Crown Point Community Foundation Announces New Board Members • Northwest Indiana Business Magazine

Crown Point Community Foundation Announces New Board Members

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CROWN POINT — The Crown Point Community Foundation is pleased to announce two new members to its Board of Directors. Chrisanne Christ, Senior Partner at Centier Bank, and Jamie Ricci, Director of Supply Chain at Nisource, join the Foundations 19 member board team.

“I am happy to welcome Chrisanne Christ and Jamie Ricci to the CPCF’s Board of Directors,” said Greg Forsythe Chairman of the Board. “They are proven leaders in their careers and community. The CPCF board and staff look forward to adding their insight, experience, and voice to the Crown Point Community Foundation.”

Chrisanne Christ has worked at Centier for the past 21 years overseeing the special associates and culture at the bank through the Human Resources Development division. Chrisanne has also served in leadership capacities within the NWI Society for Human Resource Management. She also serves on various committees and PTAs within the Crown Point Community Schools, First Presbyterian Church of CP, Purdue Northwest, and is a graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy. She also volunteers for Meals on Wheels. She currently resides in Winfield Township with her husband Mark, and two children, Nicholas and Callista.

Jamie Ricci is the Director of Supply Chain for the Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), which is a part of NiSource. At NIPSCO, Jamie leads the Electric Supply Chain group in the procurement of equipment, materials and services for the electric transmission and distribution systems as well as the electric generation facilities. Jamie holds a BS degree in Business and majored in Accounting from Indiana University. She is also a Certified Purchasing Manager as well as a Six Sigma Green Belt. She is a member of the Women’s International Network of Utility Professionals and is the STEM chair for NIPSCO. Jamie is also a member of American Association of Blacks in Energy, Institute for Supply Management, and participates as a corporate member of WBENC. She currently resides in Winfield Township with her husband Dean, and sons Nicholas and Nathaniel.

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