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People in the news - June 10, 2013

 IBJ Staff
June 8, 2013
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Accounting
Tad Chew, Cameron Gentry and Timothy Murphy have joined Katz Sapper & Miller as staff accountants.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Julie Berry has been named president of Carson Design Associates – Indiana.

Anthony Handy has joined Vector Consulting LLC as an electrical designer.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Nick Radivan has been named sales and development manager at the National FFA Organization. Bryan Kelley has been named senior sales and development manager.

Bosma Enterprises has promoted the following: James Michaels, vice president, programs services; Heather Quigley-Allen, vice president, marketing and resource development; Patricia Gadzala, chief financial officer; and Joice Wade, vice president, human resources.

Horizon House has added the following new board members: Derek Hagenhoff, KPMG; Bill Robertson, Ameriprise Financial/Robertson and Associates; Scott Sheehan, Eli Lilly & Co; John Smeltzer, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP; Loretta Smith, Fusion Alliance; and Marcella Williams, Homewatch Care Givers of Indianapolis West.

The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention Indianapolis has named the following new board members: Val Hogston, MHA; Travis Sandifur, Arrestee Processing Center, Marion County Superior Court; Sherry Seiwert, Indianapolis Downtown Inc.; and Karin Thornburg, Midtown Community Mental Health Center.

Craig Huse, St. Elmo Steak House, has been named to the board of governors at the Riley Children’s Foundation.

Jennifer Pendleton has been named executive director at the Community Foundation of Boone County.

Frank Pillow has joined the Visiting Nurse Foundation Inc. as the foundation administrator.

Debbie Snyder has joined Sigma Delta Tau as executive director.

Lee Fuller and Ben Hecke have joined the Phi Kappa Psi Foundation as associate directors of development.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis has added the following directors: Amy Hlavacek, BGBC Partners LLP; Lisa Osterman, Community Solutions; Benham Roberts, ExactTarget; and John Yates, MHS.

Megan Watson has joined Arts for Learning, Indiana affiliate of Young Audiences, as communications coordinator.

Construction
Chrislyn Novotney has joined EF Marburger Fine Flooring as a design and sales consultant. Elizabeth Reed has joined as a receptionist.

William S. Hornbake has been promoted to vice president of project controls and support at Hunt Construction Group.

Mike Robinson has joined Thieneman Construction Inc. as a mechanical estimator.

Education
Karl Knapp has been named acting dean of the school of business at the University of Indianapolis.

Wil Hampton has joined Marian University as executive director of athletic events, sponsorship and marketing.

St. Richard’s Episcopal School board of trustees has named the following officers: Ted Planje, Eli Lilly and Co. (retired), president; Valita Fredland, Indiana University Health, vice president; John Craun, Vertellus Specialties, treasurer; and Michael Carter, Cummins, secretary.

The University of Indianapolis has promoted the following: Mark Weigand, executive vice president for campus affairs and enrollment services; and Kory Vitangeli, dean of students and vice president for student and campus affairs.

Government
Peggy Wild has been promoted to state director of career and technical education and assistant director of college and career readiness curriculum at the Indiana Department of Education.

Health Care
Dr. Azita Chehresa, a board-certified family medicine physician, has joined American Village as an attending physician.

Jolene Adams has joined Novia CareClinics LLC as vice president of nursing and clinic operations, and Devin Spilker has joined as the director of operations. Mindi Matthews has been promoted to director of health and wellness.

Cara Jared, Amanda Phillips and Meg DiMartino have joined Little Star Center as program managers.

Pamela A. Phillips has joined outpatient behavioral health services at Franciscan St. Francis Health.

Dennis Murphy has been named system chief operating officer at Indiana University Health.

Margy Tuckman and Carol Eller have joined American Health Network Employee Health Solutions division as nurse health coaches.

Healing Your Hidden Hurts has added the following clinical associates: Michelle Barnett and Jason Miller.

