Zionsville Times Sentinel

January 23, 2013

5 county residents named to state agencies

Former Gov. Mitch Daniels made appointments before leaving office.

Staff report
Staff Writer

— Several Boone County residents have been named or reappointed to several state boards and commissioners by then-Gov. Mitch Daniels.

Amanda Black, of Zionsville, an investment consultant and project manager with Capital Cities LLC, is a new appointee to the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Board. She replaces Teresa Lubbers, who resigned in September. The panel promotes excellence in learning for students with visual disabilities.

David Rausch, of Zionsville, was reappointed to the eight-member Board of Registration for Architects & Landscape Architects. His term expires Nov. 1, 2015. The board licenses and regulates architects and landscape architects.

Brett Merritt, of Zionsville, was reappointed to the Indiana Secondary Market for Higher Education Funds. The group is the state’s designated not-for-profit secondary market for federal student loans. His term expires Sept 30, 2015.

Jennifer Jones, of Lebanon, a co-owner of Royal Title, is one of five new members of the Insurance Producer Education and Continuing Education Advisory Council. The group is charged with reviewing and making recommendations about proposed rules for insurance courses.

Jones joins Russ Handlon, of Lebanon, was one of five people reappointed to the council. Their terms expire July 31, 2015.