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People in the news - Nov. 16, 2009

IBJ Staff
November 14, 2009
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Accounting
Dustin McKinley, Kylie Norman and Andrew Wright have joined Bradley & Associates Inc.

Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations
Adriane Russell has joined Synergy Marketing Group as manager of marketing and public relations.

Civic/Not-for-Profit
Larry Smith has joined the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis as senior vice president of organizational advancement. Jim Wood has joined as senior vice president and chief development officer.

The Indianapolis Rainbow Chamber of Commerce has named the following officers: Tara Betterman, Fentress Property Management Inc., chairwoman; Anita Sloat, H.J. Spier Co. Inc., president; Bob Chenoweth, TipTopics LLC, secretary, marketing and communications director; Ginna Fenton, FIVE Career Advisors, member; JJ Gufreda, GEI Inc., member; Jon Keep, independent consultant, member and past chairman; James Kuester, Küster Design, past president; Barbara Milton, Buchanan Group, member; Jeff Newman, IndyNetWORX, treasurer and past chairman; Niki Steveson, Farmers Insurance Group, member; and Joe Watson, University Place Conference Center & Hotel, events and programs coordinator.

The Planned Giving Group of Indiana has named the following board members: Robert O. Baker, St. Vincent Foundation; Peggy Blackard, Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Inc.; Estacia Brandenburg, IU Foundation; Ann Daly, American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis; Doug Hasler, Blue & Co. LLC; D. Mark Helmus, Butler University; Gretchen Hueni, Park Tudor School; Roni Johnson, Community Foundation of Muncie/Delaware; Melanie J. Norton, DePauw University; Brian J. Senninger, National Bank of Indianapolis; Terry Sites, Endowment Development Services; David Troutman, Wabash College; Douglas A. Weaver, Pentera Inc.; James B. Williams, Noble of Indiana; and C. Daniel Yates, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP.

Health Care
Jon Fohrer has been promoted to CEO of ambulatory services for Community Health Network.

Nancy Butler has joined Advanced Physical Therapy as chief financial officer.

Professional/Trade
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs, Indianapolis chapter, has elected the following board: Kathy G. Cabello, president; Andres Reina, executive vice president; Daniel Maldonado, secretary and compliance officer; and Rafael Barajas, marketing officer. Denise Denson-Hanson, Kelley School of Business, and Fernando Lucio, Krannert School of Management, have been named MBA student liaisons.

Technology/Telecommunications
Don Miner has joined Mobi Wireless Management as a solutions consultant, southeast region, and Rachel Gotshall has joined as a solutions consultant, northeast region.•

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