KIB Adds to Team & Makes Promotions

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Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Inc. has named Kristina Uland (pictured) senior vice president of development and external affairs. She comes to KIB with a wealth of knowledge in fundraising and communications, having lead teams at WFYI and provided expertise in consulting roles. Uland will lead the organization in strategizing outcomes and positioning growth opportunities for KIB that will include business development strategy, resource development, and external affairs. Additionally, Mark Adler and Joseph Jarzen have been promoted into executive leadership roles within the organization. Adler will serve as vice president of special initiatives; overseeing various contracts that support the mission of KIB and support the expanding Community Forestry program, as well as plan and execute service projects with diverse corporate partners. Jarzen will serve as vice president of program strategy; leading strategic growth within the organization and deepening KIB's impact by developing existing and new outcomes-based initiatives.

KIB has added: Justin Sufan, Indianapolis Power & Light Co.; Chris Tucker, Cummins Inc.; Peter Lacy, Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles and Leigh Riley Evans, Mapleton Fall Creek CDC to its board of directors. KIB’s board consists of: Board Chair, Tim George, CHA Consulting; Vice Chair, Peyton Berg, Rolls-Royce North America, Inc.; Treasurer, David Feinberg, Blue and Company; Secretary, Shelby Swango, Parsons Brinckerhoff; John Andrews, Shiel Sexton; Meredith Gramelspacher, Indiana Brownfields Program, IFA; Peter Lacy, Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles; Jeff Mader, Mader Design LLC; Susan Matthews, Borshoff; Rahnae Napoleon, National Bank of Indianapolis; Joanna Nixon, Nixon Consulting; Elsie Rivera, Palabrica; Eli Lilly and Co., Stephanie Powers, Shrewsberry & Associates; Jamie Ratner Rich, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC; Tony Steinhardt, RATIO Architects, Inc.; and Nickolas Williams, IU Foundation.

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