Insurance
Ella Smiley has joined FirstPerson as a client advocate. Isabelle Tharp-Taylor has joined as director of first impressions. Ben Cooper has joined as an analyst.

Jason Tapp has joined Huntington Insurance as a property and casualty insurance sales executive.

Law
Victoria Calhoon has joined the litigation and advocacy practice at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP as an associate.

Constance Lindman, Dennis Schell, and Eric Lamb, intellectual property attorneys, have joined SmithAmundsen LLC, Indianapolis office, as partners. Alyssa Rogers, corporate law, and Suzanne Newcomb, labor and employment services, have also joined the new office.

K. Michael Gaerte has joined the litigation practice group at Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP.

Julie K. Lappas has joined the health practice group as an associate at Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman.

Matthew B. Millis has joined the litigation team at Wooden & McLaughlin LLP.

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has added the following partners: Jeffrey Halbert, Ron Smith and Steve Sutherlin.

Manufacturing
John Harvey has joined Genesis Plastics Welding as senior-level product and process development engineer. Andrew Kaucher has been named as a product and process development engineer.

Damon Kries has joined ALTEX as production supervisor.

Jimmy H Rayford Jr. has been promoted to president of broadcast cable at Belden Inc.

Rebecca Haynie has joined the SePRO Corp. as a regulatory affairs specialist.

Professional/Trade
Rick Bromm, ALTEX, has been named to the board of the Wire Harness Manufacturer’s Association.

Deena Dodd, Indiana Statewide Rural Health Network, has been elected to the board of the National Cooperative of Health Networks Association.

Real Estate
F.C. Tucker has added the following residential sales associates: Lyndon Jones, Castleton; Kodi Hall, and Valerie Vail, Keystone; John Galada, Noblesville; Rusty Dillon and Rhonda Schwartz, West; Vicki Allen and Linda Zhang, Carmel; Doug Bowsher, Rick Daves, Gabriel Lawless and Todd Heck, East; Susan Engbrecht, Carrie May and Lisa May, Geist; Micki Sheridan, Meridian North; David Castino, Chelsea Dowdell and Todd Hart, Noblesville; Marcy Renken, South; and Mitch Morson and Kevin Steele, Zionsville.

Century 21 Scheetz has added the following agents: James Asher, Betsy Beasley, Laurie Bender, Garrett Brooks, Jean Davis, Angela Delise, Rudy Duran, Michael Ferron, Connie Hill, Dustin Jones, Jim Lane, Brandie Laudig, Megan Martz and Jason Rose.

Rebecca Wells has joined Jones Lang LaSalle as an executive vice president in the Indianapolis office.

Jeffery Mathey has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Carmel. Daniel Shine has joined RE/MAX Select in Greenwood.

Services
Michele Murday has joined EnviroForensics as a field geologist. Keith Gaskill has been promoted to senior geochemist, and Nick Hill has been promoted to project manager.

J Hopkins has joined ClaimAid Consulting as vice president. Tammy Loy has been named a Social Security disability attorney/advocate.

Elevate Ventures has added the following: Kelly Schwedland, entrepreneur-in-residence for northwest and north central Indiana, and Kregg Kiel, entrepreneur-in-residence for north central Indiana.

Sports
Stephanie Arnold has joined Indiana Sports Corp as director of business development.

Technology/Telecommunications
Hannah Shaner has been named vice president, marketing department, at Fathom Voice. Nikki Hewlett, Zack Risley, and Zachariah Schrink have joined Appnuity as managed service technicians.

Stacy Perrigo has joined MMY Consulting Inc. as the accounting manager.

Ben Farrell has joined BidPal as director of strategic and national partnerships. Jessica McCoy has joined as marketing manager.

Gregg Reine has joined IT Solutions Inc. as a senior project engineer.

Tony Montoya has joined pan – Performance Assessment Network as the vice president of sales.•
 

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