People in the news - Dec. 21, 2009

IBJ Staff
December 19, 2009
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Sponsel CPA Group has added the following: Katie Brocklehurst, administrative assistant; Jo-Ann Lewandowski, senior, employee benefit services; and Patrick Metallic, CEBS manager, director, employee benefit services.

Shaunette Byers has joined Marion County Commission on Youth as community initiatives coordinator.

Ross Brittain has joined the National Audubon Society as the Indiana director of bird conservation.

Kennethe Vaughn has joined United Way of Central Indiana as director of human resources.

Dan Hampton has joined CHAMP Camp as a new board member.

Dennis A. Wimer has joined Lutheran Child and Family Services of Indiana/Kentucky Inc. as executive director.

Jeff Smulyan, Emmis Communications, and Jim Morris, Pacers Sports and Entertainment, have been named co-chairs for Hoosiers Work for Health.

Jenna McCullough has joined Easter Seals Crossroads as an employment services representative.

The Franklin Township Education Foundation has named the following officers: Garry Stevenson, Cencor Inc., president; Rosalie Hawthorne, Nativity Church, vice president; Mike Tapp, The Skillman Corp., treasurer; and Stephanie Snow, Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union, secretary. New directors are Chad Cassinelli, First Indiana Bank; Elisabeth Good; Sam Gray Jr.; Darlene Hayden, Indiana Members Credit Union; G. Jean Kitley, Kitley Professional Corp.; Jaime Lira, Teachers Credit Union; Stephen R. Richwine; Steve Stangel, The Horace Mann Cos.; Ron Fisher, Schmidt Associates; and Scott Veerkamp, school board liaison. Advisory board members are Dr. Jonathan Mandelbaum, Indy Southside Surgical; Ann Hanson, IPS; and Cheryll Smith, Financial Network.

Sheltering Wings, Hendricks County, has named the following officers: Greg Hylton, Indianapolis Colts, chairman; Dan Bond, Capstone Benefit Advisors, vice chairman; De Sanders, Citizens Energy Group, secretary; and Dave Clark, Clark CPA Group, treasurer.

Lacy Leadership Association has named the following officers: Bob Schultz, Borshoff, chairman; Greg Fennig, Indianapolis Power & Light Co., chairman elect; Julie Burns, consultant/community volunteer, vice chairwoman and secretary; David Forsell, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Inc., vice chairman; Bill Harris, Fifth Third Bank, vice chairman; Susan Matthews, Borshoff, vice chairwoman; Shelley Johnson, Allman & Co. CPAs P.C., treasurer; and John Baker, National Wine & Spirits Inc., past chairman. New directors are Katy Allen, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis; Hugh Baker, Schmidt Associates; Scott Brown, Katz Sapper & Miller, LLP; Kathy Cabello, Cabello Associates; Matthew Conrad, Krieg DeVault LLP; Travis DiNicola, Indy Reads; Sandra Emmanuel, S. Emmanuel & Associates LLC; Liz Hoover, Hoover Financial Advisors; Andrea McGordon, The National Bank of Indianapolis; Susan McKenna, community volunteer; Richard Miles, WFYI; Steve Osborn, CE Solutions Inc.; Mark Palmenter, Wellpoint Inc.; Kendra Patrick, Central Indiana Community Foundation; Lee Ann Vriesman, Children’s Bureau Inc.; Nichole Wilson, Community Health Network; Christine Woodward-Duncan, Woodward-Duncan Consulting LLC; and Kelly Young, Baise Communications.

Kevin Sullivan has joined RLTurner Corp. as chief estimator.

Al Stanley has been named chief information officer at the Indianapolis Airport Authority.•


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