Jeremy Kranowitz has been named president and chief executive officer of community nonprofit Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. Kranowitz previously served as managing director for Sustainability of Hazon, an organization that focuses on environmental change, especially within Jewish communities.
Kranowitz attended Johns Hopkins University, earning a master’s and bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. He also holds a MPA in Environmental Policy from New York University.
“Jeremy has an incredible depth of experience in the environmental space and leading not-forprofit-organizations,” said David Feinberg, chair, KIB board of directors in a news release. “What has us most excited is his track record of building collaborative relationships with other organizations. We believe his leadership will not only strengthen our current programs but help us identify new ways to meet our mission.”
Kranowitz will step into his new role September 1.