Indy Eleven hire El Paso leader Lowry as new head coach
Mark Lowry becomes the fourth head coach in Eleven team history. The 36-year-old native of Birmingham, England, has coached El Paso Locomotive FC in United Soccer League Championship play for the past three seasons.Read More
White River State Park director Mays-Medley stepping down
Carolene Mays-Medley is planning to depart as executive director this fall to pursue a career in inspirational public speaking.Read More
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
The departure of Jacqueline “Jackie” Simmons follows a high-profile dispute with a faculty member involving a law professor’s allegations that the university violated Indiana’s Open Door Law in its doling out of more than $500,000 in additional pay to the school’s outgoing president.
Tom Denari has been promoted to succeed Paul Knapp, who is stepping away from day-to-day operations at the agency for the first time since joining the firm in 1996.
Mike Langellier has been the president and CEO at Indianapolis-based TechPoint for nine years. The organization will launch a national search for his replacement.
Ann Murtlow has been one of the Indy area’s most visible and influential female corporate leaders for nearly two decades, and she led several significant organizational changes at the United Way.
Marc Swatez, 56, succeeds Debra Barton Grant, who left last year to become associate vice president of the national organization, the Jewish Federations of North America, based in New York City.
Jake Oakman, who has a history in tourism and Republican state politics, has been appointed executive director for the White River State Park Development Commission by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb.
Jeff Rufener, president and CEO, plans to retire from Toyota Material Handling at the end of the month after leading the company for the past 10 years.
IntelinAir, an ag-tech startup, moved its headquarters from California to Indianapolis in August. The company’s co-founder, Al Eisaian, is stepping aside as president, CEO and board chairman next month and long-term ag-tech exec Tim Hassinger will take over those roles.
Brian Rockensuess replaces Bruno Pigott, who stepped down Dec. 3 to become deputy assistant administrator in the office of water for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman would become the second Black head football coach at Notre Dame after Tyrone Willingham (2002-04).
The hiring of Brian Kelly—who has led Notre Dame for the past 12 seasons and eclipsed Knute Rockne for career victories with the storied Fighting Irish—was formally announced Tuesday in yet another blockbuster coaching move in college football.
Brian Kelly became the winningest coach in Notre Dame history earlier this season, surpassing Knute Rockne. No previous head football coach has ever left the Irish to take a job at another school.
Coy, who has been at the organization since 2017, overseeing the first phase of development at the 50-acre 16 Tech Innovation District, is stepping down after a long career in economic development.