Indiana State Museum Names Four Board Members

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Judy Singleton and Roland Shelton Judy Singleton and Roland Shelton

The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites has added: Kathryn Roudebush, Roland Shelton, Judy Singleton and John Wechsler to its board of directors. 

Roudebush lives in Fort Wayne, where she’s been a resident for more than 30 years. She has practiced law for three decades with a focus on civil litigation, and she’s a co-founder of the Allen County Bar Association’s Women Section. Roudebush has served as a community volunteer on many other boards of directors, including the Jr. League, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne Ballet, Friends of the Parks and others. She currently serves as vice chair of the board of directors for PBS 39 Public Television; vice chair and capital campaign chair for the Allen County SPCA and board chair for the Allen County Public Library Foundation. 

Shelton lives in Terre Haute and works as vice president and senior business development officer with Old National Bank. He has previously worked as senior executive with several university fundraising divisions. Shelton currently serves on several boards in the Indianapolis area, including Irsay Family YMCA at CityWay and Mid-States Minority Development Council. He also serves on the Negro League Baseball Museum Board in Kansas City. 

Singleton, from Indianapolis, is a seventh-generation Hoosier with a deep interest in Indiana history. Author of two books on Indiana’s Trailblazing Women, she is also a businesswoman and community volunteer. In 1986, she co-founded Singleton Associates, a commercial real estate investment company. In 1990, Singleton co-founded the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series, a program to develop women political and government leaders, now with more than 1,500 graduates nationwide. She serves on the board of the Lugar Series and has served on the boards of the Indiana Commission for Women, Girls Inc., Indiana Women’s Archives, the Indiana 4-H Foundation and the Purdue HSS Alumni Association. 

Wechsler currently lives in Fishers, and he is founder of Launch Fishers and the Indiana IoT Lab. He has also worked at other start-ups, including Formstack, Formspring, DeveloperTown, Vontoo, Wishoo and beenz. Wechsler recently received the Trailblazer Award from the TechPoint Mira Awards for being a bold visionary willing to take smart risks in the Indiana tech industry. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, where he co-chairs the Technology and Innovation Council.

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