The University of Indianapolis has announced three additions to its board of trustees. They include a retired vice president of a major beer company, a retired banking group executive and the chief financial officer of a food company. October 25, 2013
Three business and community leaders have joined the University of Indianapolis Board of Trustees.
Gregory Corsaro is general counsel and chief financial officer for Indianapolis-based IF&P Foods. He is an Indianapolis resident and graduate of Indiana State University and Indiana University School of Law.
Ronald Strain is retired as treasurer and vice president of finance for Miller Brewing Co. in Milwaukee. He is a graduate of the University of Indianapolis and lives in Naples, Fla.
Laura Strain is retired as senior vice president for marketing and public relations with U. S. Bank East Group. She attended the University of Indianapolis and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and lives in Naples, Fla.
The University of Indianapolis is a private, comprehensive institution of higher education founded in 1902, with a home campus of 5,400 students and partnership sites around the world. UIndy offers a strong liberal arts foundation along with cutting-edge business and professional preparation in a close-knit community that enjoys the opportunities and amenities of a major city. The university’s challenging undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs include nationally ranked offerings in the health sciences. Its mission is to prepare graduates for responsible and articulate membership in society and for excellence and leadership in their professional and personal lives.Source: University of Indianapolis