Robert Coons was named president of the Terre Haute-based college Thursday, eight days after being appointed interim leader to replace Jim Conwell, who resigned Nov. 7.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology President Jim Conwell resigned because of a “need to focus on a family health issue that is requiring more of his time and attention,” the school said Wednesday.
BMO Harris has added a former JPMorgan Chase exec to lead its commercial banking efforts in central Indiana and around the state.
The CEO of the Connecticut Historical Society will take over the post in late January, marking the first leadership change at the organization in more than a dozen years.
Rafael Sanchez, who left his job as president and CEO of Indianapolis Power & Light Co. this year as part of a corporate restructuring, has been hired by another of Indiana’s corporate heavyweights.
Mary Bono, who was named interim president and CEO of Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics on Friday, resigned Tuesday after coming under fire from high-profile gymnasts Aly Raisman and Simone Biles.
Bono has a background in the sport and spent 15 years as a U.S. Representative from Southern California.
The Athenaeum Foundation on Thursday said it has hired an Imax Theater executive to succeed Cassie Stockamp as president.
C.J. O’Donnell plans to leave Hulman Motorsports after a five-year run as chief marketing officer for both IndyCar and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
One executive is expected to help Indiana companies continue their transition into next-generation digital technologies. The other will develop and direct programs that help secondary and post-secondary students, as well as adult workers.
The Indianapolis-based national governing body for the sport said Monday that Lee Walsi Johnson will be leaving on Oct. 5.
Indianapolis radio station WTTS-FM 92.3 is shaking up its longtime management team, Bloomington-based parent company Sarkes Tarzian Inc. announced Tuesday.
Wright is the longest-serving TV station manager in Indianapolis. He joined WFYI in 1988 as director of program production before being appointed president and CEO the following year.
Tom Stemlar is out as Cumulus Media’s Indianapolis market manager, a move that surprised some advertisers. He was replaced by a radio veteran who most recently oversaw stations in Cincinnati.
Erik Miner succeeds Leslie Carter-Prall, who was recently promoted to leader of private wealth management throughout Regions’ entire 15-state territory.
Tedd Grain, who joined the Local Initiatives Support Corp. in 2009 and became deputy director four years ago, succeeds Bill Taft as executive director.
Florida State athletic director Stan Wilcox will fill the job vacated when Oliver Luck left to run the new XFL.