Index Corp. Hires Three New Employees

Originally titled 'Company Hires Three New Employees'

Index Corp. has hired three new employees to its North American team to expand the engineering and customer support teams to keep pace with the company’s continued growth.

Index Corp. has hired three new employees to its North American team. Jim May joined the company’s senior leadership team as marketing manager and will be replacing Gary Jones, who plans to retire in in early 2019. Rachael Davenport joined as an applications engineer and Josh Julian joined as a project coordinator. These new roles expand Index’s engineering and customer support teams to keep pace with the company’s continued growth.

“At Index, we firmly believe that our success lies not just in offering world-class products and technology, but in maintaining a team of exceptional people to drive our efforts,” says Tom Clark, president and CEO of Index Corp. “These additions demonstrate that philosophy at work. Jim’s skills and experience will be a strong asset as digital communications drive the ongoing evolution of how we connect with our customers and the industry at large. Rachael’s engineering expertise and dedication to achieving results will help us continue to exceed our customers’ expectations. Josh brings project management experience in the aerospace industry that provides a strong foundation for meeting our customers’ needs. We welcome these individuals to the Index team.”

With an MBA in marketing from Indiana University, Mr. May has 15 years of industrial marketing experience, having spent the majority of his career at a full-service agency that partners with some of the world’s largest advanced manufacturing technology providers. Mrs. Davenport holds a Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical engineering technology from Purdue University and has mechanical engineering experience spanning a variety of industries. Mr. Julian holds a Bachelor’s Degree in project management from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps and has experience with multiple aerospace companies.