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People in the news - Aug. 8, 2011

IBJ Staff
August 6, 2011
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Accounting
Kirk Taylor has joined Katz Sapper & Miller LLP as manager in the audit and assurance services department.

Shaun Duffin has been promoted to director, valuation services group at GBQ Goelzer Valuation Services.

Janet Walker has joined Leemhuis Group as director of accounting services.

David Tribbett has joined Sherck Hussey Johnson & McNaughton LLC as staff accountant.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Borshoff has added the following: Whitney Ping, account coordinator, and Keesha Richardson, account manager. Margaux Childers and Chad Mertz have been promoted to account directors.

Aubrey Villines has joined Carmel-based Strategic Marketing & Research Inc. as a research specialist.

Steve Hering has been promoted to art director at xiik.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
Brittany Murphy and Jenna Lewis have joined Carson Design Associates as interior designers.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Gary Wallyn has been named executive director at the Indiana Music Educators Association.

Mona Kheiry has joined Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership as director of education and client services.

Mike Eline has been named director of finance and operations at Second Helpings.

Julie Tornquist has joined the Young Audiences Arts for Learning Indiana board.

Anya Aslanova has been named director of educational development at the Indianapolis Art Center.

Laura Byram has joined the faculty of the Academy of Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre.

Construction
Justin A. Freeman has joined Messer Construction Co. as a project engineer.

Education
Mary G. Barr has been named vice president of communications & marketing at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, and Rickey McCurry has been named vice president of institutional advancement.

Finance
Austin Kirtley has joined WestPoint Financial Group as a financial services professional.

Norman Clark has been named director emeritus KEMBA Credit Union.

Health Care
Dr. Melanie Sanders has joined Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Surgeons with St. Francis Medical Group.

Dr. Jessica Nguyen Gillespie has joined Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons of St. Francis Medical Group.

Shannon Castetter has been named executive director of Red Oak Industries.

Dr. Adam M. Paarlberg has joined Beech Grove Family Medicine of St. Francis Medical Group.

Tobi Reidy, D.O., has joined the Kendrick Colon and Rectal Center.

Insurance
Peggy Marks has been named office business leader at Mercer Health & Benefits LLC. Tracey Gavin has been promoted to advisory & enterprise segment leader.

Law
Robert R. Foos Jr. has been elected equity partner at Lewis Wagner LLP.

J. Scott Fanzini has joined Bamberger Foreman Oswald & Hahn LLP as a trial attorney.

Manufacturing
Alan Koers and Kyle Jones have joined Mobile Drill Intl as R&D mechanical engineers.

Printing/Publishing
Todd Howard has joined Fineline Printing Group as director of sales and client services.

Professional/Trade
Krista S. Taggart, Benesch, has been named to the pro bono standing committee, Indianapolis Bar Association. Raegan M. Gibson, Benesch, has been named to the leader series.

Andrea Roberts Pierson, Baker & Daniels LLP, has been named as a sustaining member of the Product Liability Advisory Council.

Mark Goff, Paige’s Music, has been named treasurer of the National Association of Music Merchants.

Real Estate
Evan Elliott has joined Re/Max Ability Plus in Fishers.

Scott Clayton has joined Encore Sotheby’s International Realty as associate broker.

Andrea Hopper has joined the industrial advisory team at Summit Realty Group.

Gordon Hendry has rejoined CB Richard Ellis.

Polly Blue, Matthew Borushko and Chris Smith have joined Re/Max Ability Plus.

Services
EnviroForensics has added the following: Adam Herrmann and Darci Thomas, project managers, and Jordan Goff and Jonathon Jordan, field technicians.

Darron Lasley and Kimberly Wilkes have joined PrincetonOne HirePursuit as search consultants.

Gary Delph has been named president of EnvisionAir. Travis Garrett has been named CEO.

Jim Fisher has joined Five Career Advisors as a senior recruiter for the health care IT industry.

Mike Moriarty has joined Cargo Services Inc. as account executive.

Technology/Telecommunications
Jason O’Brien has joined Courseload Inc. as chief technology officer. Michael Burton has joined as director of university partnerships.

John Guzman has joined n|Frame of Carmel as a senior account executive.

Eric Spadafora has been named director of business sales for Verizon Wireless, Michigan/Indiana/Kentucky region.•
 

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