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People - Sept. 24, 2012

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Civic/Not-for-Profit
The Economic Club of Indiana has named the following officers: Jamie P. Merisotis, president; Deborah J. Daniels, vice president; John M. Mead, secretary/COO; George S. Farra, treasurer; and Michael Miller, program chairman. Brooke Huntington, EmployIndy, has joined the board of governors.

Janet E. Chronic has been named director of marketing, communications and brand management, at the National FFA Organization.

Jill S. Lacy has been named president of the Lacy Foundation.

Reach For Youth Inc. has added the following: Stacy Payne Miller, chief operations officer, and Lynn A. Highley, clinical director.

Sandy Strawhorn has joined Flight1 as chairwoman.

Park Tudor Foundation has named the following officers: Chris Braun, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, president; Robert Brown, Eli Lilly and Co., vice president; Steve Cagle, SmithGeiger LLC, treasurer; and Heather Reilly Murphy, secretary. New board members are Michele Janin and Jim Schacht, Cummins Business Services. Christie Kelly, Duke Realty Corp., has been named to the board for the Park Tudor Trust. William S. Coleman Jr. has been named chairman of the NISH board.

Dance Kaleidoscope has promoted the following dancers to full company members: Aleksa Lukasiewicz, Justin Sears, Emily Dyson and Noah Trulock. Gregory Stanley Manning III has joined as an apprentice.

Construction
Kelley Stokesbary has joined Home Safe Homes as home assessment coordinator.

Jonathan Bassett has joined Keystone Construction as project engineer.

Education
The Central Indiana Region, Ivy Tech Community College has named the following new trustees: Scott Bess, Goodwill Education Initiatives Inc.; Charles Garcia, Garcia Construction; and  Al White, Eli Lilly and Co. Yvonne Perkins, Citizens Energy Group, has been named chairwoman. Rollin Dick, MH Equity Investors LLC, has been named vice chairman, and Brooke Huntington has been named secretary. Stephanie Taylor has been named executive director of corporate college.

Geneva Taylor, Rolls-Royce North America, has joined Arts for Learning, the Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences, as a board member. Rose Kelly-Falls, Rapid Ratings International Inc., has joined as a board member.

Keith A. Burke has been named co-principal at Thomas Carr Howe Community High School.

Danielle Shockey has joined Harrison College as national dean, school of education.

Eric Lecher has been named the theology teacher at Providence Cristo Rey High School.

Charles DeMaio has been named vice president for external relations with the Indiana State University Foundation.

Insurance
Bryant Tutterow has been promoted to vice president of marketing at HCC Medical Insurance Services. Muhammad Yasin has been promoted to marketing director.

Todd A. Carrier has joined Baldwin & Lyons Inc. as director of risk management.

Michael E. Kleinman has been promoted to vice president, chief of staff, at WellPoint.

Bill Cerney has joined Gibson as a client executive, surety practice leader and member of the construction team.

Katie Fucik has joined the Hylant Group as regional wellness coordinator in the employee benefits department, and Sam Watts has joined as client service specialist, personal lines department.

Jennifer Revell has joined Sagamore Health Network as vice president of business development. Dwight Hall has joined as broker/payer consultant.

Rick Marden has been promoted to vice president, underwriting, at Indiana Farmers Mutual. Ryan Campbell has been named vice president, chief information officer.

Professional/Trade
Financial Executives International, Indianapolis chapter, has added the following board members: Jay Bray, Deflecto LLC, and Michael Becher, retired partner, Deloite. Jonathan Peisner, KAR Auction Services, has been named president.

Michael Pecchia, Celadon Group Inc., has been named president of CT Logistics Freit Rater Users Group.

Jeremy Sowders has been named director of business development for Radius Indiana, the regional economic development partnership representing eight counties in south central Indiana.

Real Estate
Dannetta Hiatt has joined Colliers International | Indiana Region as first vice president of industrial services, and Jeffrey B. Norris has joined as senior vice president and director of corporate services. Lindsay Puthoff has been named marketing coordinator.

Julie Cromer has joined RE/Max Ability Plus in Fishers.

Tamara Carroll and Michelle Reed have joined RE/Max Centerstone in Plainfield.

Bradley Hamann has joined S K Richard & Assocs as a sales associate.

Ryan Frantz has joined Ruoff Home Mortgage as vice president and area manager, Keystone Crossing.•

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