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Citizens Welcomes New Board Members

1/21/2013
 
INDIANPOLIS- Citizens Energy Group welcomes new members to its Board of Directors and Board of Trustees.

Jackie Nytes is the newest member of Citizens’ Board of Trustees. Nytes replaces Gerald Bepko, IUPUI Chancellor Emeritus, IU Trustee Professor and Professor of Law, who retired from the Board of Trustees after 10 years of service.

Nytes served the Indianapolis Public Library from 1988 to 2003 as CFO and Associate Director for Management Services.  Nytes returned to the Indianapolis Public Library in 2012 to be the Chief Executive Officer. During her time away, Nytes served the state as the President of the Indiana Economic Development Council and the city as the Executive Director of the Mapleton Fall Creek Development Corporation. Twelve years on the Indianapolis City-County Council has given Nytes a unique perspective on the role of the library in the Indianapolis community. Currently, Nytes serves as a board member of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and the International Center.

Nytes has a bachelor’s in political science and an MLS, both from the University of Wisconsin Madison.

J.A. Lacy is the newest member of the Citizens’ Board of Directors. Lacy replaces Martha Lamkin, retired president of the Lumina Foundation, who retired from the Board of Directors after 22 years of service.

Lacy serves as President and Chief Operating Officer of LDI, Ltd. A native of Indianapolis,  Lacy volunteers at various local charities including serving as Chairman for the United Way’s Tocqueville Society and as a Director for the YMCA, Central Indiana Women’s Fund and United Way.  Lacy also serves on the SKL Executive Leadership Series Advisory Board.

Lacy has a bachelor’s from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

About Citizens Energy Group

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