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People in the news - Aug. 18, 2014

 IBJ Staff
August 16, 2014
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Accounting
Nate Brames and Jim Babcock have been promoted to partners of Ernst & Young LLP. Ali Blackburn has been promoted to executive director. Dan Bayha has been promoted to executive director.

Michelle A. Pallme and Lacey A. St. John have been promoted to accountant supervisors at London Witte & Co. LLP.

Yshua Tzin has joined ComerNowling as an assistant staff accountant. Cami Demaree has joined as a senior audit manager.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Caroline Kirkwood has joined Miller Brooks as media assistant. Theresa Delano has joined as traffic manager.

Erin Igney has joined Vitamin J as the UI/UX design director.

Julie Perry has joined StrataBlue LLC as director of digital media marketing.

Banking
Citizens State Bank has added the following: Elliott Somers and Colleen Huxhold, relationship managers.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
The Toastmasters Club of Fishers has elected the following officers: Jessica Petrie, president; Elsa Caleb, vice president education; Holly Swift, vice president membership/public relations; Debbie Fornefeld, secretary/treasurer; and Bill Hebert, sergeant at arms.

School on Wheels has named the following officers: Lori Gooding, chairwoman; Tom Boesen, vice chairman; Brooke Smith, treasurer; Nora Spitznogle, secretary; and Alice Morical, immediate past chairwoman. New members are Carolyn Clay Hal, Colleen Hittle and Scott Dvornik.

Construction
Shiel Sexton has added the following: Sue Prewitt, prequal administrator; James Crawley, project engineer; and Dean Losh, superintendent. Shiel Sexton has promoted the following: Kale Shortridge and Blake Anderson, assistant project managers; Jason Daubenspeck, senior estimator; and Tyson McGowan and Anthony Saucerman, superintendents.

Todd Davis has joined the project management team at Holladay Construction Group.

Mary Elson has joined Garmong Construction as an administrative assistant.

Education
IUPUI University Library has named the following officers: Julia Spoor Gard, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, president; and Richard Ellis, PNC Bank, vice president. Jennifer Callicoat, Courseload; Bob Frist, Rowland Design; and Kelly Hindman, Edward Jones, have joined the board.

Harrison College has added the following: Ashley Bullard, financial aid analyst; Amy Bush, administrative assistant; Junia DeGracia, financial aid analyst; Kelsey Dunning, manager of student learning resources; Jason Finke, instructional coach; Mary Katherine Harmon, admissions representative; Amy Hendrix, student affairs specialist; Kiel Holman, admissions representative; Emily Leffert, admissions representative; Tatenda Majero, admissions representative; Ashley Morgan, financial aid analyst; Jesse Miller, admissions representative; Joanna Nelson, admissions representative; Kristen Revall, admissions representative; Alexis Sleet, admissions representative; Laura Sorg, health sciences program chairwoman, Indianapolis campus; Gary Spence, admissions representative; Haleigh Williams, financial aid analyst; Tyrone Williams, online financial aid analyst; Michael Woods, admissions representative.

Michael P. Bishop, Cohen Garelick & Glazier, has been named to The Robert H. McKinney School of Law board of visitors.

The Orchard School has promoted the following: India Williams, director of diversity; Nick Eble, director of studies; Reegan Homburg, middle school technology teacher; Kathleen Yohe, elementary school numeracy teacher; Jamie Belmont, elementary school technology teacher; and Bethanne Collins, middle school learning support teacher. Andrew Torr has joined as the middle school math enrichment teacher.

Joseph Rosenblatt has been named professor of mathematics and chair of the department of mathematical sciences at the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

St. Richard’s Episcopal School has named the following officers: Theodore Planje, Eli Lilly and Co. (retired), president; Valita Fredland, Indiana University Health, vice president; Claude Harrington, Hypercube, treasurer; and Michael Carter, Cummins, secretary. New trustees are Kyle Fisher, Community Health Network; Tatiana Foroud, Indiana University School of Medicine; Jeffrey Frank, Deloitte Tax LLP; Rosalia Morquecho, Eli Lilly and Co.; Nancy Wright, Roche Diagnostics; Greg VanSlambrook, Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School; and Gilbert Voy, Eli Lilly and Co.

