• Paul St. Angelo

    Music For All Hires VP

    Music for All has hired Paul St. Angelo as vice president of advancement. He previously held positions with the Children’s Home Foundation, the International School of Indiana, Ivy Tech Community College, Culver Educational Foundation, the Indiana University School of Dentistry, Marian University and began his career in the nationwide United Way system.

  • Emily Kibling

    PRSA Appoints Board Members

    The Public Relations Society of America Hoosier Chapter has appointed 2019 board members. The appointments are for one year term, ending next November. Emily Kibling (pictured), has been elected president of the Hoosier Chapter, following immediate past president, Megan Bulla. Kibling currently serves as an account director for Hirons.

  • David Johnson

    BioCrossroads CEO Moving On

    The chief executive officer of the state's life sciences initiative is stepping down. BioCrossroads says David Johnson, who has led the organization for 14 years, is leaving at the end of the year to focus full-time on his role as president and CEO of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership. He was elected president and CEO of the CICP in 2012 and has since led both organizations in a shared capacity.

  • Marcus Colson

    Busey Hires Vice President

    Carmel-based Busey has hired Marcus Colson as vice president and SBA lending specialist. He has nearly 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. Busey secured his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University. Colson is a member of the Venture Club of Indiana and the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders.

  • Carly Day

    Purdue Athletics Names Head Team Physician

    Purdue University’s athletic squads have a new team member to assist in providing each student-athlete a state-of-the-art system of medical care. Carly Day, a member of Franciscan Physician Network, has been appointed head team physician. She will oversee all aspects of medical care for more than 500 student-athletes at the Big Ten Conference university.

  • Maricha Ellis

    Ellis Honored With Silver Stevie Award

    Maricha Ellis has been named the winner of a Silver Stevie Award in the Executive of the Year category in the 15th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She is vice president of marketing and sales operations for Stericycle Environmental Solutions. The Stevie Awards for Women in Business honor women executives, entrepreneurs, employees and the companies they run — worldwide. Ellis was recognized in the Female Executive of the Year category.

  • Jill Geer

    American College of Education Hires CMO

    The American College of Education has hired Jill Geer as chief marketing officer. She will oversee integrated marketing operations and driving organizational and enrollment growth. Geer previously served in a similar role at USA Track and Field.

  • Scott Henderson (image courtesy of techsquareatl.com)

    Purdue Names New Entrepreneurial Officer

    The Purdue Research Foundation has appointed international commercialization expert Scott Henderson chief entrepreneurial officer. He will provide leadership to the Purdue Foundry, an entrepreneurship and commercialization accelerator, and Purdue Ventures, a capital and talent hub. Henderson comes to the foundation from Sandbox Communities, a company he formed four years ago in Atlanta.

  • Aleesia Johnson

    IPS Announces Interim Superintendent

    Aleesia Johnson has been appointed Indianapolis Public Schools' interim superintendent. She currently serves as deputy superintendent for academics. Current Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee’s last day will be January 4, after which Johnson will fill the position. Ferebee has been named chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools.

  • Angela Smith Grossman

    DCS Appoints Assistant Deputy Director

    The Indiana Department of Child Services has promoted Angela Smith Grossman to assistant deputy director of field operations, a new position that will focus on enhancing the agency’s foster and collaborative care programs. She has been with DCS for more than 27 years. During her tenure with DCS, Smith Grossman has served the agency as a regional manager, local office director and family case manager supervisor.  

  • Jason Trainer

    ISU Names Vice Provost

    Indiana State University has named Jason Trainer first vice provost for enrollment management. He previously worked as director of admissions at the University of North Dakota; director of enrollment management and marketing and director of marketing and communications at Northland Community and Technical College in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

  • Brooke Barnett

    Butler Names New Dean

    Brooke Barnett has been named dean of Butler University's College of Communication, effective June 1. She is a professor and associate provost at Elon University. Barnett earned her master's and doctorate from Indiana University. She is from Kentucky and has taught in Elon's School of Communications since 2001.

