Todd Morris, Principal and Co-founder
An Indianapolis native, Todd has spent the majority of his life living and working in Indianapolis and is highly invested in the community’s success. After graduating from Brebeuf Preparatory School, Todd went on to attend Indiana University in Bloomington where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science from the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
He took his sports management degree first to Washington, D.C. working to recruit athletes to endorse the Bush/Quayle 1992 presidential campaign. Todd’s sports career continued on to a job in the marketing departments of the New York Yankees organization (Tampa/Columbus) and the United States Ski Team (Park City, UT) until he moved into his current career niche, real estate management and sales. And back to Indianapolis.
Todd has worked as a leasing rep with Simon Property Group, in office/industrial sales and leasing with Browning Investments and as a broker for Colliers Turley Martin Tucker before he began branching out into founding his own companies. First came the founding of JTM Commercial in 2007, a commercial real estate investment firm. Todd also stays involved as a manager with Freedom Staffing, a woman-owned business (his wife, Shannon, is one of the owners) that provides IT staffing for federal and state contract employment positions.
In 2009, Todd partnered with John Sutton to form Newpoint Services. His extensive experience in commercial real estate makes Todd perfectly suited to manage the business development/asset management aspect of Newpoint.
As further evidence of Todd’s strong commitment to the Indianapolis community, he serves or has served on committees and boards of various not-for-profit and special events, including the Penrod Society, National Youth Sports Corporation, NCAA Final Four Host Committee, Gleaners Food Bank and Broad Ripple Village Association.
Todd and Shannon are the parents of Riley and Jason, as well as Carly, their canine child. You’ll find Todd golfing, boating, playing paddle tennis or cheering on the Indiana Pacers as often as his time away from Newpoint will allow.
John Sutton, Principal and Co-founder
John is a passionate entrepreneur with an interest in all things business. He would opt to converse about business over sports, politics or the weather — and we like him anyway! John promotes an entrepreneurial work environment and loves new business ideas or ways to provide and promote a better service.
Prior to launching Newpoint, John began his career working for his father’s company in the commercial construction field as an estimator and project manager. In 2007, John formed his first business, Newpoint Steel, a structural steel brokerage and project management firm catering to general contractors. During that time, he assisted and managed projects up to $2mm and provided services across the U.S.
The Newpoint name was carried on to Newpoint Services when he partnered with Todd Morris. While leading and growing Newpoint Services from a start up, John ventured into the restaurant business, becoming the first franchise owner of Yats, the well-known Indianapolis fast casual Cajun restaurant. Located on the northwest side of Indianapolis, his location is the highest grossing franchise in the chain. He quickly went on to become the first multi-franchise owner of Yats with a second location on Indianapolis’ westside.
John spends the majority of his time and attention navigating Newpoint Services towards becoming the premier commercial facilities service and management provider in Indiana. While his vision of the company has come to fruition, he and his team continue to raise their goals.
John is a member of Indianapolis Rotary as a Paul Harris Fellow, a member of Vistage Worldwide network for CEOs and business leaders, and is a member of Meridian Hills Country Club. John also enjoys investing in real estate rentals and rehabs with his wife, Jenn. Outside of his professional career, John is an avid automotive enthusiast and enjoys boating on Lake Erie with his wife and daughter, Avery.
Jennifer Sumner, Janitorial Manager
Jennifer is big on family. A loving, devoted wife, mother and grandmother of five children and four grandchildren, it’s no surprise that she brings those central themes with her to Newpoint. Jennifer will tell anyone how Newpoint feels more like a family environment and how she loves her team members. We love that about Jennifer.
She has over a decade of experience in janitorial services in the business, foundry, factory, house and apartment industries. Very hands-on in her approach with customers, Jennifer brings strong work ethics and customer service to her position. Customer satisfaction is very important to her, and it shows.
In her time off, Jennifer loves to cook, crochet and — of course — spend time with her family.
Adrian Cantrell, Event Parking Manager
Adrian is a great example of what it means to work at Newpoint. He began his career here as a parking booth attendant — now he manages all event parking as well as the downtown monthly, daily and parking enforcement lots for Newpoint. We know talent when we spot it.
An Eagle Scout and avid outdoorsman, Adrian hiked the tallest peak in the Cimmaron Range in the Southwest — over 12,000 feet above sea level. Despite playing rugby in high school and college, Adrian is a self-described “nerd” who loves movies, comics, video games and Batman! As if wanting to be Batman weren’t enough of a secret to reveal, another little-known fact about Adrian is that while in the 7th and 8th grades, he had the most home runs in whiffle ball and won the home run derby. He’s our secret weapon if we ever start a Newpoint whiffle ball team!
John Gray, Security Manager
John brings Newpoint decades of experience in security and safety. His time as an FBI agent equipped John with a deep understanding of surveillance tactics to keep areas safe and secure.
John brings vast experience and a deep understanding of event safety strategies, staffing and management, and property security procedures from his time as Director of Security at Simon Property Group and many years at Pacers Sports and Entertainment.
In all of these roles, John has partnered strategically with law enforcement and special forces supporting the events and properties he has managed. We are most thankful for John’s service to our country through two tours of service in the Vietnam war.
Vince Davitto, Business Development Manager
Born and raised in the Hoosier state, Vince is a 2011 graduate of Indiana State University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Construction Management. While growing up in the rural town of Clinton, IN and working on a local farm, Vince learned at a young age the importance of dedication and hard work. Since graduating college Vince jumped into sales and never looked back. He takes pride in building relationships and understanding client needs. For over 7 years he has served as Safety Coordinator, Customer Account Manager and a District Representative in Indiana and across the Midwest. Each of these positions has developed his passion for sales.
Vince has an old soul who is always willing to strike up casual conversations about the latest world news or best lawn care practices. In the rare event Vince isn’t answering emails or meeting with customers, he will be found at home. He usually is enjoying time with family, cooking on his Big Green Egg or target shooting. Vince, his wife Stephanie and their two daughters Eva and Elle along with their dog Mia live in Bargersville, IN. Summer weekends you can find them boating or hanging by the pool. Vince is excited to be joining the Newpoint team.
Chelsea Campbell, HR Administrator/Recruiting Coordinator
Chelsea, originally from Merrillville, Indiana made Indy her permanent home after graduating from IUPUI in May 2015. Armed with her Bachelor’s of Art in Communication Studies, Chelsea has spent the last three years becoming an experienced Human Resources and Recruiting professional. As Newpoint Service’s HR Administrator and Recruiting Coordinator, Chelsea ensures we have the right people in the right spots as we continue to build a culture of success.
When not working, Chelsea enjoys attending games of her favorite sports teams with her friends and family or shopping — mainly for her dog, Oreo who, she brags, has more clothes than some humans.