executive vice president of Asia. Jim Bramble, USANA's general counsel, has taken on the added role of corporate secretary. Roy Truett, previously vice president of information technology, has been promoted to chief information officer. Effective Sept. 1, Gil Fuller will retire from his position as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Following his retirement, Gil will be appointed to USANA's board of directors and will be engaged by the company as an adviser. Upon Gil's retirement, Jeff Yates, currently USANA's vice president of finance, will assume the role of CFO.

• Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. has formed a North Asia regional management team to focus on strategic growth initiatives in the region comprised of Japan and South Korea. The company named 18-year Nu Skin veteran Brett Nelson to lead the management team as president of the North Asia region. As part of the new position, Nelson will relocate from corporate headquarters to Japan. Among his most recent responsibilities, Nelson has served as the company's vice president of global distributor support and was president of the Southeast Asia region. Luke Yoo has been appointed regional vice president of the North Asia region and will also continue in his role as president and general manager of the company's South Korea business. Yoo joined Nu Skin South Korea in 1999 and has served as president and general manager of Nu Skin's South Korea operations since 2003. The company also announced the appointment of Ryan Napierski as vice president of business development for North Asia. Napierski was recently appointed as vice president of business development for Nu Skin Japan. Gary Sumihiro will continue in his role as president of Nu Skin Japan. Sumihiro has served as president of the market since April 2007 and has nearly two decades of experience in the direct selling industry.