New Board Named at Women & Hi Tech

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The 2018 board of directors has been announced for Indianapolis-based Women & Hi Tech. The members include representatives from a variety of Indiana companies, 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

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