Martin Andersen, media director at Nu Skin International, has been awarded first-, second- and third-place awards in the U.S. Industrial Film and Video Festival. He received a first-place "Gold Camera Award" for the direction and production of "Dreamstealers II." Edyth Pherson has been named president of the new Uniglobe Concord Travel Inc., located in the Jamestown Square in Provo. Uniglobe, the largest retail travel franchise in the world, specializes in corporate travel, both domestic and foreign. Jeffrey G. Allan has been promoted to director of accounting at Valtek Inc. Allan will supervise and support the daily accounting activities of all the company's U.S. operations, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, customer billing, collections, cash management and cost accounting. Karol L. Palmer has been appointed president of the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center's Volunteer Auxiliary, a term that lasts through February 1993. Palmer has spent several years in community volunteer service, most recently serving as chairman of the Intensive Care Unit Volunteers at the hospital. Don E. Houskeeper has joined the real estate firm of Coldwell Banker John West. He has had many years of experience working in Utah County and St. George as a real estate agent and broker. For the past 10 years he has been employed in the auto industry in Provo and Orem. Gary Dan Hill, CEO and president of NYCOM Inc., a Utah Valley software development company, has been working on a Department of Labor contract to develop an Electronic Substance Abuse Database, which will give information and training support tailored to small- and medium-size businesses developing substance-abuse programs. He will be presenting a demonstration model of the proposed DOL Electronic Substance Abuse System in the Small Business Administration Regional Office in San Francisco on Wednesday, May 29.