  • Julie Manas

    St. Vincent Names Manas Regional President

    Julie Manas has been named regional president of the St. Vincent North Region, which includes St. Vincent Anderson, Carmel, Fishers, Kokomo, Mercy, Randolph and Williamsport hospitals. She has more than 30 years of healthcare experience and most recently comes from Hospital Sisters Health System, Western Wisconsin Division, where she held the role of president and chief executive officer.

  • Orestes Hernandez

    Mascot Hall of Fame Hires Executive Director

    As finishing touches are underway on the Mascot Hall of Fame in Whiting an executive director and full-time staff have been hired. Orestes Hernandez has been announced as executive director. Hernandez formerly was vice president of business development at the Coral Gables Museum near Miami. He has also worked more than 15 years with the Miami Marlins and the PGA Tour. 

  • Scott Davis

    Davis Recognized as a “Power 100”

    Indiana Public Retirement System's Chief Investment Officer Scott Davis is ranked 39th on the Chief Investment Officer Power 100 list. The list includes some of the best asset owners across the world. This is the first time Davis has made the list. He  joined INPRS in December 2010 as director of public equity.

  • Todd Krysiewicz

    Bell Techlogix Adds Senior VP

    Bell Techlogix has added Todd Krysiewicz as senior vice president of application sales and services. He is a 26-year veteran of the industry. Krysiewicz most recently served as SVP services sales for OnX Enterprise Solutions, a midsized Canadian IT services company.

  • Martha “Marty” McCampbell

    Saint Mary’s College Names General Counsel

    Saint Mary’s College Interim President Nancy Nekvasil has named Martha “Marty” McCampbell general counsel. McCampbell recently served as director of diversity, equity and inclusion and deputy Title IX coordinator at Indiana University South Bend. Previously, she served as general counsel for Lincoln Memorial University from 2011 to 2015, a private, liberal arts school in Harrogate, Tennessee.

  • Dr. Penny Kallmyer

    MHS Honors Kallmyer With Excellence Award

    Managed Health Services, in collaboration with its parent company, Centene Corp., has recognized Dr. Penny Kallmyer with a national award for clinical excellence. She is an independent pediatric practitioner and her office on the west side of Indianapolis. Kallmyer has been a board-certified pediatrician for nearly 25 years.

  • Justine Fite

    Lev Hires Chief Sales Officer

    Lev (formerly Levementum), a Salesforce partner and marketing consultancy with offices in Arizona, Indiana and Texas, has added Justin Fite as chief sales officer. He previously served as chief sales officer for Lessonly and vice president of global cross channel sales at Salesforce. He has been an integral leader in high-growth, industry-defining technology companies for better than two decades.

  • Kyle Shondell

    Indiana Tech Selects Men's Volleyball Coach

    Kyle Shondell has been named head coach of the Indiana Tech men's volleyball program, which begins play in 2019. He previously spent four years with the women’s volleyball program at Huntington University, where he went 56-70 and led the Foresters to the Crossroads League Tournament every year under his tenure. Shondell also spent a year at Chicago State University and Western Illinois University as an assistant on the women’s side.

  • Jeremy Reymer

    Reymer Appointed to ATRI Advisory Committee

    Jeremy Reymer has been appointed to the American Transportation Research Institute’s research advisory committee. He is chief executive officer for DriverReach.

  • Jennifer Hanna

    Marriott IndyPlace Welcomes Hanna as Market Director

    Marriott IndyPlace has named Jennifer Hanna market director of catering sales. She brings more than 15 years of hospitality experience to her new position. Hanna previously spent three years with Le Meridien Indianapolis and Azul Hospitality Group as director of sales and marketing. Prior to this, she served as senior sales manager at JW Marriott Indianapolis.

