Board of Directors
Board Secretary Daniel C. Appel
President, Gregory & Appel Insurance
Dan Appel is the fourth-generation member of his family associated with the Indianapolis insurance agency of Gregory & Appel. He oversees some of the agency’s largest accounts, drawing on his extensive understanding of insurance and risk management. Dan is widely respected for his considerable community involvement with organizations such as Noble of Indiana and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. A Certified Insurance Counselor, Dan holds an Indiana Agents License. He earned his B.S. in finance from Indiana University.
President, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership
Moira Carlstedt has served as President of INHP since 1998. Before joining INHP, Carlstedt spent two years as the Director of the Department of Metropolitan Development for the City of Indianapolis. Prior to that, she worked for 10 years in the real estate industry and for four years in the banking industry. Carlstedt has a bachelor of arts degree from Bradley University. She also has been a Fannie Mae Fellow at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Carlstedt is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, the Super Bowl Housing Legacy Inc., Develop Indy, Rebuilding Together, Meadows Community Foundation, and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation.
Board Treasurer Jeffrey Good
Managing Director for Milestone Advisors, LLC.
As a leader of Milestone Advisors since 2004, Good has helped expand the company from 4 to 25 employees. The organization works with entrepreneurial companies seeking to grow their organization. Prior to joining Milestone, Good held a variety of business management positions including being an auditor for Ernst & Young LLP, and Executive Vice President with USA Group, Inc.
A 1984 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Good is a member of the Indiana CPA Society and a board member for the Indiana Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth. Jeff also has served as Treasurer and Chairman of the Finance Committee for the Indianapolis Civic Theatre.
Anita J. Harden
Retired President, Community Hospital East
Anita Harden has attained many awards and honors including the “Sagamore of the Wabash” for her work as a loaned executive to Governor Evan Bayh's office and she was inducted into the Indianapolis Public Schools Alumni Hall of Fame. Anita serves on the Board of the Indianapolis Private Industry Council (IPIC). She is a past president of the Marion County Mental Health Association. She is also on the boards of the Hispanic Center, Indianapolis Zoological Society, La Plaza and Jackson-Peoples Living Center. She generously volunteers her time with medical mission work, where she has served in Haiti, Cuba and Vietnam. A registered nursing graduate of Indiana University, she also received a master's in nursing and an MBA from IU. Prior to joining Community Health Network, Anita taught at the IU School of Nursing.
Vice President of Human Resources at Wishard Health Services
Christia Hicks began her career at Wishard in 1999. During that time, she has served as a Physical Therapist, Administrator of Lockefield Village Health and Rehabilitation Center, Manager of the OB/GYN Clinic, and most recently, Administrative Director of the Regenstrief Specialty Clinics. Originally from Rockford, Illinois, Hicks is a 1995 graduate of Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, where she earned a degree in biology. Two years later, she completed graduate studies in physical therapy at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Most recently, Hicks completed a master's degree in business administration at Indiana Wesleyan University. Ms. Hicks is professionally involved in a number of partner and community organizations including United Way of Central Indiana, the Indiana Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, The Links Incorporated, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
President and CEO of LDI, Ltd.
J.A. Lacy serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of LDI, Ltd. a century old holding company invested in global logistics, distribution and manufacturing businesses. A native of Indianapolis, Lacy volunteers at various local charities and has served as a director for the Central Indiana Women's Fund, YMCA and United Way. Lacy earned a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Chicago and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Retired Senior Vice President of Enterprise Risk Management and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Eli Lilly and Co.
Prior to joining Eli Lilly, Anne Nobles was an attorney at the law firm of Bose, McKinney &Evans LLP, Indianapolis. She has held several positions for the state of Indiana, including securities commissioner and executive assistant to the governor for fiscal policy. She has served on a number of state and local commissions and not-for-profit boards, including being appointed as the first chairwomen of the Indiana Commission for Women and past chair of the advisory board of the Salvation Army of Indiana. Anne is also a member of the board of directors of the National Urban League, the Women’s Leadership Board of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and a member of the Committee of 200.
CEO, Monarch Beverage
Phillip Terry has been CEO of Monarch Beverage Company, EF Transit, Inc., and Vision Concepts, LLC since 1991. Prior to joining Monarch, Terry was a partner at McHale, Cook & Welch, P.C. Terry has a bachelor of arts degree and a doctor of law degree from Indiana University. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Wheaton World Wide Moving, Inc., the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
Member at The Whitsett Group, LLC
Joseph Whitsett is the founder of The Whitsett Group, LLC, a full-service real estate development company in Indianapolis. Prior to forming The Whitsett Group, Whitsett worked as a partner at Ice Miller in its tax group. Whitsett is recognized as a champion of the affordable housing movement in Indianapolis and has been instrumental in creating housing options for senior citizens on a fixed income. He has advised numerous not for profits throughout the city on providing affordable housing in their communities to meet local needs. Whitsett was a co-chair of the Super Bowl 2012 Legacy Housing Committee and serves on the Board of Directors for both the John H. Boner Community Center, Inc. and Canopy, Inc.
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