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People in the news - Nov. 25, 2013

 IBJ Staff
November 23, 2013
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Architecture/Design/Engineering
Seth Schickel has joined HNTB as senior project engineer/senior squad leader, bridge section.

Katie Bradley has been promoted to design director at RJE Business Interiors.

Jon Eakes has joined BSA LifeStructures as a senior design professional in engineering.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
The Humane Society of Indianapolis has added the following: Sarah Gindes, events and corporate relations manager, and MaryAnna Ferris, donor and community relations manager.

Dr. Jim Dalton has been named president and CEO of Damar Services Inc.

Angela Manlove has joined The Clowes Fund Inc. as the fund’s first New England-based program officer. Katie Ellis has been named program assistant.

Education
Lumina has added the following: Tanya Garcia, state policy officer; Amber Garrison Duncan, evaluation and planning officer; Nicole McDonald, strategy officer; and Sean Tierney, strategy associate.

Chef Vincent Kinkade has joined The Chef’s Academy, Harrison College, as dean of academic affairs.

Suzanne Rothenberg has joined the Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township as the director of public relations and community outreach.

Dr. Rajiv Sood has been named the first Dr. Sanford and Thelma E. Glanz Professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Cathy Chapelle has joined Park Tudor School as director of strategic communications. Emily Hebert Groves has joined as assistant director of communications for strategic and external relations.

Finance
Marty Broderick, Lynn Achinger, Ed Bowling and Jordan Stefanov have joined Semler Financial Group as financial service professionals.

Health Care
Nichole Gillum has joined Delta Dental sales team as an account specialist.

Amy Williamson has been promoted to operations support manager at The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism.

Insurance
Joseph A. Martin has been named executive vice president and CEO of Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance.

Marc Hoeppner has joined Hylant as a client executive with the trucking and transportation practice group.

Law
Alan A. Levin has been named managing partner at Barnes & Thornburg. Robert T. Grand has been named the office managing partner. Brian L. Burdick, Michael R. Conner, Andrew J. Detherage, Richard J. Hall, Jeffery A. Hopper and Kenneth J. Yerkes have been named at-large management committee members.

Janis E. Steck has joined Leeuw Oberlies & Campbell PC as an associate attorney.

Maureen “Molly” Moss has joined the construction and real estate litigation group of Faegre Baker Daniels as an associate, downtown office.

Wooden & McLaughlin has added the following associates: Justin A. Kashman, litigation, and Samantha R. Hargitt, business, real estate and banking.

Real Estate
Carpenter Realtors has added the following: Laura Stevenson, Denise Brewer, Susan Selke, Jobea Trefny, Kelly Wright, Adam Pulley, John Paunicka, Stephanie Sohn, Chuck Draine, Tony Dilts, LeeAnn Balta, Ashley Davidson, Josh Barton, Jenny Huang, Dusta Fahs, Noel Kagy, Michael Sullivan, Kristy Receveur, Kelly Nicol, Rita Moore and Kristin Schlesinger.

Mark Madinger has joined Lauth Group Inc. as project manager, construction group.

Earline “Lee” Caudle has joined Mt. Helix Property Management LLC as regional property manager.

Mark Hardin has joined Ruoff Home Mortgage as a senior loan officer for the Indianapolis office.

Bill Marsh has joined Colliers International | Indiana Region as vice president of retail services.

Shannon Gilbert and Ryan Clark have joined RE/MAX Ability Plus.

Erick Cavalcanti has joined First Mortgage of Indiana Inc. as a mortgage loan originator.

Flaherty & Collins Properties has added the following: Noelle Malatestinic, development assistant; Elaine Clark, executive to the vice president of construction; and Cortnae Gordon, administrative assistant.

Services
Dr. Jack Wittman has joined the water resources team at INTERA.

John Simpson has been named sales director for Indiana at Acculube.

Brad L. Hitzfield has been named board chairman of Westminster Village North.

Cynthia K. Springer, Faegre Baker Daniels, has been elected secretary to the board of Markey’s Rental & Staging. Scott Hirschman, Browning Investments, has been named to the board.

Fred Nichols has joined Environmental Quality Management Inc. as director, business development in charge of sales and marketing.

Rick Waddle has been named funeral director for Flanner and Buchanan-Washington Park East.

Sports
Anne Heffernon has been named the women’s Junior Olympic program director, USA Gymnastics.

Technology/Telecommunications
Apparatus has added the following: Jon Ford, client operations specialist; Amber Eastburn, records management specialist; and Jillian Walker, executive assistant.•
 

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