Community Health Network has promoted Nichole Goddard to chief operating officer for the south region. She joined Community in 2010, as manager of the Imaging Center South and later as director of patient access, overseeing acute care and ambulatory revenue cycle operations. For the past three years Goddard served as director of medical imaging, cardiac testing, environmental services and dietary services before being named interim chief operating officer.
As interim COO, Goddard helped lead the Community Health Network transition of the University of Indianapolis employee and student health clinic, collaborated with leaders on the South Region’s Master Facility Plan, and has been working on the new Community Rehabilitation Hospital South.
Goddard completed her master’s in business administration degree in 2011. She also has a bachelor’s degree in nuclear medicine technology. Goddard is a member of the American Healthcare Radiology Administrators, the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Indiana Healthcare Executive Network.
By Jeffrey Mittman Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer Appointee, Bosma Enterprises
Imagine facing a 70 percent unemployment rate. That is the challenge people who are blind or visually impaired are up against when trying to find employment. And it is why Bosma Enterprises' mission to create opportunities is so important. The Governor’s Council designates each March as Disability Awareness Month to promote independence, integration and inclusion of all people who have disabilities. As the state’s largest employer of people who are blind or...
By Evan Bedel Director of Strategy and Finance, Bedel Financial Consulting Inc.
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Trinity Haven has named Jenni White executive director. She most recently served as vice president of mission impact at Coburn Place. White has also worked in various capacities with the Damien Center and Leadership Evansville. She is active with the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Indianapolis Continuum of Care.
A Hoosier bakery has been recognized as one of “America’s 7 Most Beautiful Gas Station Conversions” by Architectural Digest. 410 Bakery in New Albany launched in 2016 as a full retail bakery in what was previously the Economy Filling Station.
The Indiana State University Board of Trustees has unanimously approved Deborah Curtis as the school's 12th president. Curtis, currently the provost and chief learning officer at the University of Central Missouri, will begin her new role in January.
Bose Public Affairs Group LLC has promoted Rachel Sorvig to vice president. She joined the firm in 2012 and most recently served as public relations director. Sorvig previously served as communications director for the office of Indiana Lt. Governor Becky Skillman, where she managed communications for the Lt. Governor’s office and five additional state agencies including those responsible for agriculture and energy policy.