INDIANAPOLIS — The United Way of Central Indiana is naming a former business executive as its new Chief Community Impact Officer.

Juan “Kiko” Suarez will lead a 24-member team overseeing services the nonprofit provides. That includes United Way’s involvement in the early education programs, a network of 12 sites offering family services and a grant program for low income parents.

Suarez holds business degrees from Oxford International University and Theseus Business School in France. He previously was a public affairs and communications executive for NextPhase Wireless and building materials company CEMEX.

He starts at the nonprofit on Aug. 14.

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