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People in the news - June 25, 2012

 IBJ Staff
June 23, 2012
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Accounting
BKD LLP has named the following senior managers: Justin McNabb, Matthew Stout, Jason Myers, Michael Ososki and Ashley ThompsonImran Lodhi and Stephanie Hershberger have been promoted to seniors. Cynthia Adams, Lindsay AdamsMatthew GooteeScott Humphrey and Adam Roberts have been promoted to managers.

Jamie Ellis has joined Katz Sapper & Miller as chief of operations and finance.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Tyler Robinson has joined BSA LifeStructures as a revit technician in engineering services.

Aaron Rhoades has joined The Schneider Corp. as GIS technician and Matt Thomas as project surveyor.

Eric Lucas has been named director of the Indianapolis office of MKSK.

Brad Ott has been named to lead land survey operations at EMH&T.

Banking
Lea Kelley has joined Salin Bank as vice president, business development officer. Gordon Castetter and Ashley Cullison have joined as vice presidents, commercial banking.

Jay Puckett has joined the Indiana Members Credit Union as the regional manager.

Bradford Grabow has joined Lake City Bank as vice president and commercial banking officer at 96th and Meridian Streets.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Michael Mullen has joined the board of directors of the Cornea Research Foundation of America.

Sarah Bailey has joined Child Care Answers as the infant toddler specialist.

The Central Indiana Community Foundation has added the following: LaTasha Sturdivant-Malone, grants officer; Monica R. Peterson, donors services advisor; and Julie Wright, grants coordinator. The Central Indiana Senior Fund has added the following advisory board members: H. Ken Bennett, Kim Hood Jacobs, and The Rev’d Karen L. King.

Education
Katherine L. Peck has been named executive associate dean for administration, operations and finance, at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Craig G. Downing has been named head of the department of engineering management at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Neil Stanley has joined Harrison College as regional president, corporate partnerships. Jennifer Callicoat has joined Courseload Inc. as vice president for publisher and content partnerships.

Government
Hannah Rozow, Milford, has been named student representative on the Commission for Higher Education

Health Care
Lauren Knoop has been promoted to wellness coordinator for the employee health program at American Health Network. Amy Daily, RN, has been named clinical manager, and Tracy Minor has joined as the wellness manager for the program. Mary Delaney has been named director of employee health at American Health Network.

Indiana University Health Cancer Centers have added the following executive management positions: Holly Goe, statewide executive director of clinical operations; Chris Achtein, central region’s director of oncology practice operations; and Sonya Zeller, regional director of oncology practice operations.

Community Physician Network has named the following: Dr. Ramarao Yeleti, president, and Dr. Ernest Asamoah, board chairman. Dr. Sultan Niazi and Dr. Faheem Abbasi, board-certified pulmonologists, have joined to serve patients on the south side of Indianapolis.

Teri Duell has been named operations director of the Indiana University National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health at the IU School of Medicine. Tisha Reid has been named associate director.

Marc Hackett has been named executive director of the Jane Pauley Community Health Center, Renaissance School.

Law
Anne L. Cowgur has joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as a partner in its litigation and labor and employment practice groups.

George E. Purdy has joined the litigation practice as a partner at Krieg DeVault. Laura C. Bonadies has joined the practice as an attorney, and Angela C. Woodlee has joined as a paralegal.Mark T. Morrell has joined the health care practice as an associate.

John F. Hirschman has rejoined Faegre Baker Daniels LLP as counsel.

John Williams has been named to lead the new federal legislative & regulatory advocacy practice group at Hall Render.

Media
Dan Human has joined the Indianapolis Business Journal as a reporter.

Professional/Trade
Dave Bromund, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, has been elected to the board of the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s Indiana Pressler Memorial Chapter and named chairman of the public policy committee.

Dr. Anantha Shekhar, Indiana University School of Medicine, has been named president of the Association for Clinical and Translational Science.

Brooke Klejnot has been named executive director for the Broad Ripple Village Association.

Real Estate
Century 21 Scheetz has added the following Realtors: Julie Allen, Sean Creamer and Jodi Scott.

Sports
George Perry has been named ISL commissioner for Indiana Soccer.

Utilities
Eric Burch has joined the Indiana Municipal Power Agency as manager of member services.•
 

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  1. So as I read this the one question that continues to come to me to ask is. Didn't Indiana only have a couple of exchanges for people to opt into which were very high because we really didn't want to expect the plan. So was this study done during that time and if so then I can understand these numbers. I also understand that we have now opened up for more options for hoosiers to choose from. Please correct if I'm wrong and if I'm not why was this not part of the story so that true overview could be taken away and not just parts of it to continue this negative tone against the ACA. I look forward to the clarity.

  2. It's really very simple. All forms of transportation are subsidized. All of them. Your tax money already goes toward every single form of transportation in the state. It is not a bad thing to put tax money toward mass transit. The state spends over 1,000,000,000 (yes billion) on roadway expansions and maintenance every single year. If you want to cry foul over anything cry foul over the overbuilding of highways which only serve people who can afford their own automobile.

  3. So instead of subsidizing a project with a market-driven scope, you suggest we subsidize a project that is way out of line with anything that can be economically sustainable just so we can have a better-looking skyline?

  4. Downtowner, if Cummins isn't getting expedited permitting and tax breaks to "do what they do", then I'd be happy with letting the market decide. But that isn't the case, is it?

  5. Patty, this commuter line provides a way for workers (willing to work lower wages) to get from Marion county to Hamilton county. These people are running your restaurants, hotels, hospitals, and retail stores. I don't see a lot of residents of Carmel working these jobs.

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