Business and City Leadership Named to Columbus Business First Power 100

With the arrival of Intel, Amgen and rapid growth throughout the region, Columbus Business First’s annual Power 100 list focuses on the business, community and nonprofit leaders that are likely to have the greatest influence on the area’s workforce, infrastructure and finances. Among the people to watch: Sandy Doyle-Ahern, EMH&T president; Amy Albery, Wallick Communities CEO; Jennifer Chrysler, New Albany community development director; Jim Evers, Intel Corporation’s vice president and Ohio site manufacturing operations manager; and Bill Ebbing, New Albany Company president and CEO; Julie Sloat, American Electric Power CEO and president; and Andy Weeks, VanTrust Real Estate executive vice president.