The Economic Club of Indiana has selected officers for the 2017-2018 season and welcomes three incoming board members.
The club’s new roster of officers includes Claire Fiddian-Green (pictured), president (president & CEO, Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation); Nasser Paydar (pictured), vice president (chancellor, IUPUI); John Mead, secretary/COO (attorney, Leeuw Oberlies & Campbell, P.C.); Korlon Kilpatrick (director of regulatory affairs, Citizens Energy Group) and Michael Kaufmann, program chair (vice president of civic investment, Eskenazi Health).
The Economic Club of Indiana also welcomed three new members to its board of governors for a three-year term: Carole Casto (vice president of communications, Cummins); Amanda Leet (vice president of marketing, Salesforce) and Brad Schwer (partner-in-charge, Taft). Immediate past president David Johnson (president and CEO, CICP) will serve another three-year term as a member of the board.
Additionally, four board members were nominated to renewed terms of service. They include: Theodore Boehm (partner, Hoover Hull Turner LLP); Deborah Daniels (managing partner Krieg DeVault LLP); Michael Miller (principal; Centerfield Capital Partners) and Tarra Ryker (vice president, global communications, Eli Lilly and Co.)
For more than 40 years, the Economic Club of Indiana has been bringing together established and emerging leaders to discuss important social and economic issues that impact our economy. Monthly luncheons invite participants to gain insight from key public figures from a variety of backgrounds while further challenging them to shape our community in their own ways.
Through a partnership with WFYI Public Media — Indiana’s flagship NPR and PBS member station — The Economic Club of Indiana’s presentations are recorded by WFYI Public Radio and broadcast the first Saturday of each month. The programs are also available as an audio podcast at wfyi.org. The Economic Club of Indiana season is supported in part by the Lumina Foundation.