Major Women's Conference Reveals Advisory Board

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The 2016 Indiana Conference for Women has announced its advisory board. Board members include former Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann, Indiana University First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie and Inside INdiana Business Host Gerry Dick.

The education and leadership development event is billed as the largest of its kind in the Midwest.

Conference co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Billie Dragoo says "each of our advisors brings unique expertise and a distinct perspective to the conference, and I look forward to working with them as we continue to provide resources to catalyze success for women."

The advisory board members are:

  • Myra Borshoff, founder, Borshoff and Associates
  • Angela Braly, former president and CEO of WellPoint Inc. (now called Anthem Inc.)
  • Tonya Brothers-Bridge, former chief of staff to the Lieutenant Governor of Indiana
  • Laurie Burns McRobbie, First Lady of Indiana University
  • Gerry Dick, host and creator, Inside Indiana Business, president and managing editor of Grow Indiana Media Ventures LLC
  • Sue Ellspermann, former Lieutenant Governor of Indiana
  • Angie Lewis, operations director, Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center
  • Mickey Maurer, chairman, IBJ Corp., chairman, National Bank of Indianapolis
  • Andrea Morehead, news anchor, Channel 13 WTHR 
  • Joyce Rogers, vice president of development and external relations for diversity, equity and multicultural affairs, Indiana University Foundation

The Indiana Conference for Women is set for October 26 at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis. You can connect to more about the advisors by clicking here.

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