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People in the news - Jan. 25, 2010

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January 23, 2010
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Jim Chesterfield, Benefit Consultants Inc. and Charlie Schlegel, Challenge Foundation Academy, have joined the Young Audiences Indiana board.

Fairbanks has added the following: Laura Meyer, development coordinator; Veronica Leffler and Kasey Miller, business development representatives; and Andrea Resnik, human resources manager.

Indiana Youth Services Association has named the following officers: David Westenberger, Foundations for Youth, Columbus, president; Jon Bennett, Children’s Bureau, vice president; Frank Shambo, NIPSCO, treasurer; and Cindy Kinnarney, Regions Bank, Bloomington, secretary. New board members are Alan Cloe, WFYI; Kathleen Baldwin, Tell Kathleen Anything; Rebecca Polcz, Indiana University Office of Government Relations; Jeffery Fanter, Ivy Tech Community College; and Guy Hayes, United Way of Central Indiana.

Amber Striegel has joined the United Way of Central Indiana as a communications manager in the strategic marketing and communications department.

Women’s Fund of Central Indiana has named the following officers: Ann Murtlow, Indianapolis Power & Light Co., chairwoman; Julie Manning Magid, IU Kelley School of Business, vice chairwoman; and Elaine Bedel, Bedel Financial Consulting, vice chairwoman elect. Melissa Proffitt Reese, Ice Miller LLC and Renee Washington, Northrop Grumman Information Technology Inc. have been named members serving three-year terms. Julie Bowen and Lindsey Rabinowitch, community volunteers, have been named ex-officio members.

Meg Christensen, Bingham McHale LLP, has been named president of the Trusted Mentors board. New members are Chris Kothe, Somerset CPA’s; Natara Sampson, Rolls Royce Corp.; Dr. Shelly Barkat, Castleton Chiropractic Clinic; and Jessica Journey, IUPUI.

The Regional Performing Arts Center in Carmel has named the following: Jeremy M. Hatch, director of development, and John R. Hughey, public relations manager.

The Indiana State Museum Foundation has named the following officers: Bill Browne Jr., Ratio Architects, chairman; Kyle Hupfer, Proliance Energy, vice chairman; Nancy Jordan, Lincoln National Financial Corp., secretary; and Clint Pletcher, Lake City Bank, treasurer. New directors are Eleanor F. Bookwalter, Polly H. Hix, Katharine Kruse, James A. Rodefeld, Alice Schloss and Judy Warren, civic leaders; Andrew Dahlem, Eli Lilly and Co.; Timothy Franson, B&D Consulting; Michael Hall, Stifel Nicolaus & Co. Inc.; Sandra Kemmish, Lincoln Financial Foundation; Joseph E. Loftus, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; Gregory L. Pemberton, Ice Miller LLP; Mark Pescovitz, IU School of Medicine; John G. Rapp, Associated Orthodontists; Mark Shublack, Ice Miller LLP; and Michael Westfall, Parkview Health Systems Inc.

Promising Futures of Central Indiana has added the following new board members: Mark Durr, JBS United, Inc.; Jane Merrill, attorney; and Chris Werth, Boomerang Development LLC.

Beth Gehlhausen, Gehlhausen Consulting, has been named interim executive director of Coburn Place Safe Haven.

Construction
Paul Okeson has joined Keystone Construction Corp. as vice president of business development.•

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