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People in the news - May 5, 2014

 IBJ Staff
May 3, 2014
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Willow Marketing has added the following: Indraneel “Neel” Dey, Patrick Wenzel and Josh Rowland, senior Web developers; Taylor Bussick, video production manager; and Libby Christiansen, account coordinator.

Education
Nick LeRoy has been named executive director of Indiana Charter School Board.

Jackie Simmons, Indiana University, has joined the Providence Cristo Rey board.

Harrison College has added the following: Nyra Buckner, administrative assistant to enrollment; Dantra Finkler, nursing faculty; Kendra Harter, admissions representative; Ashley O’Riley, administrative assistant to nursing; Kristin Pendley, high school admissions representative; and Allisa van der Merwe, admissions representative.

Finance
Sue Jackson has joined GSF Mortgage, Carmel branch.

J. Scott Davison has been named CEO for the companies of OneAmerica.

Jeremy M. Dunn has joined Automotive Finance Corp. as corporate counsel.

Joe Clagg has joined Legacy Practice Management as a wealth advisor/financial advisor.

Health Care
Annie Lacy, RN, has been named executive director, Indianapolis area operation, for Senior1Care.

Dr. Tatsuya Sueyoshi has joined the Center for Hip & Knee Surgery and the joint replacement surgeons of Indiana Research Foundation as a research fellow.

Hotel/Motel
Lilian Nader has been promoted to sous chef at Conrad Indianapolis.

Andy Seal has been promoted to general manager of the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown.

Phil Ray has been promoted to the general manager of the JW Marriott Indianapolis.

Insurance
CoLiance Risk Advisors has added the following: Maggie Hayes, account/quality manager; Lisa Thomas, commercial account manager-large accounts; Erin Fitz, commercial account manager; Jacob Devine, commercial account assistant; and Jason Brown, senior risk analyst and producer.

Law
Anne Hensley Poindexter has been named managing partner at Campbell Kyle Proffitt LLP.

Christopher Bayh has joined Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Indianapolis office as an associate, litigation department.

Ahmed Young has joined Bose McKinney & Evans LLP as an associate in the litigation group.

Services
Melissa Meier has been promoted to vice president, strategic account manager, at Walker Information. Lauri Jones has been promoted to vice president, consulting services.

Kristen Miller has joined Human Capital Concepts as executive vice president, human resources consulting.

Shane Towne has joined BEAN LLC, parent company of Indy-based Green BEAN Delivery, as president.

Sports
Matt Lauer has joined Exclusive Sports Group as the director of marketing.

Amy Waymire has joined the Indianapolis Colts as community relations assistant.

Technology/Telecommunications
Tom Burdick has been promoted to COO at Level365. Jay Cutler has been promoted to vice president of biz dev.

Scott Crane has been named president of eImagine Technology Group.

Matt McNulty has joined Bloomerang as an account executive.

John Brack has joined The RND Group Inc. as a lead software engineer.

Transportation
Celadon Group Inc. has promoted the following: John Basker, senior customer relationship analyst, retail team; Lea Hill, senior customer relationship analyst, utilization analysis/APS team; and Adam Poore, assistant operations manager.

Chris Blunk has been promoted to chief operations officer at ProTrans.•

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