  • Dan Hutmacher

    DMA Promotes Hutmacher to CEO

    Fort Wayne-based DuCharme, McMillen & Associates Inc., a tax consulting firm serving the U.S. and Canada, has promoted Dan Hutmacher to president and chief executive officer. He had been serving as interim president and CEO since Dave Meinika stepped down in April. Hutmacher joined the firm in 1989 and quickly moved through the company’s ranks.

  • Kris Callaway

    Baird Adds to Indianapolis Office

    Baird, an international, employee-owned wealth management, capital markets, private equity and asset management firm, has added Kris Callaway as a managing director and financial advisor to its Indianapolis wealth management office. He has more than 20 years of experience as a financial advisor.

  • Paul Quick

    Smithville Names New President

    Ellettsville-based Smithville has selected Paul Quick as its new president. Quick most recently served as vice president of commercial sales in nine states for Connecticut-based Frontier Communications (Nasdaq: FTR). Quick will officially serve as president of Smithville Communications Inc. and Smithville Telecom LLC, according to Smithville Chief Executive Officer Darby McCarty.

  • Rachel Leininger and Alexandra Williams

    Well Done Marketing Hires Two

    Indianapolis-based Well Done Marketing has named Rachel Leininger public relations manager. She most recently held positions with IU School of Nursing and the Columbus Area Arts Council. Also, Alexandra Williams has been hired as an account coordinator. She most recently served as an experiential marketing manager with The Infinite Agency in Dallas, Texas.

  • Aaron Mortrud

    Starcraft Promotes Mortrud to National Sales Manager

    Topeka-based Starcraft Inc. has promoted Aaron Mortrud to national sales manager. He has more than 12 years of RV sales experience and has been with the company since 2015 as Great Lakes regional sales manager.

  • Roy Carter

    Lippert Components Hires VP

    Lippert Components Inc. has hired Roy Carter as vice president of global aftermarket and customer support. He has a long and successful history of leading operations and sales in the global retail channel. Carter most recently worked for Bailey of Bristol Caravans and Motorhomes, a UK manufacturer of RVs and aftermarket accessories, where he helped grow the company’s aftermarket sales through new product introduction and dealer merchandising programs.

  • Mike Ter Molen

    Do it Best Names Director

    Do it Best has promoted veteran team member Mike Ter Molen director of LBM operations. He has more than 17 years of lumber and building materials experience at the company, with leadership roles in commodities, building materials, millwork, home décor, and developing distribution partners. Two years ago, he stepped out of LBM to serve as tech engagement divisional manager.

  • Cindy Grant

    JCB Adds to Team

    JCB has added Cindy Grant as mortgage loan originator. She has more than 31 years of community banking and customer service experience, most recently at Horizon Bank.

  • Jennifer DeGroote

    Holcomb Announces Judicial Appointments

    Governor Eric Holcomb has appointed Magistrate Jennifer DeGroote to the Allen County Superior Court. She will succeed Judge Stanley Levine. DeGroote has served as a magistrate judge for the Allen County Superior Courts since 1999. Also, Magistrate Thomas Hallett has been appointed to the Lake County Superior Court. He succeeds Judge Elizabeth Tavitas. Hallett currently serves as a magistrate judge for the Lake County Superior Courts in the civil division in Gary.

  • Steve Abel

    Jefferson Awards Foundation Appoints Advisory Board Chair

    The Greater Central Indiana chapter of the Jefferson Awards Foundation has appointed Steve Abel chair of the Advisory Board. He has participated as a board member since 2017. In his new role, Abel will oversee board development and lead the chapter in increasing engagement. He is associate provost for engagement at Purdue University.

  • Allyson Emley

    Attorney Allyson Emley Joins Ice Miller

    Ice Miller LLP has added Attorney Allyson Emley to its litigation practice. She focuses her practice on civil litigation with an emphasis on medical malpractice and commercial litigation in state and federal court. Emley previously served as an associate with an Indianapolis-based litigation firm.

