Three Zionsville residents earn new titles

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Blessing

Victoria Blessing, Deborah Hanson and Mary Rosswurm recently attained new professional positions.

Rosswurm, executive director of Carmel’s Little Star Center,has been appointed to a fourth two-year term on the Indiana Commission on Autism by Brian Bosma, Indiana Speaker of the House.  The commission is directed by the Indiana General Assembly to study the service delivery system for individuals and families living with autism, examines the need for and effectiveness of available programs, and oversees and updates the development of a comprehensive plan for services for individuals of all ages with autism.

Hanson

Blessing has joined Little Star Center as New Family Coordinator.In this capacity, she oversees the “on-boarding” process for new families enrolling their child at Little Star Center to ensure a timely and smooth transition into the center. This includes scheduling tours, verifying benefits and supporting clients regarding insurance issues, scheduling assessments and start dates and assisting with special events and community parent education efforts.

Rosswurm

Hanson joined Berthel Fisher & Company Financial Services, Inc., a leading independent broker-dealer, as a registered representative. Hanson will oversee Hanson Financial, LLC, an independently owned and operated financial investment firm with securities offered through Berthel Fisher.

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