The Indiana Humanities has named Doran Moreland chair of its board of directors. He serves as a senior consultant at KSM Consulting.

The new executive slate is also comprised of:

-Chair-Elect: Chris Gahl, senior vice president of marketing and communications, Visit Indy; Indianapolis

-Secretary: Marisol Gouveia, director of membership and engagement, Indianapolis Zoo; Indianapolis

-Treasurer: Mark Maassel, retired president, Indiana Energy Association; Valparaiso

Other members include:
-Keira Amstutz, president and CEO, Indiana Humanities; Indianapolis
-Dr. Edward P. Dallis-Comentale, associate vice provost for arts and humanities and professor of English, Indiana University; Bloomington
-Dr. Rayvon Fouche, professor of American studies, Purdue University; Carmel
-Dr. Edward Frantz, chair of the department of history and political science and professor of history, University of Indianapolis; Indianapolis
-Katie Glick, business development manager, Ice Miller LLP; Columbus
-Dr. Terri Jett, professor of political science and faculty director of the Butler University Hub for Black Affairs and Community Engagement and senior advisor to the president, Butler University; Indianapolis
-Suzanne M. Light, retired CEO, Kosciusko County Community Foundation; Warsaw
-James M. Macdonald III, managing director and market manager, J.P. Morgan Private Bank; Indianapolis
-Chad Priest, CEO, American Red Cross Indiana Region; Indianapolis
-Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, director, religion, spirituality, and the arts, IUPUI Arts and Humanities; Carmel
-Cheryl Taylor, retired president/CEO, Foellinger Foundation; Fort Wayne
-Adam D. Thies, associate vice president, capital planning and facilities, Indiana University; Bloomington
-Tiffany Tolbert, senior field officer, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Hobart
-The Honorable Jerry Torr, State Representative House District 39, and national account manager, Near North Title Group; Carmel

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