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People in the news - June 27, 2011

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June 25, 2011
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Accounting
Tony Brita has joined Katz Sapper & Miller LLP as director.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Micah Sitzman has been promoted to art director at Borshoff.

Karyn Soergel has joined Meyer & Wallis as vice president.

Shari Finnell has joined Slingshot SEO as editor-in-chief.

Architecture/Design/Engineering
The Etica Group has added Chad Grabinski as a project engineer and Catherine Mescall as a senior engineering technician, Indianapolis office.

Marsha Gray has joined Astbury Environmental Engineering Inc. as a business development professional.

Rich Kelly has joined A&F Engineering as the vice president, site-engineering division.

Banking
Sherry Boudoin has joined M&I Bank as a community mortgage banker.

Shawn Niehaus has been named senior vice president and head of retail banking for central Indiana at Fifth Third Bank.

Rick Smith has joined the Heartland Community Bank as vice president of credit administration.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
James R. Hodge, Permal Asset Management Inc., New York, has been elected to the board of the Indiana University Foundation.

Anne M. Hamilton, Kroger Gardis & Regas LLP, has been named to the board of the Susan G. Komen For the Cure, central Indiana affiliate.

Gregory D. Williamson has been named executive director for the St. Francis Healthcare Foundation.

Education
Lindsay Schmitt has been promoted to director of marketing and new media at The College Network. David Knight has joined as chief operating officer.

Health Care
Al D’Andrea and Glenn Phillips have joined TriMedx as directors of sales for hospital, alternate site and regional health care providers.

Dr. Charles E. Kinsella has joined St. Francis Medical Group and established a practice with the newly formed Pulmonary & Sleep Specialists.

Jennifer Cohn has joined the St.Vincent Neuroscience Institute as the neuroscience clinical director.

Law
Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC has added the following associates: David S. Wagner and Stephen A. Riga.

Rebekah E. Pierson has joined Wooden & McLaughlin LLP as a paralegal within the real estate and business practice areas.

Manufacturing
Amy Watson has been named market sales manager for central Indiana at Kimball Office.

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana has named the following: Bob Nelson and Kiyoshi Ikeyama as vice presidents; and Sylvia Bier, assistant counsel.

Media
Ben Hoffman has joined Entercom Indianapolis as the director of sales.

Professional/Trade
Indiana Community Business Credit Corp. has named the following: Mike Newbold, Huntington Bank, president; Kevin Smith, KeyBank, vice president and treasurer; and Jean Wojtowicz, Cambridge Capital Management Corp., secretary. New board members are Richard Barbercheck, First Financial Bancorp; Nancy Huber, Fifth Third Bank; and Steve McGlothlin, Old National Bank.

Services
Jennifer Tanner has been named partner and executive vice president at Thomas P. Miller and Associates.

Victoria Hirschberg has joined Thomas P. Miller and Associates as a senior project consultant.

Don Minner has joined Productive Strategies Inc. as a senior marketing consultant.•

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