Armstrong will succeed longtime CEO Cindy Booth, who is retiring after nearly 30 years with the children’s advocacy organization.
IndyGo CEO Inez Evans leaving after four years leading transit agency
Jennifer Pyrz, chief development officer for IndyGo, will become interim CEO after Evans’ departure.Read More
Butler University athletic director Collier announces retirement
Barry Collier, who has overseen Butler’s athletic programs since 2006, plans to step down effective April 30, 2024.Read More
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts leader hired for top role at IMA at Newfields
The announcement completes a hiring process that lasted nearly four years and sparked historic changes at Newfields art museum and gardens.Read More
Indiana Chamber of Commerce names Sinders as next CEO
Vanessa Green Sinders will succeed Kevin Brinegar, who is retiring in early January after 20 years leading the organization. She will become the first woman to serve as president and CEO in the chamber’s 101-year history.Read More
Curt Cignetti, 62, has spent the past five seasons at James Madison University, which plays in the Sun Belt Conference.
Knapp, who has been with UIndy for 17 years, said he plans to expand the university’s focus on artificial intelligence and applied learning for students.
Rusty Carr was hired to the DMD post after two separate stints as interim director. His final day with the city will be Dec. 29 and he will begin at The Parks Alliance on Jan. 2.
Lowry, 38, became the fourth non-interim coach for the Indy Eleven in November 2021 and compiled a regular-season record of 25-28-15 over two seasons.
The ousted leader of ChatGPT-maker OpenAI is returning to the company that fired him late last week, culminating a days-long power struggle that shocked the tech industry and brought attention to the conflicts around how to safely build artificial intelligence.
University of Notre Dame President Rev. John Jenkins is Notre Dame’s 17th president and has served in his position since 2005.
Rep. Donna Schaibley, has served House District 24—parts of Boone and Hamilton counties—since 2014.
Klutz was appointed as the 57th auditor of the state by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb in 2017, becoming the first certified public accountant to serve as the state’s chief financial officer.
Paul Halverson, the founding dean of the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health, is a longtime advocate for a stronger role for public health across the state.
Mindrum, who has spent his career in marketing positions at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Eli Lilly and Co. and Butler University, is set to begin his new job on Dec. 1.
Indiana Sen. Jon Ford, who is chairman of the Senate Committee on Elections, was first elected to the seat in 2014. He was reelected in 2018 and 2022.
Jeff Bennett, a top official in the administration of Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett ever since the mayor took office in 2016, has left his position.
Vince Donargo—a veteran financial executive who has worked for several Indianapolis public companies—plans to step down from his position as chief financial officer of Calumet Specialty Products Partners on Dec. 31 and retire at the end of April.
Hathaway, a longtime Republican politico and consultant, is the first woman to serve as the state party chair.
The Indiana beverage company has new executive leadership, but is keeping things in the family.