  • Tim George

    CHA Promotes George to Water Market Leader

    CHA Consulting Inc. has promoted Tim George to water market leader and senior vice president. He will direct the firm’s overall water-related planning, design, and project management activities, as well as its strategic and business development initiatives. George has more than 25 years of experience in water environment and infrastructure issues.

  • Kimberly Bredemeier

    Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra Appoints Acting Exec Director

    The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra has appointed Kimberly Bredemeier acting executive director. Her responsibilities include managing the human and financial resources of the organization in order to achieve the orchestra's mission. Bredemeier has served as director of operations for the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra for 15 seasons.

  • Devon McDonald

    New Leader For Criminal Justice Institute

    Governor Eric Holcomb has selected Devon McDonald as the next executive director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. McDonald, who currently serves as chief of staff and general counsel for the institute, will succeed the retiring David Murtaugh. McDonald began his tenure at the ICJI in 2012 as a victim compensation supervisor.

  • 2019 ATHENA Award Finalists Unveiled

    The Southwest Indiana Chamber has announced the finalists for its 2019 ATHENA Award. The chamber says the award recognizes "exceptional leaders in the Evansville-area community that have actively and generously assisted others in the attainment of professional excellence and leadership skills." The winner will be announced February 22 at the chamber's ATHENA Award Luncheon in downtown Evansville.

  • Scott McCorkle

    Indy Tech Vet Leading New Venture

    A new company has launched out of Indianapolis-based venture studio High Alpha and raised more than $14 million in funding. MetaCX, co-founded by Indy tech veteran Scott McCorkle, is a Software-as-a-Service platform that helps clients and businesses organize and manage their other SaaS providers. McCorkle says the company has been operating in "stealth" mode since January and plans to launch its product in early 2019.

  • Jeff Gilbert

    Longtime Software Company CEO Stepping Down

    Carmel-based Software Engineering Professionals Chief Executive Officer Jeff Gilbert has announced retirement plans. President Raman Ohri will become CEO when Gilbert steps down at the end of March. Gilbert and three others founded the software product design and development company in 1988 after graduating from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

  • State Representative Joe Taylor

    Taylor Resigns From Indiana House

    State Representative Joe Taylor (D-7) has announced his resignation from the Indiana House of Representatives. The South Bend representative, who was re-elected to his seat in November, says he is leaving to accept a job with the United Auto Workers International Union. Taylor was first elected to represent the 7th district in 2016. He was the ranking Democrat on the House Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee and has served as president of UAW-Local 5 in South Bend since 2011.

  • State Rep. Phil GiaQuinta (D-Fort Wayne)

    GiaQuinta Names House Democratic Leadership

    Indiana House Minority Leader Phil GiaQuinta (D-80) has announced the leadership team and ranking committee members for the House Democratic Caucus. The leadership team will assist in various aspects of the legislative process, both within the caucus and on the House floor. The announcement follows House Speaker Brian Bosma's (R-88) leadership and committee member appointments last week for the Republican side.

  • Lewis Ferebee

    IPS Superintendent Heading to D.C.

    The superintendent of Indianapolis Public Schools is leaving the state's largest school district. Lewis Ferebee has accepted the position of chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools. Ferebee was named IPS superintendent in 2013. His move to the nation's capital was announced Monday by Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser.

  • 1si Names 2018 ACE Award Winners

    One Southern Indiana has announced the winners of the 2018 ACE Awards. The chamber of commerce for Clark and Floyd counties says the awards are given to "individuals who have used their skills and talents to not only enhance their organizations, but also make their community a better place to live, work and grow." The ACE Awards are named to "Appreciate and Celebrate Excellence," according to 1si.

  • Blake Dye

    IU Health Names Senior VP

    Blake Dye has joined Indiana University Health as a senior vice president. He is an experienced healthcare executive and will work on strategic initiatives at IU Health. Dye previously served as president of the St. Vincent Heart Center in Indianapolis, and president of Henry County Hospital in New Castle.

