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People in the news - Dec. 16, 2013

 IBJ Staff
December 14, 2013
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Banking
Gregg Corey has joined First Internet Bank Business Capital as vice president, asset based lending. Jennifer Eller has joined as vice president, operations asset based lending.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Derik Hughes has joined United Way of Central Indiana as a multimedia specialist.

Jaree Ervin has joined UNCF as development director, Indianapolis office.

Gene D’Adamo has been named president and CEO of the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.

The Eagle Creek Park Foundation has named the following officers: Michael Davis, president; Tabitha Klem; vice president; Carla Gargas, secretary; and Richard Bowden, treasurer.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has named the following officers: Alice Bennett, president, Muncie; Terri R. Jett, vice president; Mary Runnells, secretary, Bloomington; Cris Halter, treasurer; and Sharon Russell, affirmative action officer.

Construction
F.A. Wilhelm Construction Co. has added the following: Rachel Hobson, insurance coordinator; Aaron Taylor, network administrator; April Parsley, business development strategist; and Megan Young, proposal coordinator.

Government
Andrea Hermer has joined the Ports of Indiana as general counsel for the statewide port authority.

Law
Erin M. Drummy and Matthew A. Jagger have been named shareholders at Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman. Alyssa C. James and Schuyler J. File have joined as associates.

Laura Miller has joined Barnes & Thornburg as director, human resources. Shannon Williams has joined as director, law school recruiting and diversity.

Professional/Trade
IndyCREW has named the following officers: Denise Praul, Accurate Tax Management, president; Ali Sylvia, Plews Shadley Racher and Braun LLP, president elect/delegate; Leslie Wagner, Ginovus, past president/treasurer; Leslie Bonacker, Cresa Indianapolis, delegate; Kimberly Bond, Fifth Third Bank, secretary; Brooke Sipe, Alliance Commercial Group, director; and Sandra McCleese, Indiana Statewide Certified Development Corp., director. Committee chairs are Donna Koenig, CBRE, membership; Shelley Hendricks, Moore Restoration, sponsorship; Lauren Kriner, Capitol Construction, programs; Kelly Martin, Becknell Industrial, marketing; Lloyd Sawyer, Chicago Title Insurance Co., network; Whitney Rousselow, Kone Elevators & Escalators and Morgan Saltsgiver, ATC Associates Inc., golf.•
 

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