Branigin Foundation Announces Board Officers

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The Branigin Foundation has added Brooke Worland as board vice president and Dustin Huddleston as board secretary. Worland has been employed with Franklin College since 2001, and currently serves as assistant provost and dean of engaged learning. She has served in various roles during her tenure at the college, including dean of alumni engagement, assistant dean for engaged learning and director of professional development, and registrar. Worland also previously taught math at Franklin Community High School. She earned a bachelor of arts in pure mathematics and mathematics secondary education from Franklin College and a master of science in education from Indiana University, Bloomington.

Huddleston is an attorney at Huddleston & Huddleston in Franklin, where he currently represents the town of Edinburgh, Johnson County Assessor, Johnson County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals and the Whiteland Fire Protection District, among other clients. He earned a bachelor of arts in history and religion at Miami University and a juris doctor from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.  

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