Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis Announces Board of Directors
Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis, a charitable women’s giving circle, has named its 2018-2019 board members, including 17 incumbent members and seven new board members. Terry Mumford, retired partner from Ice Miller, will continue to serve as president of the board.
New board members include:
• Elizabeth "Lizzie" Conkle (pictured), assistant director of development at the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.
• Melina Kennedy (pictured), general manager at Cummins Inc.
• Barb Maurath, philanthropist and founding member of Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis
• Julianne Robinson, proprietor of Nicky Blaine's Cocktail Lounge
• Maureen Shiel, curatorial associate at iMOCA
• Donna Stutler, development director for Damar Services Inc.
• Roberta Ziccarelli, pharmacist and clinical content specialist for Wolters Kluwer
Incumbent board members include:
• President: Terry Mumford, retired partner at Ice Miller
• Vice President: Karen Holly, director of operations for the Marion County Health Department
• Treasurer: Kelly Perry, CPA, Watermark Group
• Secretary: Kristin Hyde, manager of communications and grants administration for Eskenazi Health Foundation
• Laura Dahlem, speech/language pathologist
• Kellie Earl Leeper, director of communications & development at Ascent 121
• Roberta Jaggers, president of the Indianapolis Public Library Foundation
• Paula Katz, manager, Samuel Levi Jones Studio
• Debi Ladyman, retired, national industry partner of BKD National Not-for-Profit, Higher Education and Government Groups
• Megan McGuire, CEO of Ascent 121
• Bev Middaugh, CEO of Bright Ideas
• Jenna Spurrier, investment advisor/charter retirement plan specialist at Thurston Springer Miller Herd & Titak
• Larissa Warne, development and marketing coordinator at Brooke's Place
• Charlitta Winston, philanthropy officer, Newfields
• Board Member Emerita (non-voting): Donna Oklak, philanthropist
• Immediate Past President (non-voting): Beth Thomas, philanthropist
To date, 16 local nonprofits have received $100,000 and 38 have received residual grants as a result of Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis’ collective giving. Previous change-makers include: Brookside Community Development Corporation and Trinity Episcopal Church (2018); Volunteers of America of Indiana and Kentucky Fresh Start Recovery Center (2017); The IMPACT Program to Curb Runaway and Human Trafficking of Young Girls/Ascent 121 and Lutheran Child and Family Services (2016); Indianapolis Parks Foundation for Indy Urban Acres Flower Farm (2015); LifeSmart Youth (formerly known as Social Health Association of Indiana) (2014); Tindley Collegiate (2013); Jameson Camp, Inc. (2012); Outside the Box, Inc. (2011); Rock Steady Boxing (2010); Outreach, Inc. (2009); Herron High School and Horizon House (2008); Indy Reads and Craine House/Fairbanks (2007) and Eskenazi Health Center Pecar (2006).
Women may join Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis by making an individual membership donation of $1,000. Shared memberships are also available for small groups of women who wish to pool their money together for the $1,000 donation. These funds are used exclusively for the purpose of grant making.