TechPoint Adds Big Names to Board

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Sherry Aaholm (left) and Angie Hicks are two of the new board members. (photos courtesy TechPoint) Sherry Aaholm (left) and Angie Hicks are two of the new board members. (photos courtesy TechPoint)

Indiana's technology initiative has announced the addition of several big names to its board of directors. TechPoint says the new members include executives from tech companies such as Genesys and ANGI Homeservices as well as Columbus-based Cummins Inc.(NYSE: CMI) and Ice Miller.

In a news release, TechPoint said the additions to the board "establishes the notion that tech is permeating Indiana's economic landscape." The new board members include:

  • Sherry Aaholm - vice president and chief information officer for Cummins
  • Tom Eggemeier - president of Genesys
  • Eric Goodman - partner with Ice Miller's Business group
  • Angie Hicks - chief customer officer for ANGI Homeservices and co-founder of Angie's List

You can learn more about each new member by clicking here.

The additions come about four months after TechPoint announced former Salesforce Marketing Cloud Chief Executive Officer Scott McCorkle would become chairman of the board. McCorkle spoke to Inside INdiana Business after the announcement to talk about his new role, which you can view by clicking the link below:

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