Rebecca Ruselink leads a team of 17 that over the last seven years has helped increase attendance at the Indianapolis 500 from 220,000 to 325,000 fans and increase the television audience, social/digital media, merchandise sales and race attendance at other IndyCar venues.
Charlie Clark is chief innovation officer Hc1 Insights, which works with artificial intelligence and machine learning to take complex medical laboratory data from thousands of locations and uses it to improve testing and treatment decisions for millions of patients.
As CIO for Parkview Health, a not-for-profit, community-based health care system that operates 10 hospitals and more than 200 clinic locations in 16 counties in northeastern Indiana and northwestern Ohio, Ron Double has worked his way up to lead all of the organization’s information systems and technology.
They raised the base hiring rate to $16 an hour, provided part-time staff with access to health care benefits, decided to offer paid parental leave (effective this year), added paid time off for part-time and seasonal staff in addition to paid parental leave, and implemented paid internships.
Among Kierstin Janik’s achievements at Heritage Construction + Materials has been starting development programs and coaching to help people achieve what they want to in their careers.
Alyssa Skarbek started as human resources manager and a team of one. Three years later, she has four direct reports and is director of human resources and a member of the executive team.
Becky Gonzalez leads three teams—operations, employee health and the Co-worker Assistance, Retention and Engagement (CARE) program—and six managers report to her.