Special Publications Editor

Quinn joined IBJ in 2018 as the North of 96th reporter. In 2019, she began covering the city of Indianapolis and urban affairs before being promoted to assistant print editor in 2021. Before joining IBJ, she worked at newspapers in Greenfield and Portland, covering local government, some crime and courts and education. She is a Franklin College graduate, lives in Greenfield and enjoys visiting coffee shops when she’s not working.

Quick facts:

Family: Husband, Spencer; an infant son, Jack; and our dog, Lucy

Go-to coffee order: Iced coffee (yes, she drinks this year-round)

Favorite podcast: The New York Times’ “The Daily”


Made in Indiana: Skin care products by Bass Farms

History: Jana Bass grew up participating in Johnson County’s 4-H program, showing goats. Her own children would follow suit. Jana and her husband, Brad, started Bass Farms on their family farm because they had “lots of 4-H goats with goat milk.” They began making goat milk lotion and goat milk soap to sell at the […]

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2023 CFO of the Year: Kip Zurcher

Kip Zurcher leads all financial, legal, compliance and data-privacy operations for Authenticx, an IBJ Fast 25 company whose software allows customers in the health care and insurance industries to analyze millions of client interactions (phone calls, texts, online chats and more) to improve their services.

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2023 CFO of the Year: Kevin Wilson

Kevin Wilson has worked for the state of Indiana for 16 years and been in his current position since 2019. His role is to develop strategies and financial models to ensure the office delivers cost-effective services to partner agencies.

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2023 CFO of the Year: Jeff Curiel

As CFO and chief operating officer of the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership, Jeff Curiel oversees several departments, including finance, human resources, technology and facilities.

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2023 CFO of the Year: Jeanné Wickens

As CFO of Fort Wayne-based Parkview Health, Jeanné Wickens is responsible for financial decision support, fiscal services, health plan services, managed care contracting, strategic financial planning and budgeting, tax and treasury services, and more.

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Made in Indiana: Potato chips by Broad Ripple Chip Co.

History: Mark McSweeney and his wife opened Great Harvest Bread Co. in 1989, which brought them to Indianapolis, where his wife is from. Great Harvest was a retail whole grain bakery that transitioned into a wholesale business in 2008. In 2013, he started experimenting with making potato chips in a small tabletop fryer he got […]

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