People in the news - May 12, 2014

 IBJ Staff
May 10, 2014
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BKD LLP has promoted the following: Emily Balbach, Kyle Duffy, Chris Kim, Bryan Loiselle, Albert Ong, Andrew Quinnette, Adam Rubb, Ben Scott and Lucas Taylor, senior associates. Michael Parent has been promoted to senior consultant and Monica Bolitho has been promoted to senior consultant II. Brenda Burch has been named an associate; Dan Quinn, senior consultant; and Lauren R. Bashenow, marketing coordinator.

Ryan Braun has joined CE Solutions, Carmel, as a project manager.

Jim Hurst has joined Donohue & Associates as vice president, Indiana operations.

UN Communications Group Inc. has added the following: George Grimes, controller, and Joe Dial, customer service manager.

The American Institute of Architects, Indianapolis chapter, has named the following officers: Mark Beebe, Lancer + Beebe, president; Blake Wager, InterDesign, vice president; Donna Sink, Indianapolis Museum of Art, treasurer; Dan Overbey, Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf, secretary; and Eric Rowland, Rowland Design, ex-officio member.

J. Kevin Ryan, Financial Center Federal Credit Union, has been named to the board of directors of the Indiana Credit Union League.

Dr. Stephanie Davis and Dr. Brenda Poindexter, Indiana University School of Medicine, have been elected to the Society for Pediatrics Research Council.

Real Estate
Kimberly Kelly, Garrett Lickliter and Nessim Saad have joined RE/MAX Legends Group. Kelley O’Connor has joined RE/MAX Select in Greenwood. Jennifer Mattos and Lucinda Lenk have joined RE/MAX Advanced Realty. Jody Ashley has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Zionsville. Louis D’Agostino has joined RE/MAX Centerstone in Avon. Michelle Barger has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Carmel.

Kay Quatroche has joined AHEPA Management Co. as quality assurance manager.

Coldwell Banker Kaiser has added the following residential sales associates: Megan Bowman, Robbin Edwards, John Dicklin, Beth Ann Rhoads, LaTara Smith, Amity Cochran, Shaila Melanta andKia Albano.

Level365 has added the following: Whitney Hill, Ryan Briggs and Jason Pershing, biz dev managers, and Michael Ludwig, support engineer.

Sanjay Walia has joined BlueSky as a senior business analyst, consulting practice. Joe Haigerty has joined as a senior project manager.

Lynn Beck has joined Roeing Corp. as a sales manager for the state.

Joe Goodgame has joined CSpring as solution director, data & analytics and IT project services practices.•


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