Indianapolis Business Journal

APRIL 12-18, 2024

The deal announced this month that landed Indiana its largest-ever capital investment commitment was two years in the making—a journey that saw state and federal officials travel overseas to make the case that Indiana would be the best fit for the $4 billion investment. Mickey Shuey has the inside story behind negotiations with South Korean chip manufacturer SK Hynix. Also in the week’s issue, restaurateur Thomas Main explains the staying power of his highly regarded eatery Tinker Street. And we have all of the honorees in IBJ’s Forty Under 40 Class of 2024, featuring up-and-coming leaders in the business, government and the not-for-profit worlds.

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2024 Forty Under 40: Amanda L. Bonilla

Amanda Bonilla transitioned into administration in 2020 as Ivy Tech’s first executive director for student diversity, equity and belonging and was promoted to her current role as vice chancellor in 2022.

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2024 Forty Under 40: Roya Porter

Porter is the primary legal adviser for the Strada Education Foundation’s HBCU initiative, human resources, real estate and insurance, a job that helps the organization strengthen the link between education and opportunity.

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