Radius Indiana has hired Keeley Stingel as vice president of talent attraction and retention. The organization says the newly-created position will support its workforce development efforts.
Stingel will administer in-migration programs of new workers, and will help with skill improvement and entrepreneurship programs. Stingel will also support the organization’s veterans recruitment initatives and re-entry programs when she begins September 9.
"I look forward to joining the Radius team. The organization continues to be able and willing to adapt to meet the needs of the region. I’ve enjoyed working with them in former roles and most recently as a member of the Washington County Council," said Stingel. "I believe that rural Indiana is poised for growth and transformation. In my new role, I will work to optimize and retain existing talent while attracting new talent to ensure that the Radius region will be a sustainable and prosperous place to live and do business."
Stingel previously served as Executive Director of Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana, and also worked with the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and Indiana Chamber of Commerce.