Kyle Anderson is an economist at the Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis. He teaches economics, statistics, and marketing in the MBA and undergraduate programs. In addition, he serves on the Business Outlook Panel for the Indiana Business Research Center, which produces an economic forecast every year. His research focuses on pricing, auctions, and online markets, and has published several articles in academic journals. Kyle’s research has been featured in the New York Times, and other national media. He has an MBA and Ph.D. from the Kelley School of Business in Bloomington. In addition to his academic work, he has 7 years experience in the health care industry and the heavy trucking industry. Kyle is a native of Indianapolis. He and his wife and daughter reside in Bloomington.
Cameron Gentry is one of the recent additions to Katz Sapper & Miller (KSM) as a staff auditor. He attended college at Kelley School of Business Indianapolis and graduated with triple majors in Accounting, Finance and International Studies and a minor in Political Science. Cameron was a typical Kelley student, juggling multiple jobs including an internship with the Kelley Career Planning Office as a Career Services Intern, regularly participating in the Kelley School of Business Accounting Association while maintaining a full-time student status. After graduating from the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, Cameron first accepted an internship with KSM in their Tax Real Estate department. Once the demanding busy season was over, Cameron proved himself to be worthy of a full-time position with KSM. After being hired by KSM, Cameron switched over to the audit department. He now enjoys working on Corporate audits, Benefit audits, and other assurance services KSM provides. While in pursuit of becoming a CPA, Cameron still maintains valuable networking and professional relationships as an active member of the Young Alumni Council, as well as a member of the Kelley School of Business Alumni Association.
William “Eric” Raider holds a BS in business with a major in marketing from the University of Indianapolis (UIndy). He earned his master’s in education (2007) with a concentration in student affairs and worked in residence life and student activities at UIndy until December 2007. Beginning January 2008, Eric joined Kelley Indianapolis as an academic advisor. Over five years, Eric’s role in advising has shifted and is now the primary advisor for international students and works with our international partnerships and programs. Eric has never been sledding and he has a personal goal to read one book about each American president. He currently has three completed, one in process, and only 41 to go!