Indiana Academy to Honor Three New Members

Posted: Updated:
INDIANAPOLIS -

The Indiana Academy will induct three new members at its 48th annual dinner celebration Monday. The new honorees will be acknowledged by the Academy for lifetime achievements in the state of Indiana. 

This year's inductees are: 

  • Eugene B. Habecker (Indianapolis and Upland) - Dr. Gene Habecker has served as president at two ICI member institutions, Huntington University and Taylor University, from which he retired in 2016 as President Emeritus. Interspersed between those presidencies was a 14-year presidency of the New York City based American Bible Society, a global $100 million non-profit. Habecker is also a Sagamore of the Wabash recipient. 
  • Jane Magnus-Stinson (Indianapolis) - Jane Magnus-Stinson is Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. Prior to her appointment in 2010, Magnus-Stinson served as a federal magistrate judge from 2007-10. She also was a Judge of the Marion Superior Court from 1995-2007. Magnus-Stinson served as Counsel to Governor Evan Bayh from 1991 to 1995. She maintained a civil litigation practice at the firm of Lewis Wagner from 1983 through 1990.
  • Mary Louise Miller (Winona Lake) - Mrs. Mary Louise Miller is a significant force behind much of the civic improvement and the cultural richness of the Winona Lake/Warsaw community. Miller serves as president of the Dr. Dane and Mary Louise Miller Foundation that provides financial assistance to hundreds of charitable organizations and educational scholarships to Hoosiers. Mary Louise also founded ML Motorsports which competed in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and is recognized as the first NASCAR team to be jointly owned by a mother and daughter.

A complete listing of Academy members can be found here

  • Perspectives

    • "Wood" You Consider Investing in Timber?

      Looking for an untraditional way to diversify your traditional stock and fixed-income portfolio? If so, try thinking outside the typical realm of investable assets. Don’t know where to start? How about going against the “grain” and investing in timber? Why Trees? Investing in timber can yield a number of benefits. The main draw of having timber in your portfolio is its low, long-term correlation to traditional investments such as stocks and bonds. Low correlation...

    More

Subscribe

Name:
Company Name:
Email:
Confirm Email:
HTML
INside Edge
Morning Briefing
BigWigs & New Gigs
Life Sciences Indiana
Indiana Connections
INPower
Subscribe
Unsubscribe

Events



  • Most Popular Stories

    • Colts Name Overton As Producer

      The Indianapolis Colts have named Larra Overton as the team's new producer and on-air talent. Overton currently is a sports reporter and anchor for Fox59 WXIN/CBS4 WTTV. She will serve as producer for Colts Productions and will serve as the television sideline reporter for preseason broadcasts and radio sideline reporter for regular season games. Overton holds two degrees from Indiana University. 
    • 1SI executives Matt Hall and Wendy Dant Chesser talked about the project on Inside INdiana Business.

      Momentum Building at 'Hot Spot' River Ridge

      As economic development officials in southeast Indiana welcomed news last week of Louisville-based PharmaCord's plans to invest $52 million and add up to 850 jobs at the River Ridge Commerce Center, they were quick to add there is more development on the horizon. River Ridge is a sprawling, 6,000 acre park located between Jeffersonville and Charlestown that was once home to the massive Indiana Army Ammunition plant and thousands of jobs. Today more than 50 companies call River...

    • Leslie Lewis and Stephanie Michael

      Willow Makes Staff Changes

      Willow Marketing has promoted Leslie Lewis (pictured) to director of client service. Also, the company hired Stephanie Michael (pictured) as a senior account manager and Lizzie Jackson as an account coordinator. Lewis was previously a senior account manager, while Michael previously served as program marketing manager at MEMO Marketing.  

    • Foppers CEO Michelle Leffurt (left) and Executive Director of National Sales Emily Gillam

      Logansport Company Selected in Walmart Open Call

      A Logansport-based dog treat manufacturer is one of several companies chosen to have their products sold on Walmart shelves. Foppers Pet Treat Bakery took part in Walmart's annual Open Call event, in which hundreds of small businesses and entrepreneurs pitched their products for the chance to sell them in stores. Foppers Chief Executive Officer Michelle Leffert says she was shocked to hear she was selected during the two-day event at Walmart's headquarters in Arkansas.

    • Kristina Creager

      Purdue University Fort Wayne Names Vice Chancellor

      Purdue University Fort Wayne has named Kristina Creager, Ph.D. vice chancellor for student affairs. Creager formerly served as associate vice chancellor for student success and has served as interim vice chancellor for student affairs since February and will begin her new duties on July 1.