  • Sarah Franzen

    Trine University Names New Dean

    Trine University has promoted Sarah Franzen to dean of the Jannen School of Arts and Sciences, beginning in the spring semester. She currently serves as assistant vice president of accreditation and assistant professor in the department of humanities and communication. In her new role, Franzen will oversee five academic departments - Mathematics and Physics; Criminal Justice; Psychology and Social Sciences; Music; and Humanities and Communication.

  • Chris Knox

    Huntington Bank Names Manager

    Chris Knox has joined Huntington Bank as a business banking relationship manager. He has a public accounting background, serving as a CPA for more than 13 years, including the last 11 at Watermark CPA Group.

  • Liam Bonner

    Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Appoints Executive Director

    The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir has appointed Liam Bonner executive director, beginning in January 2019. He previously served as manager of the Houston Symphony Orchestra's development department annual giving groups, fundraising specialist for the annual Ima Hogg Competition. Prior to that, Bonner was as a professional singer.

  • AquaBounty Names New CEO

    A Massachusetts-based company, with a presence in east central Indiana, has named a new chief executive officer. AquaBounty Technologies Inc. says Sylvia Wulf, who currently serves as senior vice president of US Foods Inc., will begin her new role in January. Wulf will succeed Ronald Stotish, who will remain with the company as an executive director with responsibility for research and regulatory affairs. 

  • William "Bill" Nowatzke

    B2S Life Sciences Names VP

    Franklin-based B2S Life Sciences LLC, a biotherapeutic drug development company, has appointed William "Bill" Nowatzke vice president of laboratory operations and clinical laboratory improvement amendments testing. He is a board-certified clinical chemist with more than 20 years of academic, industry and contract research organization experience.

  • Kylie Conway and Drew Blair

    WISH-TV Promotes Three Anchors

    WISH-TV, the Indianapolis CW affiliate, has announced new Daybreak anchor roles for Kylie Conway (pictured), Drew Blair (pictured) and Brenna Donnelly. Conway joins Scott Sander as lead co-anchor, for News 8’s Daybreak. Drew Blair has been named the third anchor for the weekday morning newscast. Also, Brenna Donnelly has been named weekend Daybreak anchor.

  • HBA of Fort Wayne Appoints Services Director

    The Home Builders Association of Fort Wayne Inc. has appointed Lyndsi Isajczuk services director. She will be responsible for coordinating the association’s financial management system, providing administrative support for the association, assisting to execute programs and events, and preparing and distributing membership publications.

  • George Robertson

    Outgoing KEDCo President Honored

    Retiring Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. President George Robertson has been recognized for his work by the organization and the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce. Robertson joined KEDCo in 2010 as its first full-time director and has overseen many developments, including Warsaw Tech Park and several workforce development initiatives.

  • Geeta Shah

    Attorney Geeta Shah Joins Ice Miller

    Ice Miller LLP has added Geeta Shah as of counsel to its labor, employment and immigration practice. She focuses her practice on immigration and counseling her clients through the acquisition of a variety of visas. Shah previously served as an associate at a New York-based law firm in Chicago specializing in immigration law.

  • Christopher Clapp and Frank Okunak

    Vennli Adds New Board Members

    South Bend-based Vennli, a content intelligence platform, has appointed Great Blue Ventures Managing Director Christopher Clapp to its board of directors and PR firm Weber Shandwick Chief Operating Officer Frank Okunak as a board advisor. Clapp previously served as president and CEO of Bluelock. Okunak’s career started more than 20 years ago at Weber Shandwick, when he joined the company as CFO.

