Diana Caldwell, President and CEO of Amplified Sciences, LLC, Indianapolis, IN
Diana is an accomplished and recognized life science business leader with over 25 years of business experience. As President and CEO of Amplified Sciences, LLC, a comprehensive life science product development consulting services company, she oversees all business operations, business development, legal, and financial functions. As the proud parent of a child with disabilities, Diana welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the success of EGTI.
April Pyatt, Partner, Ice Miller, LLP, Indianapolis, IN
April’s practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including acquisition, disposition, development, redevelopment, leasing, financing, operation and management of office, industrial, multi-family and retail projects across the United States.
Dan Stewart, Retired Arc Executive
Dan has worked in the rehabilitation field for 48 years recently retiring as the President/CEO of Achieva Resources Corporation. He was a member of the Indiana State Rehabilitation Commission for 10-years serving as Chairman twice. He was active on the National Council of Executives of The Arc serving on their Board for 6 years. He started the Wayne County Guardianship Program serving over 106 people with disabilities for 10 counties. His expertise in working with people with disabilities will be an asset to the Foundation.
Jennifer Schrier, Director of Finance and Systems, Central Indiana Community Foundation, Indianapolis, IN
Jennifer oversees the day-to-day administration of CICF’s investments and information technology systems. A licensed CPA, Jennifer has a wealth of experience working with nonprofits. She was an auditor of nonprofit organizations with BKD, LLP for nine years and a controller for the Indianapolis Museum of Art for 2.5 years prior to joining CICF.
James M. Hammond, III, Retired Business Executive
Jim brings insight to the field of disability services with decades of experience and commitment to Indiana’s citizens with disabilities. He worked at community-based nonprofits until he was recruited by INARF (Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities), where he recently retired as President and CEO after 34 years.
Jeffrey Huffman, Director of Business Development, American Health and Wellness Group, Indianapolis, IN
Jeff was raised in a family business that owned and operated three restaurants and learned the business from the ground up. Having a son born with Down syndrome gave him the opportunity to get involved in the disability community on the local, state and national levels. Jeff has had leadership positions in both for profit and not for profit organizations and is now The Director of Business Development for American Health and Wellness Group in Indianapolis.
Cody Mullen, Network Development Coordinator, Indiana Rural Health Association, Terre Haute, IN
Cody is a valued team member of IRHA which works to enhance the health and well-being of rural Hoosiers through leadership, education, advocacy, collaboration, and resource development. In addition, he is an Adjunct Faculty at Ivy Tech Community College and a doctoral candidate at IUPUI in Health Policy and Management.
Jared Quarles, Assistant Executive Director, Future Choices, Inc., Muncie, IN
Jared was inspired by a passion to create opportunities for minorities and people with disabilities to enjoy a full-fledged life of independence in an integrated and safe community. He also coaches AAU Basketball and has helped multiple players reach the NBA.