TECH CORPS Announces Six New Board Members

TECH CORPS Announces Six New Board Members

“All six of our newest directors bring talent, expertise and energy to the table.”

Joining the Board of Directors are Heather Adams, Robert Carnell, Mitch DeShane, Emily Eyen, Tim Harman and Ana Mowles.

“All six of our newest directors bring talent, expertise and energy to the table,” said Lisa M. Chambers, National Executive Director of TECH CORPS.  “We are very fortunate to have them on our team as we continue to expand the impact of TECH CORPS in Central Ohio and nationally.”

Heather Renée Adams, Of Counsel, Labor and Employment Group
Ice Miller
Heather is of counsel in Ice Miller’s Labor and Employment Group, where she advises and represents clients in high-stakes whistleblower actions and various other areas of employment law.

Robert Carnell, Enterprise Analytics Director
The Huntington National Bank
Robert leads Huntington’s Data and Analytics team which is responsible for using advanced analytics techniques and Huntington’s data to maximize the return on investment across the enterprise (Consumer, Business, Commercial, and Private Banks).

Mitch DeShane, CPA, Audit Manager
Schneider Downs
Mitch recently returned to public accounting in 2018 to follow his true passion as a business advisor with Schneider Downs & Co. Inc. in the Accounting, Assurance, and Advisory Services Group. 

Emily Eyen, Human Resources Director
Zipline Logistics
Emily is dedicated to furthering the HR profession and mentoring others. Her experience ranges from multiple positions in state government, to HR Business Partner at Stanley Steemer, to now running the HR Department at Zipline Logistics. 

Tim Harman, Senior Consultant
Workforce Innovation Center
Tim is a dynamic HR professional with a successful track record of implementing talent acquisition, college recruiting and diversity & inclusion strategies. Tim has held leadership roles with multiple Fortune 500 companies.

Ana Mowles, Technology Executive Director
JPMorgan Chase Co.
Ana currently leads the Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) team for Core and Hosting Infrastructure Platforms at JPMorgan Chase Co.  A global team, SRE is responsible for the reliability, performance, stability and automation. 


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