  • New Class For Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

    The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame has announced the 2019 men's induction class. The 58th class will be honored in March. The inductees are: Ken Barlow, Orville Bose, Bill Butcher, Ed Butler, Sam Chase, Dan Dimich, Mack Gadis, Jerry Hoover, Chet Kammerer, Willie McCarter, Wayne Pack, Bob Smock, John Grimes and Clyde "Cog" Grater.

  • Matthew Etchison

    Ivy Tech Names CIO

    Ivy Tech Community College has promoted Matthew Etchison to chief information officer, effective January 1. He currently serves as vice president for information technology, as part of the workforce alignment department. The position is currently held by Anne Brinson, who will retire December 31.  Etchison will serve as senior information technology administrator for Ivy Tech.

  • Molly Kruger

    Well Done Marketing Names Kruger Director

    Indianapolis-based Well Done Marketing has named Molly Kruger director of sales and marketing. She most recently served as director of corporate development for Indy Eleven. Kruger was part of Indy Eleven since its founding in 2013.

  • Katie Bone

    Alerding CPA Group Makes Promotion, Hire

    Alerding CPA Group has promoted Katie Bone to audit supervisor. Bone joined the firm in 2011 and is a graduate of the University of Indianapolis. Also, Jon Schmidt has been named a staff accountant.

  • Governor Eric Holcomb

    Holcomb Elected RGA Policy Chairman

    Governor Eric Holcomb has been elected the 2019 policy chairman of the Republican Governors Association, an organization that works to elect Republican governors across the country. He first joined the RGA Executive Committee last year. Holcomb will take an expanded role in the organization. As policy chairman, he will be responsible for elevating the proven policies that Republican governors are bringing to Americans in states across the country and in Indiana.

  • Scott Moorehead

    Moorehead Named a National Finalist For EY Award

    Scott Moorehead has been named a national finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018 Award in the “Family Business” category. Now in its 32nd year, this prestigious award recognizes dynamic entrepreneurs who are forging a better future through products, services and jobs that keep our worldwide economy and communities moving forward. He is president and CEO of Carmel-based Round Room.

  • Brian Lane

    K2M Design Adds to Indianapolis Office

    Brian Lane has joined the K2M Design team as director of the Indianapolis office. He previously served as director of operations for Life Care Services for more than 18 years. Hendricks has a background in business administration and public health.

  • Jon Hendricks

    Bucheri McCarty & Metz Promotes Hendricks

    Bucheri McCarty & Metz LLP has promoted Jon Hendricks to associate partner, effective January. He began his career with the firm in 2014. Hendricks graduated from Indiana University with a Master of Science in Accounting and earned his CPA designation.

  • Yolanda Estrada and Sharyn Chesna

    Centier Bank Promotes Two

    Centier Bank has promoted Yolanda Estrada to assistant vice president, processing manager in the bank’s mortgages department. Also, Sharyn Chesna has been promoted to senior portfolio manager for its business banking department.

  • Jason Falk

    Lippert Components Promotes Falk

    Elkhart-based LCI Industries has promoted Jason Falk to vice president of mergers and acquisitions. He previously held the title of VP of operations. Falk is a graduate of Alma College and began his career with LCI immediately after graduating by entering the Leadership in Training program.

  • Jeffery Earl

    Bose McKinney & Evans Adds to Utilities Group

    The law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP has added Jeffery Earl as of counsel to the utilities group, where he represents clients before the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. He previously served as an administrative law judge at the IURC. Earl also served as a judicial clerk to Judge Margret Robb on the Indiana Court of Appeals.

  • Jillian Reed and Joseph Langerak IV

    Stoll Keenon Ogden Adds to Team

    Jillian Reed has joined Stoll Keenon Ogden’s Evansville office as an associate of the family law practice. She also serves clients through the firm’s criminal law practice group. Also, Joseph Langerak IV has been added as a member of the firm's business litigation and bankruptcy and financial restructuring practice groups.

