The Regional Development Co. elected three new members to its board of directors.
Anthony Sindone, Anne Taylor and Mark Oganovich will join the Valparaiso-based company’s board.
“These are all great additions to the RDC board,” said Erica Dombey, president and executive director of the RDC, in a press release.
Sindone is a clinical associate professor of finance and economic development at Purdue University Northwest. Taylor is the executive director of planning and development at the city of Hammond. Oganovich is in professional services business banking at Old National Bank.
“We are adding two fantastic people who work in north Lake County, Indiana. Tony brings deep wisdom regarding trends and forecasting as an economist, and Anne's experience in economic development and community planning will be a true asset,” Dombey said. “We are thrilled to add a lender from the Illinois market with Mark. He's long been an advocate for, and partner with, the RDC.”
The new board members were elected Nov. 9 at the RDC’s annual membership meeting. The RDC also appointed a new slate of officials. They celebrated the year’s accomplishments and honored key supporters at the meeting.
The RDC is a nonprofit organization and Certified Development Co. It administers the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 504 Loan Program to promote small business growth in both Indiana and Illinois.