Finance
Lori Kolbus has joined 20/20 Financial Advisers LLC as client services coordinator.

Ryan W. Veldhuizen has joined Capstone Wealth Advisors.

Eric Blackburn has joined City Securities as vice president of corporate and executive services.

Mike Wolinsky has joined Family Financial Advisors as agent development manager.

Health Care
Dr. Louis F. Landman has joined Franciscan Physician Network Indiana Heart Physicians.

Wendy Schulte, board-certified pediatrician, has joined St.Vincent Medical Group in Zionsville.

Dr. Brian L. Brewer, Dr. Peter M. Hammer and Dr. Ben L. Zarzaur, all board-certified in both surgery and surgical critical care, have joined the Level I Trauma Center at IU Health Methodist Hospital.

Zac Unger has joined Pearl Pathways as a regulatory analyst.

Dr. Michael Shrift has been named chief medical information officer at Community Health Network.

Insurance
LHD Benefit Advisors has added the following: Scott Barrett, financial analyst, and Christina Berger, account manager.

Carol Scully has been named director of strategic risk management at MJ Insurance.

Law
Katherine E. Carlton and Lindsey A. Kovener have joined Schuckit & Associates PC, Zionsville, as associate attorneys.

Andrew Thompson has joined Ice Miller as property tax director.

Russell C. Menyhart has joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as of counsel, litigation practice group.

Jude P. Byanski has joined Eagle & Fein PC as an associate attorney.

Eric J. Neidlinger has joined Keller Macaluso LLC in the areas of real estate, business and commercial services, and litigation.

Geoff Silver has joined Jackson Lewis, Indianapolis office, as of counsel, collegiate and professional sports practice group.

Professional/Trade
Steve Menser has been elected to business manager/financial secretary for IBEW Local 481.

ACEC Indiana has named the following officers: Sanjay Patel, president; Scott Hornsby, vice president and national director; and Cheryl Cunningham, secretary.

Real Estate
Summit Realty Group has added the following: R.J. Rudolph, senior vice president specializing in office advisory; Christa Calderone, client services coordinator; Abby Atwell, assistant property manager, property management group; and Will Young, senior property manager, property management group.

Carol Averitt has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Zionsville.•
 

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  1. I'm sure Indiana is paradise for the wealthy and affluent, but what about the rest of us? Over the last 40 years, conservatives and the business elite have run this country (and state)into the ground. The pendulum will swing back as more moderate voters get tired of Reaganomics and regressive social policies. Add to that the wave of minority voters coming up in the next 10 to 15 years and things will get better. unfortunately we have to suffer through 10 more years of gerrymandered districts and dispropionate representation.

  2. Funny thing....rich people telling poor people how bad the other rich people are wanting to cut benefits/school etc and that they should vote for those rich people that just did it. Just saying..............

  3. Good try, Mr. Irwin, but I think we all know the primary motivation for pursuing legal action against the BMV is the HUGE FEES you and your firm expect to receive from the same people you claim to be helping ~ taxpayers! Almost all class action lawsuits end up with the victim receiving a pittance and the lawyers receiving a windfall.

  4. Fix the home life. We're not paying for your child to color, learn letters, numbers and possible self control. YOU raise your children...figure it out! We did. Then they'll do fine in elementary school. Weed out the idiots in public schools, send them well behaved kids (no one expects perfection) and watch what happens! Oh, and pray. A mom.

  5. To clarify, the system Cincinnati building is just a streetcar line which is the cheapest option for rail when you consider light rail (Denver, Portland, and Seattle.) The system (streetcar) that Cincy is building is for a downtown, not a city wide thing. With that said, I think the bus plan make sense and something I shouted to the rooftops about. Most cities with low density and low finances will opt for BRT as it makes more financial and logistical sense. If that route grows and finances are in place, then converting the line to a light rail system is easy as you already have the protected lanes in place. I do think however that Indy should build a streetcar system to connect different areas of downtown. This is the same thing that Tucson, Cincy, Kenosha WI, Portland, and Seattle have done. This allows for easy connections to downtown POI, and allows for more dense growth. Connecting the stadiums to the zoo, convention center, future transit center, and the mall would be one streetcar line that makes sense.

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