  • Rachel Huser

    Boone EDC Names Economic Development Manager

    The Boone County Economic Development Corp. has hired Rachel Huser as economic development manager. She most recently served as a senior analyst at Lakeshore Food Advisors LLC, a boutique investment banking firm in Chicago.

  • Braden Hurley and Kendra Latta

    Performing Arts Center Hires Directors

    Two experienced development professionals have joined the staff of the Center for the Performing Arts and the Great American Songbook Foundation. Braden Hurley has been named director of corporate development. Also, Kendra Latta has been hired as director of individual development.

  • Charity Stowe and Emily Gaylord

    Hirons Adds Two to Team

    Indianapolis-based Hirons has hired Charity Stowe as senior account manager. She previously served as deputy director of legislative affairs for the Indiana House Democratic Caucus. Also, Emily Gaylord has been named account manager. She previously served as press secretary for the Indiana House Republican Caucus.

  • Kyle Smith

    McGuire Sponsel Hires Tax Consultant

    Kyle Smith has joined McGuire Sponsel as a tax consultant, assisting the specialty tax and consulting firm’s cost segregation practice. He previously served as a project manager at D.G. Perry Building Contractors in Zionsville.

  • Holcomb Makes Board, Commission Appointments

    Governor Eric Holcomb has made another round of board appointments and reappointments. They include the Ball State University Board of Trustees and the Judicial Nominating Commission. The new appointments include: Ball State University Board of Trustees Rick Hall and R. Wayne Estopinal. 

  • Adairius Gardner

    Gardner Elected to IndyGo Board

    The IndyGo board of directors has elected Adairius Gardner as a new member. He is director of government affairs at IU Health.

  • Jeff Gasior and Whitney Ertel

    Borshoff Hires Two

    Borshoff has named Jeff Gasior vice president of digital. He will lead the firm's digital media strategy and advertising. Gasior previously served as president of Statwax. Also, Whitney Ertel has been named vice president of public relations, providing senior-level public and media relations strategy, as well as crisis communications counsel. She previously worked for agencies including Ketchum and Burson-Marsteller in the United States and London.

  • Judith Thomas

    Madam Walker Legacy Center Names President

    The Madam Walker Legacy Center has appointed Judith Thomas president. She most recently served as director of convention services for Visit Indy.

  • Reverend Greg Dyson

    Taylor University Names Special Assistant

    Reverend Greg Dyson has been named special assistant to the president for intercultural initiatives at Taylor University. He currently serves as director of intercultural leadership at Cedarville University, a role he has held since 2014. Since 2016 Dyson has also served as senior pastor of First Baptist Church of London, Ohio.

  • Rachel Katzenellenbogen

    Inaugural Chuck and Tina Pagano Scholar Named

    Rachel Katzenellenbogen has been named the inaugural Chuck and Tina Pagano Scholar at Indiana University School of Medicine. She will hold that title as well as associate professor of pediatrics. Katzenellenbogen is also a member of the Cancer Prevention and Control research program at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center and a member of the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research.

  • Bob Boehnlein

    Clear Software Appoints CRO

    Clear Software has appointed software veteran Bob Boehnlein chief revenue officer. He has more than 30 years of experience in software technologies for product and service companies. Boehnlein has worked with various early-stage companies in defining and implementing their respective growth plans. Most recently, he served as CEO and founder of Perscio. Boehnlein also previously served as a senior executive of Aprimo.

  • Kylie Money

    BPS Marketing Adds PR Assistant

    Kylie Money has joined BPS Marketing Inc. as a public relations account assistant. She is a graduate of Indiana University, where she majored in journalism, public relations and advertising and studied apparel merchandising. Money manages day-to-day public relations activities for a variety of clients including IndyVet Emergency & Specialty Hospital, the Eagle Creek Park Foundation and Suburban Indy Shows.

