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People in the news - July 5, 2010

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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Dan Dark has joined Pulse Creative Partners as partner and director of video production.

Roger Harvey has been named a principal with Bose Public Affairs Group.

Kevin Greek has joined MillerPierce has an account executive.

Sandra Nordmeyer has joined Indianapolis Signworks as vice president/business development manager.

Boost Media Entertainment has added the following: Jason Acquisto, strategic advisor; Ryan Alvis, lead visual developer; and Matt Ritter, web designer.

Jessica Ciccarello has joined H2H Group LLC as account coordinator. Erin Sparacino has joined as executive assistant.

Q7 Associates, Indianapolis, has named the following: James Wilder, portfolio development head; Ole Brereton, director of photographic and video production, and Joshua Grow, consulting designer for animation and interactive projects.

Dittoe Public Relations has added the following partners: Lauren Sanders and Megan Lawler.

Brittany McDonald has been promoted to fulfillment project manager at TKO Graphix.

Megan Cook has joined Tactic Marketing as graphic designer. Cody Thompson has been promoted to senior designer.

Publicis Indianapolis has promoted the following: Anne Coyner, senior print production/studio manager, and Bob Davis, senior electronic production artist.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
NPower Indiana has named the following officers: Scott Nickerson, Crowe Horwath, chairman; Mike Johnson, Eli Lilly and Co., vice chairman; Debbie Kraft, Cisco, secretary; and Tim Oliver, Chase Bank, treasurer. New board members are Charles Brandt, Katz Sapper & Miller; Christopher McKee, CNO Financial Group; Roy Mellinger, WellPoint; Robert Null, Baker & Daniels; Scott Wallach, BKD; and Mendy Werne, Blastmedia.

Donald Johnson has been named a board member for Young Audiences Indiana.

Hendricks County Tourism Commission has added the following: Barb Stoots, Wingate by Wyndham, Plainfield; and Lance Angle, Metropolis Mall, Plainfield.

Nancy Huber, Fifth Third Bank, has joined the board of Conner Prairie Interactive History Park.

The Greater Indiana Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association has elected the following new board members: Dr. Fred Unverzagt, Mike Barth III, and Hallie Bailey. Curt Fankhauser has been named past president, and Dr.Carolyn Cunningham, president elect.

 The Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention has named the following officers: John Willey, president; Bill Taft, vice president; Todd Sears, treasurer; and Christine Shepard, secretary.

John McShane and Cherrish Pryor have joined the board of the Peace Learning Center.

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana has named the following officers: Crystal Livers-Powers, IPL, chairwoman; Carolyn Bunzendahl, Reach Inc., first vice chairwoman; Diana Sullivan, IU School of Nursing, second vice chairwoman; Carl Bender, civic volunteer, secretary; Debi Ladyman, BKD LLP, treasurer. New members-at-large are Sylvia Marshall Bogle, Ivy Tech Community College East Central; Dr. Katasha Butler, Managed Health Services; Karen Celestino-Horseman, Austin & Jones P.C.; Jaime Foresman, Caterpillar Inc.; Beth Forman, Deloitte & Touche; Beverly Jackson, Quadel Consulting Corp.; Dee Owens, Indiana University; Nancy Menard Riddle, Ice Miller; Mary Anne Sloan, Purdue University; and Carolin Requiz Smith, Indianapolis Mayor’s Office.

Patricia Polis McCrory has been named president elect of the Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art has named the following officers: Stephen Russell, chairman; June McCormack, vice chairwoman; Kathleen Postlethwait, vice chairwoman; Rick Johnson, vice chairman; Daniel Cantor, secretary; Lawrence A. O’Connor Jr., treasurer; Lynne Maguire, at large; and Myrta Pulliam, immediate past chairwoman.

Myrna Trump has joined CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions as senior accountant.

Martin Marciniak, Eli Lilly and Co., has been named to the board of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir.

Claire Fiddian-Green has joined The Mind Trust as president. Anne Shane has joined as vice president of strategic growth initiatives.

Health Care
Dr. George W. Sledge Jr. has been named president of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

Body One Physical Therapy has added the following: Frank Klene, physical therapist, North Meridian practice; Meghan Partenheimer, athletic trainer/clinical assistant, North Meridian practice; and Kaitlynn Radtke, physical therapist, Zionsville practice.

Rachelle Davis has been named president of SynCareR LLC.

Dr. David M. Mandelbaum has been named physician champion for St. Francis’ EpicCare Implementation and part-time medical director of the specialty division for St. Francis Medical Group. Dr. David O. Kovacich has been named assistant medical director of cardiovascular practices. Dr. Christopher B. “Topper” Doehring has been named vice president of medical affairs at St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers. Larry Meade has been named marketing manager and Kimberly Stettler has been named manager for central scheduling.

Marc Mendonca, Radiation & Cancer Biology and IU School of Medicine and the IU Simon Cancer Center, has been named editor-in-chief of the Radiation Research Society’s Radiation Research.

Tobi Reidy has been named a fellow with the IU School of Medicine colon and rectal residency program at Kendrick Regional Center for Colon and Rectal Care, St. Francis Hospital-Mooresville.

Community Health Network has named the following to vice presidents of medical affairs: Dr. Don Ziperman, Community Hospital East; Dr. Bob Lindeman, Community North; and Dr. Randy Lee, Community South.

Dr. Gaston Dana has been named medical director of the Wound Healing Center at Johnson Memorial Hospital.

Law
Heather McPherson and Anne Hamilton have joined Kroger Gardis & Regas LLP.

Theresa M. Ringle has joined Easter & Cavosie as of counsel.

Joseph M. Cleary has joined Collignon & Dietrick PC in the area of state and federal criminal defense.

Isaac M. Willett has joined Baker & Daniels LLP as an associate in the health care and life sciences group, 96th Street office.

Lewis Wagner has added the following attorneys: Neal Bowling, Edward D. Thomas and Ryan J. Vershay.

Media
Betsy Sheldon has joined Indiana Living Green magazine as editor.

Restaurants
Howard Mitchell has been promoted to general manager at Morton’s The Steakhouse.

Reggie McGuire has joined The Chick-fil-A, Westfield, as director of sales.

Services
Cynthia Cochran has joined Pinnacle Partners as talent acquisition in charge of recruiting for the health care staffing division.

Sports
Bill Benner has joined the Horizon League as senior associate commissioner for external affairs.

John Carter has been named the director of the Indiana Olympic development program at Indiana Soccer.

Angela Hatem has joined Indiana Sports Corp. as manager of membership sales and services.

Technology/Telecommunications
Matthew Erich has been named an account executive at Vontoo Inc.

Paul Sylvester has joined Kinney Group as chief operating officer. Paula Burkert has joined as controller.

Don Van der Wiel has been named chief financial officer at Fifth Gear.

Perpetual Technologies Inc. has added the following: Shannon Cunningham, contract officer; Charles Overman, technical writer; and Brian Caudill, systems integrator/architect.

Transportation
Aaron Gordon has joined s2f worldwide LLC as general manager.

Mike DeFabis has joined Integrated Distribution Services Inc. as the sales/marketing coordinator.

Rodney French has joined Private Fleet Backhaul as general manager, operations.

Wholesale

Jack R. “J.R.” Hogan has been promoted to vice president, general markets south, at Bearing Headquarters Co.•

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