Holcomb Makes Board Appointments

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Governor Eric Holcomb has made another round of appointments and reappointments to various boards and commissions. They include the Indiana Economic Development Corp. Board of Directors and the Vincennes University Board of Trustees.

The appointments include:

Indiana Economic Development Corp. Board of Directors

  • Joel Gorelick (Schererville) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires October 31, 2021.

Integrated Public Safety Commission

  • Mike Diekhoff (Bloomington) will join the commission and will serve at the pleasure of the governor.

Task Force for Assessment of Services & Supports for People with Intellectual & Other Developmental Disabilities (all serving at the pleasure of the governor)

  • Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch (chairperson) 
  • Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura (Indianapolis), director of the Indiana Department of Child Services
  • Jonathan Burlison (Indianapolis), CEO of Bridges of Indiana
  • Steve Cook (Brownsburg), president and CEO of INARF
  • Christine Dahlberg (Indianapolis), director of the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities
  • Kim Dodson (Westfield), executive director of the Arc of Indiana
  • Trent Fox (Indianapolis), chief of staff at the Indiana State Department of Health
  • Kylee Hope (Indianapolis), director of the Division of Disability & Rehabilitation Services with the Family & Social Services Administration
  • Joseph Langerak (Evansville), attorney with Jackson Kelly PLLC
  • Kathleen McAllen (Indianapolis), senior consultant with G2 Group
  • Jason Meyer (Roanoke), president and CEO of Passages, Inc.
  • Kim Milas (Zionsville), member of Self-Advocates of Indiana and officer of Aktion Club of Greater Boone County and the Self-Advocates of Greater Boone County
  • Kevin Moore (Indianapolis), director of the Division of Mental Health & Addiction with the Family & Social Services Administration
  • Debbie Pierson (Indianapolis), deputy director of the Division of Aging with the Family & Social Services Administration
  • Julie Reynolds (Indianapolis), director of strategic initiatives with the Division of Disability & Rehabilitation Services with the Family & Social Services Administration
  • Allison Taylor (Indianapolis), interim Medicaid Director with the Office of Medicaid Policy & Planning with the Family & Social Services Administration
  • Betty Williams (Richmond), consumer education and training coordinator for the Arc of Indiana
  • Dr. Pam Wright (Indianapolis), director of Special Education with the Indiana Department of Education

Vincennes University Board of Trustees

  • J.R. Gaylor (Noblesville) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires October 4, 2020.
  • Eric J. Schach (Evansville) will continue his service on the board. His new term expires October 4, 2020.
  • Millie Marshall (Evansville) will join the board. Her term expires October 4, 2020.
  • Emma J. Marsh (Bruceville) will join the board as the student member of the board. Her term expires September 30, 2018.
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