  • Latiesha LaRue and Dan Hogan

    Ferguson Advertising Expands Digital Team

    Fort Wayne-based Ferguson Advertising has named Latiesha LaRue a digital media analyst. She most recently worked as a digital media buyer and planner at an agency in Fort Wayne. Also, Dan Hogan has been named a web developer. He brings six-plus years of experience in web and software development to the firm. Hogan most recently served as a software engineer for nearly three years at a Fort Wayne-based manufacturing company.

  • American Resources Corp. Appoints Board Members

    Fishers-based American Resources Corp. has appointed Randal Stephenson, Ian Sadler and Courtenay Taplin as members of its board of directors. Stephenson is co-founder and CEO of a boutique FINRA-licensed broker dealer focused in the natural resources industry. Prior to retirement, Sadler served as president and CEO of Miller Centrifugal Casting International. Taplin currently manages his own company, Compass Point Resources LLC which he founded in 2007.

  • Darin Brown and Geoffroy Bauer

    High Alpha Adds Entrepreneurs-in-Residence

    High Alpha has added Darin Brown and Geoffroy Bauer as entrepreneurs in residence. Brown is an enterprise cloud technology veteran who most recently served as chief technology officer at Angie’s List. Bauer has more than 20 years of experience building and leading enterprise cloud and e-commerce companies based in Europe. He co-founded Transwide, a cloud-based transportation hub, which sold to Wolters Kluwer Group in 2005.

  • Dr. Ryan Daly

    Franciscan Cardiologist Earns Prestigious Fellow Recognition

    Ryan Daly has been inducted into the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. The fellowship designation is the most distinguished designation that SCCT offers. He is a member of Franciscan Physician Network Indiana Heart Physicians and is medical director of cardiovascular MRI and CT at Franciscan Health Indianapolis.

  • Anitra Myrick and Hillary McCarley

    JCC Hires Three

    The JCC of Indianapolis has hired Anitra Myrick (pictured) as chief financial officer. Hillary McCarley (pictured) has been named director of development. Also, Kelsey Eberle has been hired as cultural arts coordinator.

  • BKD Hires Two

    BKD has named Ann Laudick data analyst consultant in the Indianapolis office. She previously worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Tim Trostle has been appointed a director for corporate finance in the Indianapolis office. He previously worked at Quarton International.

  • Steve Markley and William "Dent" Johnson

    Do It Best Makes Promotions, Hires

    Do it Best Corp. Vice President of Merchandising Steve Markley (pictured) has been promoted to executive vice president of operations. Markley came back to the company in the mid-80s, and then moved on to work in the vendor community and also served as a manufacturer’s representative. William "Dent" Johnson (pictured) has been promoted to VP of merchandising. He previously served as a divisional merchandise manager.

  • Ryan Keener

    Teachers Credit Union Names VP

    Ryan Keener has joined Teachers Credit Union as vice president of commercial lending. He has 25 years of experience in consumer, commercial and mortgage lending. Keener previously served as commercial sales manager at Financial Center.

  • Joshua Gessling

    Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders Names Partner

    Evansville-based Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders LLP has added Joshua Gessling as a partner. His main focus will be labor and employment matters. A native of Washington, Indiana, Gessling earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Indiana.

  • Kristin Hayes and Brittany Barnes

    Matchbook Creative Adds to Team

    Indianapolis-based Matchbook Creative has hired Kristin Hayes as traffic manager. She previously managed interactive and creative projects for a packaging supply company, where she enacted new marketing efforts and handled custom print projects. Also, Brittany Barnes has been named web developer. She previously worked in a similar role for a Lafayette-based web development company and as an iOS developer for a health solutions company.

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      Be honest: have you ever pushed aside the resume of an otherwise perfect job candidate because they identified themselves as having a disability? If so, you may have missed an opportunity to hire a talented, loyal and highly-skilled employee. Unfortunately, for many businesses that are unfamiliar, the perceived challenges and stigmas of employing individuals with disabilities weigh heavily on hiring decisions and too often result in qualified candidates being overlooked.



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