Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett appointed Angie Clark, chief financial officer of Indy Parks, as interim director starting Aug. 7.
New Riley Children’s Health leader has big job, towering presence
Gil Peri, a 6-foot, 8-1/2-inch, gregarious administrator with an easy laugh, started his job on June 28, after spending about four years as president and chief operating officer at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.Read More
Robinson spent 3 decades on journey to children’s museum CEO
Jennifer Pace Robinson has worked her way up at The Children’s Museum over three decades, filling a variety of roles dealing directly with museum visitors and with the behind-the-scenes work that makes the museum tick.Read More
Children’s Museum CEO retiring, passing top spot to longtime staffer
Jennifer Pace Robinson, a 29-year veteran of the institution, was chosen unanimously by the museum’s board of trustees to take over the world’s largest children’s museum.Read More
Key departures likely mean new strategy for Strada Education Network
The two highest-paid executives departed the powerful education not-for-profit in recent months, an indication the Indianapolis-based organization is rethinking aspects of its strategy.Read More
President and CEO Ron Collier has managed 33 mergers and acquisitions at Indiana Members Credit Union since 1985.
Sullivan—who took a high-profile role in statewide televised weekly press conferences during the pandemic—will be departing after the longest tenure of any secretary in the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration’s 30-year history.
David Becker, who founded the Fishers-based bank in 1999, will relinquish his role as president but remain at the bank as CEO and chairman.
Rick Carlisle confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday he has agreed to return to the club he coached for four seasons from 2003-07. He led the Pacers to the Eastern Conference finals his first season.
Chris Handberg, executive director of Indy Pride Inc. for the past four years, cited “developments in his professional career” for the decision, Indy Pride said.
Brad Chambers said he believes a “reevaluation of what the marketplace is doing” by the Indiana Economic Development Corp. will be a good thing—and a natural move for any agency or company when it changes leadership.
Brad Chambers, who founded Indianapolis-based powerhouse development firm Buckingham Cos. in 1984, will take his new position July 6. He’ll succeed Jim Schellinger, who stepped down abruptly in March after 5-1/2 years on the job.
Stevens, a Zionsville native who coached Butler University to NCAA championship games in 2010 and 2011, will lead the search for his successor in Boston, the Celtics said in a news conference Wednesday.
Blair Milo, who in 2017 was named the state’s first secretary of career connections and talent, will step down June 7, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Friday.
Scott Stump’s most recent role was assistant secretary of career, technical and adult education for the U.S. Department of Education, where he served from July 2018 until January.
Donald Remy is the NCAA’s chief operating officer and chief legal officer, reporting directly to president Mark Emmert. The Army veteran has been with the NCAA since March 2011.
Shannon Schumacher, who will join The Villages on April 19, spent the past 22 years at human services organization Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana, including the past nine in leadership positions.
Matt Crenshaw, a U.S. Navy veteran who hit the shot that sent IUPUI to its first and only NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament appearance, was hired as head coach of his alma mater Tuesday.
One day after Mike Woodson left the New York Knicks to take the coaching job at his alma mater, he provided a glimpse into his long-term vision for the job and his thoughts on working with Thad Matta.
Judge Tanya Walton Pratt succeeds Judge Jane E. Magnus-Stinson as chief judge, making history as the first person of color to lead the court.