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Pivot, A Turning Point for Youth, has named Jennifer Goodrich president and CEO. Goodrich has been with Pivot for 20 years as a therapist and supervisor, most recently serving as vice president of programs. She has 25 years of professional experience in nonprofit, mental health and substance abuse counseling. Goodrich is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and an approved supervisor for both licensures. She is a TBRI Practitioner and is Trauma Focused-CBT and EMDR trained. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and a Master of Education in community counseling from the University of Central Oklahoma. Goodrich has been interim president and CEO since January 2019.

The Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau has hired Alyssa Baier as digital marketing manager and Caroline Roach as social media marketing coordinator. Baier previously was marketing manager for Frontier City and White Water Bay. Roach previously was an advertising account executive for The Oklahoman Media Company.

Faith Fields has been promoted to to vice president of human resource management at First State Bank. Fields joined the Bank in August of 2015. She has more than eight years experience in the HR industry. Prior to joining The First State Bank, she worked at Chesapeake Energy and Access Midstream. She has recently achieved certification in HR Managements from The Society of Human Resource Management.

Castleview Wealth Advisors has named Drew Garner chief operating officer and wealth adviser. Garner graduated with a bachelor's degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 2016 and has worked the past three years as a wealth analyst.

Veteran agricultural journalist Sam Knipp has joined the First Oklahoma Ag Network team as a farm broadcaster. Knipp was raised on a western Kansas farm and ranch and graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor's degree in agricultural journalism and a minor in agricultural economics. He later earned a master's degree in agricultural communications from Oklahoma State University. After working for radio and TV stations in Kansas and Missouri, Knipp worked in communications and public relations for Kansas Farm Bureau and directed the communications and public relations efforts for Oklahoma Farm Bureau and American Farmers and Ranchers.

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