INDIANAPOLIS (July 21, 2022) – The Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) is announcing that its president and CEO and six of its talent and industry sector initiative leaders have been named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s prestigious list of the 250 most influential business leaders in Indiana. The list represents the people who are making an undeniable impact on the state.
Named to the Indiana 250 list from CICP are the following:
- David L. Johnson, president and CEO, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership
- Mitch Frazier, president and CEO, AgriNovus Indiana
- Jason Kloth, president and CEO, Ascend Indiana
- Patty Martin, president and CEO, BioCrossroads
- Fred Cartwright, president and CEO, Conexus Indiana
- Paul Mitchell, president and CEO, Energy Systems Network
- Ting Gootee, president and CEO, TechPoint
Some of the groundbreaking projects CICP and its initiatives have been involved in include the creation of the 16 Tech Innovation District, the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, Business Equity for Indy, the Indiana GPS Project, the Indiana Seed Funds, the Manufacturing Readiness Grants, HungerTech, the Indy Autonomous Challenge, Modern Youth Apprenticeship and Xtern, to name a few.
All 250 Indiana business leaders will be honored at a celebration on July 21, 2022. To learn more about the CICP leaders and the other honorees, visit https://www.indiana250.com/2022.
About the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership
The Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) was formed in 1999 to bring together the chief executives of the region’s prominent corporations, foundations and universities in a strategic and collaborative effort dedicated to Indiana’s continued prosperity and growth. To advance this mission, CICP sponsors six key talent and industry sector initiatives, AgriNovus Indiana, Ascend Indiana, BioCrossroads, Conexus Indiana, Energy Systems Network and TechPoint, each of which addresses challenges and opportunities unique to its respective area: agbiosciences, talent and workforce development, life sciences, advanced manufacturing and logistics, advanced energy technology and transportation and technology.