People in the news - Sept. 13, 2010

IBJ Staff
September 11, 2010
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Marc Caskey has joined RJ Pile LLC as a tax accountant.

Anita W. Sherman has been named managing partner at Greenwalt CPAs.

BKD has promoted the following: Sarah Griffin and Justin Stenberg, seniors; and Dan Wilder, senior consultant.

The American Cancer Society, central Indiana, has added the following: Abby Dankenbring, executive assistant; Brandi Davis-Handy, communications manager; Katie Lineweaver, Jeff Johnson and Jessica Hancock, community representatives. Lori Morrison has been promoted to director.

Vicki Mech Hester has joined Riley Children’s Foundation as chief strategy officer and vice president, human resources; and John Carreon has joined as assistant vice president, regional development.

Stacey Kalima has been named advocate at Prevail Inc.

Health Care
Ryan D. Chizum has been named vice president of compliance and quality at SynCare LLC.

Jana Strain has joined Geiger Conrad & Head in an of counsel capacity.

Catherine A. Clements has joined the health and life sciences practice group at Baker & Daniels LLP.

Michael Augustine has been named manufacturer’s representative for Tubelite.

Brian F. Knapp, Diverse Development Co. LLC, has been named Indiana alliance private sector co-chair at the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Real Estate
David Black has joined CresaPartners Indianapolis as a managing principal broker. Cindy Clark has joined as a vice president.

Dennis Barrow has been named operating principal for Keller Williams Indy Metro North.

Jim Morgan has joined Re/Max Ability Plus, Carmel.

Karen Rosebro rejoined and Ryan Dorman has joined Re/Max Legends Group.

Beth Youngs has joined Re/Max Excel office, Avon.

J.P. Jones has been named assistant manager of Morton’s The Steakhouse.

Robert Keck has been named chief operating officer at Catalyst USA.

Michael Fleming has joined the sales team at OfficeWorks.

Mike Dougherty has joined RMS-Safety as senior safety specialist.

Mike Welsh has been named vice president of commercial development for Rahal Letterman Racing.

Indesign has added the following: Mehul Patel, mechanical engineer, and Shaun Greene and Luke Johnston, software engineers.

Alex Schank has been named a senior account manager at Analysts International Corp.•


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