Clark, Boaz serving as princesses
Thirty-three young women from across Indiana have been selected to serve in the 2012 500 Festival Princess Program, including Carmel’s Molly Clark of Butler University, and Emily Boaz of Saint Mary’s College. As ambassadors of the 500 Festival, the 2012 Indianapolis 500 and their hometowns, the princesses will attend and volunteer at 500 Festival events and programs throughout May. In addition, the 33 princesses will be involved with statewide outreach programs of their choosing. Princesses are also present at various Indianapolis Motor Speedway functions and participate in the Indianapolis 500 Victory Circle celebration.
Top real estate producers
The Puterbaugh Group recently received the award for Top Producers in F.C. Tucker’s Carmel office. Based on highest closed volume, the award was presented at F.C. Tucker’s annual awards program on Feb. 16 at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis.
Jo Nahod-Carlin has been promoted to director of marketing at Managed Health Services, an Indiana-based health maintenance organization serving Hoosier Healthwise and the Healthy Indiana Plan. Previously, Nahod-Carlin was the MHS marketing manager. In her new role, Nahod-Carlin is in charge of all marketing efforts at MHS, including material production, serving as the media contact and spokesperson on health-plan-specific issues and working with all internal departments to achieve maximum outcomes in marketing initiatives and daily outreach activities, among other duties. Prior to working at MHS, Nahod-Carlin served as marketing director for Live-360 in Indianapolis, where she was responsible for the overall leadership of the marketing department with a focus on effective marketing and promotion. Sheresides in Carmel with her husband, Sean, and two children, Jake and Landon.