People in the news - Sept. 5, 2011

IBJ Staff
September 3, 2011
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Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Borshoff has added the following: Jordan Hunt, account coordinator, and Angela Roberts, account director. Steve Beard has been promoted to creative director, and Lisa Tellus has been promoted to account director.

Joe Botich has joined EchoPoint Media as a digital media strategist.

Chris Gahl has been promoted to vice president of marketing & communications at The Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association.

BSA LifeStructures has promoted the following: Steve Snyder, director, information technology; Eric Bogenschutz, director of BIM; Andy Lane, principal in charge; and Tyler Smith, associate director of business development.

Chris Mansfield has joined D Spencer Engineering LLC as a designer. Christine Curtis has joined as the business/human resources manager.

MCCOY has added the following board members: Eric Kilbride, Joby Semmler, Jayna Cacioppo and Cynthia Muse.

Rick Krakora has joined Easter Seals Crossroads as IT manager.

Anita Harden has joined Lutheran Child and Family Services as interim executive director.

Angela White, Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates, has been named to the Giving USA Foundation board of directors. Ted Grossnickle, JGA, has been elected to the board of directors.

John V. Goodpaster, forensic chemistry, has been named director for the forensic and investigative sciences program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis School of Science.

Salatha Willis has joined Martin University as vice president for enrollment management and student affairs. Kelly Payton has joined as dean of students and Angela Neely has joined as director of the NASA SEMAA program.

Simon Lumley has been named executive director of Medtech College, Indianapolis campus.

Courtney Brown has joined Lumina Foundation as director of organizational performance & evaluation.

Dennis Wentworth has been named senior vice president, college and university relations, at Next Generation Insurance Group.

Dave Watt has been named sales director for large group-new business at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

Apex Benefits has added the following: Vanessa Brown, director of wellness and communications, and Tina Davis, marketing analyst.

Hylant Group has added the following to the employee benefits department: Michael D. Gilbert, president, Indianapolis and Bloomington branches; Steffani Walston, client service manager; Nick Ioannacci and Neill Harrington, client service executives, and Mike Cooper, independent contractor.

Jeff Holley has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer at OneAmerica Financial Partners Inc.

Robert Duncan has joined Norris Choplin Schroeder LLP as of counsel, aviation and airport legal issues.

Bradley J. Wombles has been named an associate at Norris Choplin Schroeder LLP.

De’Anna “Lynn” Kirkland has joined the Indiana Minority Supplier Development Council as certification director. 

James A. Knight Sr. has joined as business development manager for the Minority Business Development Agency’s minority business center.

William T. Robinson III, Frost Brown Todd, has been named president of the American Bar Association.

Real Estate
Re/Max has added the following: Angela Bennington, Re/Max Excel in Avon; Sherry Caldwell and Elizabeth Naue, Select, Greenwod.

Patty Scott has joined Midland Atlantic as property manager.

Jennifer Stewart has joined Vintner Select, as French, Chilean and Spanish portfolio manager.•


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