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2 appointed to lottery board

– Gov. Mike Pence on Monday filled two vacancies on the Indiana State Lottery Commission.

The two appointees – who will serve four-year terms, effective immediately – are Luke Bosso, of Indianapolis, and Debra Kunce, of Carmel.

Bosso is regulator and permitting ombudsman at Develop Indy. He previously worked as resource manager for SkillStorm, a technology services company, and was manager of business development at Indiana University Sports Properties. Active within central Indiana, Bosso volunteers for the National Leukemia Foundation, the Ronald McDonald House and Zoobilation. He is a graduate of Franklin College.

Kunce works at Core Planning Strategies. She was at Schmidt Associates Inc. from 1994 to 2012, where she led the program management team and was responsible for overseeing the nearly $1 billion bond program for the Indianapolis Public Schools. She is a registered architect and has received a number of awards and recognitions for her professional excellence, including serving as the national vice president for the American Institute of Architects.

The commission is a five-member board. Two members resigned in recent months.

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