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People in the news - Sept. 9, 2013

 IBJ Staff
September 7, 2013
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Brenae Maddix has joined Hire Sales as associate account manager.

Megan McKinney Cooper has been named director of business development at the St. Claire Group.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Thomas Carpenter II has joined The Schneider Corp. as business development manager and Mike Judt has joined as project surveyor.

Mark DeBruler has been promoted to senior technical engineer at Beam Longest and Neff LLC and has been assigned the role of town engineer for Zionsville. Chris Kaufman has been promoted to environmental engineering department manager.

Ted Kussow has joined Applied Engineering Services as a project engineer.

Banking
Michael Greer has been named executive vice president, director of commercial banking at Salin Bank.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Nicki Reas Meneley has been named executive director of the National Panhellenic Conference Foundation. Jenny Greyerbiehl has joined as the training and curriculum design coordinator.

Dennis Erwin, Keystone Growth Strategies, has joined the executive board of DREAM Alive Inc.

Christine Johnson has joined the Indiana State Museum as creative director.

Ann Marie Tiernon, Fishers, has joined the board of the Indiana Women In Need Foundation.

Dress for Success Indianapolis has named the following board members: Brandi Davis-Handy, Indianapolis Power & Light Co.; Mary Jovanovich, Charles Schwab & Co. Inc.; Shelly Langona, RJE Business Interiors; and Sarah Perrone, Deloitte Tax LLP.

Justin Kilgore has joined The Damien Center as director of administration.

Construction
Don Jungst has joined Mezzetta Inc. as lead estimator. Christina Coghill has joined as project coordinator.

Keith Cochrun has joined JBM Contractors Corp. as senior estimator/project manager. Michael Stuerenberg has joined as an estimator/project manager.

Reggie Lyons has joined Williams Scotsman as branch sales manager.

Education
Lisa C. McKinney, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, has been elected to the board of advisors of the Center on Congress at Indiana University.

Government
Mary Rosswurm, Little Star Center, has been named to the Indiana Commission on Autism.

Insurance
Andréa Homoya has joined FirstPerson as a wellness advocate. Brandon Moore has joined as director of advisor support.

Justin Schneider has been named senior policy advisor and counsel for Indiana Farm Bureau.

Kelly Witt has joined Gregory & Appel Insurance as vice president of group benefits operations and client services.

Law
Neha Matta has joined Lewis Wagner as an associate.

Bassam S. Nader has joined Brannon Sowers & Cracraft PC as a patent agent.•

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