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People in the news - Aug. 19, 2013

 IBJ Staff
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Accounting
Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski LLC has promoted the following: Kenny Dennison and Heather Plake, principals; and Jeff Lathrop, Heather Perry, Gemi Ozdemir and Steve Hise, members. Douglas Murphy, Jenna Schnellenberger and Monica Cetera have joined as staff accountants.

Dan Sailer has joined the valuation services group as a senior analyst at Katz Sapper & Miller.

Elliot Smith has joined CliftonLarsonAllen, Indianapolis, as an associate, assurance group, and Andrew Marcum has joined as an associate, federal tax group.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Becky Black has been promoted to director of marketing at Promethius Consulting.

Kelli Dickerson has joined Skyline Indiana as a trade show consultant and branding specialist.

Mortenson Safar Kim Inc. has added the following: Karen Chakiry, creative director; Noah Gregg, art director; Amy Dean, print production manager; Tom Fawbush, creative director; and Megan Roth, account executive, client service team.

TrendyMinds has added the following: Sean McCarthy, junior account executive; Jillian McIntyre, senior account executive; and Joshua Roof, senior Web developer.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Commonwealth Engineers Inc. has named the following: Mark Downey, CEO; Albert Stong, president; Brian Desharnais, secretary, Eric Parsley, treasurer; Ann Dryer and Tracy Boehmer, associates.

InterDesign has added the following: Scott Black, vice president, marketing and business development; Michele McKinney, interior designer; and Phillip J. Wink, project architect. Jerry Cripps has been promoted to vice president, project management, and Troy Haffner has been promoted to chief financial officer.

Banking
Jonathan Slaughter has joined State Bank of Lizton as chief lending officer. Jon Stevens has joined the bank as vice president, commercial banker with a focus on agriculture and small business.

Juan Gonzalez has been named senior vice president and business banking sales leader for KeyBank in Indiana.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Manjit Trehan has been named to the Eagle Creek Park Foundation as a new member of the board.

Ted Maple has been named president and CEO of Day Nursery Association of Indianapolis.

Elana Thompson has joined Starfish Initiative as corporate relations officer. Rodney Frederick has been promoted to chief program officer.

Sarah Hawkins has been named program director for the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series.

Leadership Indianapolis has named the following board of directors: Rafael Sanchez, Bingham Greenebaum Doll, board chairman; Jim Jay, Vinculum Communications, vice chairman; Matt Carter, Visit Indy and Music Crossroads International, treasurer; Suzanne Gaidoo, Lewis & Kappes, secretary; Greg Fennig, Indianapolis Power & Light Co.; Abbe Hohmann, Site Strategies Advisory LLC; Jill Lacy, Lacy Foundation; Rob MacPherson, Central Indiana Community Foundation; Kathleen McDonald Siegmann, Career Investments LLC; Michael Moriarty, Frost Brown Todd; Beth Perdue Outland, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra; Bob Schultz, Indianapolis Downtown Inc.; and Joe Smith, Faegre Baker Daniels. Linda Kirby has joined as the CEO.

Education
Taylor Newell has joined University High School as the assistant director of admission.

Keith Hansen has been named vice chancellor of student affairs at Ivy Tech Community College – Columbus/Franklin.

Finance
Michael Mullen has been named senior vice president and senior portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley.

Government
Matthew T. Klein has joined the Indiana Office of Utility Consumer Counselor as executive director of technical operations.

Health Care
Parveen Chand has been named chief operating officer at Wishard-Eskenazi Health.

Christine Wright has been named executive director for Axess Ultrasound.

Dr. Brendan Sweeny has joined Franciscan Physician Network Center Grove Family Medicine, Greenwood.

Law
Ice Miller has added associates in the employee benefits group: Malaika Caldwell and John Zollo.

William M. Huse and William J. Brinkerhoff have joined Schuckit & Associates PC in Zionsville, as associate attorneys.•

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  1. So, Pence wants the federal government to ignore the 2008 law that allows children from these countries to argue for asylum in front of a judge. How did this guy become governor? And how is that we'll soon be subjected to repeatedly seeing him on TV being taken seriously as a presidential candidate? Am I in Bizzaro-U.S.A.?

  2. "And the most rigorous studies of one-year preschool programs have shown short-term benefits that fade out in a few years or no benefits at all." So we are going down a path that seems to have proven not to work very well. Right intention, wrong approach?

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