Women & Hi Tech Names New Board

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Darcy Lee will serve as president of Women & Hi Tech for 2018. Darcy Lee will serve as president of Women & Hi Tech for 2018.
INDIANAPOLIS -

Indianapolis-based Women & Hi Tech has announced its 2018 board of directors. The members represent a variety of companies throughout Indiana, including Salesforce, Eli Lilly and Co., and Cummins. 

The board officially began its new term Sunday. The newly-elected members include:

Elected Officers:

  • President: Darcy Lee, Director of Accounts & Business Development, Metonymy Media
  • President-Elect: Angela B. Freeman, Intellectual Property/Patent Attorney, Barnes & Thornburg LLP 
  • Treasurer: Bobbie LaFollette, Senior Business Analyst, Baker Hill
  • Secretary: Kelly Ragle, Project Coordinator, Pondurance

Elected Directors:

  • Communications Director: Lori Boyer, Software Applications Developer, Barnes & Thornburg LLP
  • Corporate Engagement Director: Rebecca Bormann, Managing Director of Sales and Services, Bell Techlogix, Inc.
  • Executive Women's Forum Director: Linda Hicks, Vice President of Midwest Operations for ECC Horizon
  • Individual Membership Director: Wendy Maple, Outreach Consultant, netlogx
  • Leading Light Awards Director: Ali Hromis, Release Manager, Salesforce
  • Membership Administrator: Carol Ganz, Director of Client Experiences, Six Feet Up, Inc.
  • Networking Events Director: Maria Alvim-Gaston, Principal Research Scientist, Eli Lilly and Company
  • Outreach - Collegiate Director: Barbara J. Alder, Director, Office of Engagement for Metropolitan Indianapolis, Purdue University
  • Outreach - K - 12  Director: Janette Allen, Manager Requirements Analysis and Engineering, Roche
  • Past President: Audrey Taylor, Founder and CEO,  netlogx
  • Volunteer Director: Karen Harris, Vice President & Information Officer Manufacturing and Quality, Eli Lilly and Company

Elected Emeritus:

  • Jo Basey, Retired, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
  • Angie Engel, Sales Executive, Perficient
  • Gail Farnsley, Senior Executive Partner, Gartner
  • Deb Hallberg, Business Development Manager for Industry Groups, Barnes & Thornburg LLP
  • Tonya Hanshew, Founder & CEO, Write 4 the Win, LLC
  • Rajinder Heir, Enterprise Security Program Consultant, Information Services Agency, City of Indianapolis | Marion County
  • Melissa Lavella, Quality Supervisor, Roche
  • Patsy Lentz, Retired Business Development Professional
  • Jayne Merryman, Enterprise Account Executive, Dell EMC
  • Jane Richardson, IT Strategy and Corporate Strategic Alignment Leader, Cummins Inc.
  • Tiffany Trusty, President, Trusty Applications and Android Architect, Eli Lilly and Company
  • Susan Vaughn, CEO, The Project Authority
  • Tiffany White, Head of DaVinci, Rolls-Royce

You can view bios on each member by clicking here.

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