Keefer makes move to private sector

Sean Keefer spent eight years carrying out public policy—five with the Mitch Daniels administration and three with Gov. Mike Pence. Now he’s trying to influence public policy on behalf of Pearson, the world’s largest learning company.

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Corsaro shifts to biz investing

After 17 years with Simon Property Group, Karen Corsaro started a consulting firm and began investing in businesses in high-growth companies in the technology, retail, food and hospitality sectors.

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Business attorney leads synagogue

Patti Freeman Dorson was a high-powered attorney testifying before a Senate committee on health care reform when she was named a Forty Under 40 honoree in 1994.

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2017 Forty Under 40: Jeffrey Wilson

Leading teams in the Middle East, Europe, South America and East Asia, Jeffrey Wilson has risen through the ranks at Eli Lilly and Co. while also serving as board president for a vital United Way agency.

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2017 Forty Under 40: Cole Varga

Under Cole Varga’s watch, Exodus moved to new offices, saw the greatest number of refugee arrivals in its 35-year history (947 individuals), and waged a high-profile battle with former Gov. Mike Pence.

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2017 Forty Under 40: Jason Sondhi

Jason Sondhi’s IT company, which started with one consultant, has grown to a more-than-$12-million-a-year business, topping the IBJ Fastest Growing Companies list in 2016 and landing on the Inc. 5000 from 2014-2016.

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2017 Forty Under 40: Reza J. Rasoulpour

“I consider myself an environmentalist and a public health advocate” said Rasoulpour, who leads a team developing new tools for farmers while also ensuring that “the human health and environmental safety profile for the new products is always more favorable than the products they are replacing.”

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