People in the news - April 26, 2010

IBJ Staff
April 24, 2010
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Sheryl Root has joined Cadick Williams McAllister Ford PC as a staff accountant.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
VMS has added the following: J’neen LeRette, associate director of client services; Rona Ash, program manager; Sarah Sadowski, program coordinator; and Stacy Royer, director of client operations.

Devra Callaghan has joined Synergy Marketing Group as chief marketing officer.

Chip Bradway has joined CE Solutions Inc. as a senior project manager.

Jim King has joined Astbury Environmental as technical director of investigation and remediation services. Mike Murphy and John Wick have joined as field technicians.

Thomas D. Stayer has been named Indianapolis mortgage originator at Salin Bank. David Higgins has been named business development manager for the Salin Loan Center, Fishers.

Huntington Bank has added the following: Tamara Storey, commercial banking equipment finance sales executive; Rob Larger, business banker; Jennifer Mathews-Miner, business banking relationship manager; Scott Rothenbush, business banking team leader; and Doug Miltenberger, private banking relationship manager.

MedTech College, now the corporate office for ten campuses in six states, has promoted the following: Pam Davis, chief operations officer; Donna Reed, chief academic officer; and Cindy Dutton, chief marketing officer. Joe Davis, CEO. Regional promotions are Amy Kienitz, regional vice president, financial services; Rod Harding, regional vice president, academics; and Jeanne Lausten, regional human resources director.

Harrison College has promoted the following: Marc Konesco, chief operating officer; Tony Hanslits, national dean of The Chef’s Academy; and Dr. W. Brice Finney, national dean of the School of Veterinary Technology. Michael W. Sanders has joined as director of international development.

Cathy Lawson has been promoted to director of development and alumni relations at Park Tudor School. Mark Phillips has been promoted to director of technology.

Mark Scheid has been named president and CEO of the Institute for Study Abroad.

Health Care
Susan Perkins has been named disaster management coordinator at St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers. Jason B. Middleton has been named director of product and business development

Dr. Rebecca Ball has joined Indianapolis Veterinary Referral as a general veterinary surgeon.

Joe Sagorsky has been named director of St. Francis Employer Health Solutions.

Ryan S. Jacobs has joined Now Courier as project manager. Matt Straub has joined as a regional sales representative.•


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