People in the news - April 18, 2011

IBJ Staff
April 16, 2011
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Harrison College has promoted the following managers: Marty Mehringer, vice president, student financial services; Kevin Hesler, vice president, information services; Kristen Weaver, associate provost, communication and faculty development; Nelson Soto, associate provost of curriculum and instruction; Jeff Schillinger, associate provost of policy and administration; Steve Jaworowski, vice president, marketing; Ryon Kaopuiki, vice president, enrollment; Greg Bond, vice president, operations; Janet Herman, regional president–North; and Steve Hardin, regional president–South.

William J. Fitton has joined The College Network as chief financial officer.

Kristen Schunk Moreland has been named director of process improvement at Ivy Tech Community College.

Mike Hall has been promoted to partner at Knall/Cohen Group of Stifel Nicolaus.

Health Care
Dr. Rebecca Chilvers and Dr. Leo M. Bonaventura, specializing in reproductive medicine, have joined American Health Network.

Dr. Jo Mahenthiran has joined Community Heart and Vascular.

Dr. Aasha Trowbridge has been named medical director for Franciscan St. Francis Neighborhood Health Center.

Jana Bass has joined Nationwide Medical Review as a medical review officer assistant.

Shannon Page, nurse practitioner, has joined Lader Internal Medicine, a Community Physicians of Indiana office.

Rick Exline has been promoted to executive vice president, operations management, for LCS.

Cindy Adams has been named chief nursing officer at Community Health Network.

Dr. Lisa Altuglu has joined St.Vincent Physician Network as a board-certified pediatrician.

Dr. Charles F. Hasbrook has joined Alliance Home Health Care as medical advisor.

Christia Hicks has been named director of the Regenstrief Specialty Clinics at Wishard Health Services.

Dr. Kevin B. Gebke has been named OneAmerica Professor of Preventive Health Medicine and chairman of the Indiana University Department of Family Medicine.

Real Estate
Carrel Regan has joined Keller Williams Indy Metro NE as a realtor and member of TheHomelandGroup.com. Andrea Vadas has joined as an associate broker and team leader of TheHomelandGroup.com.

Cliff Heidenreich has joined Re/Max Select in Greenwood, and Matthew Sponaugle has joined Re/Max Ability Plus in Carmel.

Brian Kuhn has joined RMS-Safety as senior industrial hygienist. Pat Lohman has joined as ergonomic specialist/business relations.

Piet Smet has been named director of business development, Europe operations, at BioStorage Technologies.

Steve Day has joined PrincetonOne as an account executive.

August Mack has promoted the following: Jennifer Richards, eCAP® project manager; Andrew Herrman, staff geologist; and Heather Rochford, project manager. Neil Skirvin and Anthony Henley have joined as field scientists, and Jeffrey Ward has joined as a project geologist.•


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