Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana names new director, executive chef

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Published on January 13, 2021 with No Comments

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana, a supportive home away from home for families of children receiving medical care at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and other area hospitals, announced Timeshia Keys has been named the organization’s director of administration and Vlad Victor Bora the executive chef.

Keys comes to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana with nearly 10 years of experience and an extensive educational background with bachelor’s degrees in biology, nursing and a master’s in management from the University of Indianapolis. Her prior experience in administration and management took place in both an educational setting and a nonprofit organization, offering her well rounded expertise for her role.

Prior to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana, Keys served as operations program manager at Project Lia, as well as assistant director of residence life at the University of Indianapolis.

Bora has over 15 years of culinary experience and brings versatility to the organization with his background in premier hotels, health care, corporate dining and cruise lines. As a recipient of the Indianapolis Chef of the Year award, Bora brings a strong culinary skill set to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana. Bora’s educational background includes Carnival Cooks College, George Baritiu College in Romania, ServSafe Management Certification and HarvardX, an online learning initiative of Harvard University.

 

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