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People - July 16, 2012

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Accounting
Brittney Knies has been promoted to senior associate, and Christopher T. Knox has been promoted as manager at Watermark CPA Group LLC.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Stacey Jarrett has joined Willow Marketing as account associate.

Kevin Wood has joined Young & Laramore as digital experience producer. Lucia Bayt has joined as account manager.

Taylor Newell has been named communications coordinator for Indianapolis Downtown Inc.

David Webb has been named president, international at JMI. Eric Pinkham has been named vice president, partnership development, North America.

John Peresie has joined Outsourced Sales Force in marketing.

Megan Bennett has joined Well Done Marketing as writer/producer specializing in digital communications and social media.

The Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association has added the following: Marshawn Wolley, director, partner relations; Julie Brown, senior manager, convention services; and Missy Berg, event manager.

Banking
Michael R. Becher has been named to the boards of directors for First Merchants Corp. and First Merchants Bank.

Finance
Rob Ziliak has joined Hufford Advisors as director of investments and client services.

Catherine Fanello has joined Umbaugh as a senior associate, public finance group.

Government
Courtney Zaugg and Alaina Shonkwiler have joined the city of Noblesville as economic development specialists.

Health Care
Dr. David Haggstrom and Dr. Matthew Bair, Regenstrief Institute investigators, have been promoted to associate professors of medicine by the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Michael Ryan has been named vice president of sales for TriMedx.

Angela Hickman has been named CIPROMS Inc. ICD-10 coordinator. Charity Singleton has been named a marketing specialist.

Professional/Trade
Nick Zuniga has joined Lambda Chi Alpha as director of chapter services.

Kristi Howard has been named manager of The Realtor Foundation.

Services
Sesco Enviromental & Remediation has added the following: Heidi Meyer and Brad Beckham, field technicians; Mark James, senior project manager; and John Darmer, CAD technician. Chad Pigg has been named president and CEO. Nathan Hyde has been promoted to project manager. Mary Bates has joined SESCO Environmental & Investigation as a technical support administrator.

PrincetonOne has added the following: Andrea Shain, project specialist; Sue Kieweg, talent acquisition specialist, recruitment process outsourcing division; Stephanie Kiger, client relationship manager, rpo; and Heather Fisher, scheduling coordinator, rpo.

Kevin King has joined MMY Consulting as vice president of delivery services.

OnSite Space by Tyson has named the following: Jeffrey P. Johnson, CFO; and Resa Stewart, director of sales and marketing. Bob Grimes has been promoted to the director of operations

Transportation
Tim Hicks, Debbie (Hicks) Bryant and Leonard Shook have been named stakeholders of LH Express LLC.•

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