INDIANAPOLIS – March 23, 2017… The International Center has hired three new staff members, filling the roles of development manager, relocation services coordinator and office manager. The Center has also promoted a member of its marketing and development department.
Laura Limp brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her new role as The International Center’s development manager. The Indiana University graduate joins The Center after a successful stint as a development officer with Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. Limp plans to relocate to Central Indiana from Evansville this summer.
Relocation services coordinator Danielle Reed has joined The Center’s growing relocation services team, the organization’s largest department, after serving as an eligibility representative at Angie’s List. Reed is a Ball State graduate and former AmeriCorps member.
Tyler Smoot, office manager, previously served as an application support analyst at Aprimo (formerly Teradata). He also held positions with Blackbaud and Brothers Publishing/Ball Publishing. Smoot studied classical studies and archaeology at the University of Evansville.
“We’re thrilled to have found such a talented group of individuals to join the team,” said Martin Baier, president and CEO. “With Laura, Danielle and Tyler’s help, we’re confident we can continue to effectively deliver on our mission of globalizing Indiana.”
The International Center has also promoted Logan Charlesworth to the role of marketing and communications manager. Charlesworth, a Ball State graduate, has been with The International Center for one year as its marketing and communications associate. She currently manages The International Center’s community outreach, graphic design and social media efforts in addition to her role as the Festival Fund administrator.
About The International Center
For more than 40 years, The International Center has served as a guide to the world’s cultural landscape, and a catalyst for the state’s international growth. Working in collaboration with businesses, organizations, government agencies, educational institutions and individual citizens, The Center expands Indiana’s global interest through a variety of programs and services and through convening diverse interests who share common international goals. The International Center is a member of Global Ties U.S.