Business Ownership Initiative Names Board

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The Indy Chamber's Business Ownership Initiative has selected its 2015 board of directors and officers. They include executives from JPMorgan Chase, NetLogx and Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union. December 16, 2014

News Release

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Business Ownership Initiative (BOI), a business unit of the Indy Chamber, recently elected its 2015 Board of Directors and officers. They include:

-Chair: Marshall L. Byers, JPMorgan Chase

-Secretary: Stacy Shew, NetLogx

-Treasurer: Hannah Kaufman Joseph, Katz & Korin Attorneys At Law

-Past-Chair: Scott Tant, Professional Staff Management

-Lynne Churchill, Miles Printing Corporation

-Terrie Daniel, Deputy Commissioner M/WBD State of Indiana

-Meredith Fleming, Posh Petals

-John Guy, Wealth Planning & Management, LLC

-Pavan Inabathini, SUBU, LLC

-George Pillow, Pillow Logistics

-Lisa Schlehuber, ELFCU

The Business Ownership Initiative is a part of the Indy Chamber's Entrepreneur Services division which provides entrepreneurs looking to grow or launch their business with resources including free one-on-one business coaching, educational workshops, access to small business microloans, and more.

"We are thrilled to have this dynamic group of business leaders to serve on the BOI board and we look forward to working together to boost entrepreneurial profitability throughout Indy," said Julie Grice, VP of Entrepreneur Services for the Indy Chamber. "In the coming year, we will build upon the great successes we have had thus far and enhance the resources available for people looking to grow or launch their business.

To learn more, visit www.businessownership.org or www.indychamber.com.

About Indy Chamber

The Indy Chamber is the voice of progress and improvement for the Indianapolis region's business community. With membership of nearly 2,500 businesses representing 230,000 employees in the Indianapolis region, the Indy Chamber is leading the effort to strengthen the business climate, improve the state of education, revitalize neighborhoods and enhance the region's workforce. In 2012, the Indy Chamber merged with Indy Partnership, Develop Indy, and Business Ownership Initiative. For more information about the Indy Chamber, visit IndyChamber.com.

Source: The Indy Chamber