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People in the news - Oct. 28, 2013

 IBJ Staff
October 26, 2013
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Accounting
Craig Kuechenberg has been promoted to director at BKD LLP. Wendy G. Budde has joined as a tax manager.

Advertising/Marketing/ Public Relations

xiik has added the following: Justin Bryant, director of business solutions; Ryan Stroble, account coordinator; and Bethany Shepard, copywriter.

Jessica Husek has joined Borshoff as a copywriter, and Jacob Kluth has joined as an account coordinator.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Alissa Renz and Janna Bruce have joined the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention as AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteers. Cortney Owens has been named the Joe Fahy fellow and Ana Cavazos has been named the Sam Jones scholar.

Carissa Smith has joined Easter Seals Crossroads as administrative assistant at the South Side Outpatient Clinic. Maren Oslund has joined as a licensed clinical therapist and Mary Jo Gremling has joined as manager, Crossroads document services.

Chrissy Vasquez has joined Back on My Feet Indianapolis as executive director.

Marc McAleavey has joined Playworks Indiana as executive director.

Jacqueline Willett has joined Coburn Place Safe Haven as an adult services advocate.

Jean Mrasek has been named news chairwoman of the National Panhellenic Conference board.

College Mentor for Kids elected the following officers: Shelley Hunter, Harrison College, chairwoman; Nikki Shoultz, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, vice chairwoman; Peter Smithhisler, North American Interfraternity Council, secretary; and Randy Keeling, Fifth Third Bank, treasurer. New directors are Josh Brown, Law Office of Josh F. Brown LLC; Anne Kunkler, Ohio State University student; Bryant Pottmeyer, Ernst & Young; Andrew Salamone, Indiana University student; Sheila Seedhouse, Key Learning Community; Jayme Stemle, Indianapolis Power & Light Co.; Nicole Wilson, Community Health Network; and directors emeriti: Dave Norris, Hylant, and Jack Burns, SGI Inc.

Manufacturing
Kevin Walsh has joined Genesis Plastics Welding as product and process development engineer.

Professional/Trade
Dan McInerny, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, has been elected vice chairman of the Indiana State Bar Association, agricultural law section.

Dr. John Wernert has been named president-elect of the Indiana State Medical Association.

Real Estate
Lee Clouse has been named vice president of management at Community Management Services Inc.

Wholesale
Dan Gassert and Wayne Adkins have been promoted to managing partners at ABC Supply Co. Inc., central Indiana.•

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