Indiana Landmarks Elects Officers, New Board Members

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Sallie Rowland received the Williamson Prize last month. (photo courtesy Indiana Landmarks) Sallie Rowland received the Williamson Prize last month. (photo courtesy Indiana Landmarks)
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Indiana Landmarks has added five new members to its board of directors and re-elected officers for the next year. The new board members are slated to serve three-year terms expiring in September 2020.

Among the new members is Sallie Rowland, who formerly led the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission. Rowland's election comes more than a month after the organization awarded her the Williamson Prize for "outstanding individual leadership."

The other new board members include:

  • William Goins of Rushville: A longtime member of Indiana Landmarks’ affiliate Rush County Heritage. He formerly chaired the board of Ivy Tech.
  • Tracy Haddad of Columbus: Owns and manages property and serves on the board of the Haddad Foundation. She is a member of the organizing committee of Exhibit Columbus, an annual exploration of architecture, art, and community.
  • David Haist of Culver: A lawyer and independent management consultant, retired as chief operating officer of Do It Best Corp., the Fort Wayne-based national cooperative of 4,000 hardware and building supply stores.                    
  • Charlitta Winston of Indianapolis: Philanthropy officer at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. She previously ran the capital campaign for the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana.

Four board members were also re-elected to second terms, also expiring in September 2020. They include Jeremy Efroymson, Matt Mayol, and Doris Anne Sadler, all of Indianapolis, and Christine Keck of Evansville.

The officers re-elected for another year include:

  • Carl Cook, past chairman
  • James Fadely, chairman
  • Parker Beauchamp, vice chairman
  • Brett McKamey, treasurer
  • Sara Edgerton, secretary and assistant treasurer
  • Thomas Engle, assistant secretary
  • Marsh Davis, president
  • Judy O’Bannon, secretary emerita.

Five retiring board members, including Katrina Basile, Steve Campbell, Sanford Garner, Eric Rowland, and Jane Walker, will join the Indiana Landmarks Brain Trust, which consists of former directors who continue to advise the organization.

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