Mike has over 26 years of experience in various corporate healthcare industry roles, but began his career with Eli Lilly and Company, where he spent 19 years spanning multiple roles including Sales, Operations, Sales Management, Market Research, Brand Marketing, National Sales Leadership, and Payer Management. Mike has also served as the National Director of Sales and Marketing for Astral Industries, the Vice President of Business Development for DailyMed Pharmacy, and, most recently, the Senior Director of Account Management for Magellan Health. A long time investor with Scotty’s Brewhouse, Mike is now a minority owner of the restaurant/sports bar and micro-brew chain. He has been involved with multiple volunteer and fundraising activities with The Ronald McDonald House at Riley Hospital for Children and for Jameson Camp, especially in developing a Networking Committee to expand communication about the Camp and build a pipeline of potential donors and utilizers of Camp facilities.
Tania Deng is a Senior Vice President, Commercial Relationship Manager with Huntington Bank. She began her banking career in 1987 after graduating with a B.A. in Economics from Earlham College. After working with First of America Bank and National City Bank in Commercial Lending, Tania joined Huntington Bank in 2013 and she manages a middle market portfolio of over $90 million. In her spare time, Tania is the Treasurer and Board Member of Jameson Camp. She also sits on the Foundation Board for Lutheran Child & Family Services and the Foundation Board of Earlham College and she is Past President of the World Trade Club of Indiana and of the Board of Lutheran Child & Family Services.
Chad Garber provides audit and advisory solutions to financial institutions at BKD and has worked with public and closely held financial institutions of wide-ranging size throughout his career. Chad has experience analyzing loan-loss reserves, mergers and acquisitions, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reporting requirements and integrated audits. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and Indiana CPA Society. Chad received a B.S. in Accounting at Ball State University, attended the AICPA National Banking School at the University of Virginia, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking.
Kara is a Principal with Colliers International Indiana Region. She has been a commercial real estate broker for 13 years and has spent the last 10 years with Colliers. Her main focus is providing corporate real estate services to clients with large scale portfolios. In addition, Kara provides project management services including vendor coordination, furniture selection, IT/Wiring infrastructure, construction administration, and relocation services.
Cheryl has over 25 years of experience in finance and accounting. She is a Client Service Director at RGP and helps companies by providing practical, execution based consulting related to back office operations. Prior to RGP, Cheryl was the VP for Finance & Operations at the International School of Indiana (ISI), the VP for Finance and Assistant Treasurer at Emmis Communications Corporation, and provided CFO services to small start-up and family owned businesses. Cheryl’s leadership experience with both large and small organizations, as well as her accounting and finance background, has helped her in various volunteer positions, including as a member of the Jameson Camp’s Finance Committee and former Board Member and Finance Committee Member of Beth-El Zedeck.
Chuck Hundt is the Chief Accounting Officer at Angie’s List. He joined Angie’s List as Director of Accounting in 2005 and was promoted to Controller in 2007. Prior to joining Angie’s List, Mr. Hundt worked for 8 years at a regional accounting firm, Katz, Sapper & Miller. Mr. Hundt holds a B.S. degree and a Master of Accountancy (MA) from Manchester College.
Crystal has been with FedEx since 1984, holding numerous positions within the sales organization. Currently, she holds the position of Worldwide Account Manager and is responsible for eight accounts with an annual transportation spend of $2.5-$20 MM annually. Her role is to consult, negotiate contracts, develop an operating plan, and execute the plan. She also serves as the FedEx Community Outreach Coordinator for philanthropy giving. Crystal graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a Bachelors in Political Science. She is a proud mother, a member of New Direction Church, and a volunteer. The welfare of children is Crystal’s primary concern.
Doreen Cherry has worked at the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) for fifteen years and is currently the Supply Chain Manager, overseeing the operating procurement function for a municipal entity with a balance sheet/assets valued at more than $2 billion. She has also held the role of Finance Application Manager for the Authority and previously worked in procurement roles at Thomson Consumer Electronics, United Technologies Control Systems, and the Indianapolis Zoo. Ms. Cherry received a bachelor’s degree in marketing and an associate’s degree in commercial computer technology from IUPUI.
Andy Concannon is Chief Investment Officer for Goelzer Investment Management. With over 28 years of investment management and counseling experience, Andy has focused most of his career advising wealthy individuals and families with unique estate planning, domestic and international tax, and or other considerations impacting their investments. Andy graduated cum laude from Ball State University in 1986 with a B.S. degree in Finance, where he qualified for membership in Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society and was named “Outstanding Senior Majoring in Finance.” Andy is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of Indianapolis for which he is a past board member. He has volunteered as a board member for Jameson Camp since 2011 and served as Board President during 2013 – 2014.
Matt is a partner in the Firm’s Tax Group and focuses his practice on state and local tax planning, compliance and controversy. He also advises tax exempt clients (including nonprofit and governmental entities) on a broad range of issues. Matt received his Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from DePauw University in 2006. He then attended law school at Indiana University School of LawIndianapolis, receiving his juris doctorate, summa cum laude, in 2009. During law school, Matt served as a legal intern for Governor Mitch Daniels and for Honorable Sarah Evans Barker. He was a summer clerk with Ice Miller and joined as an associate in 2009.
My philosophy has always been, that to be truly happy you must give more than you get. Recently, as life was rambling on, I felt a strong urge and a need to start giving more. Not just money but time and know how. So, after talking with Chuck (Hundt) and hearing what Jameson camp was all about, I felt this was the perfect match. The camp’s outdoor element helps kids grow and expand and really experience life in nature. For some, experiences they otherwise may not have ever had. I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this board that will help so many kids grow and develop. Initially I would love the opportunity to help develop a savvy marketing plan. A plan that could help drive revenues through increasing camp enrollment, new events and donations/gifting. I also love the future of the leadership and mentor program. These are lost skills with so many of the youth today. Kids that understand how to communicate, and from early on understand emotional intelligence are better equipped for success.
Terry brings more than 10 years’ experience in the insurance industry and is a second generation insurance industry professional within the Property & Casualty Practice at Gregory & Appel Insurance. Terry’s areas of focus are on resorts, property management, manufacturing, contracting and technology operations where he is well versed in enterprise risk management. Prior to joining Gregory & Appel, Terry worked several years within the independent agency realm achieving the title of Vice President where he oversaw sales growth within the Property & Casualty Unit and developed a passion for creating strong client partnerships and fostering advocacy throughout the entire risk management process. He also spent four years as a Product Specialist for Johnson & Johnson. Terry’s dedication to client advocacy stems from his experience as a former Deputy District Attorney in Denver, Colorado. Terry earned his B.A. in Electronic Media from Xavier University and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and holds his Indiana Agents License.
Kim is the Vice President, Customer Success at MOBI where she applies decades of experience in sales and sales management to ensuring that MOBI’s software and services continually meet and exceed its customers’ mobility program needs. Prior to joining MOBI, Kim held a similar role at SaaS-based Salesvue, also based in Indianapolis, and previous to that was regional vice president at CDI Corporation in Philadelphia. Kim lives in Fishers with her husband, two kids, and a Great Dane who thinks she’s a lap dog! In her spare time, Kim enjoys running, cycling and also serving School on Wheels and the ALS Association.
Jeana Jefferson has been a longtime supporter of Jameson Camp, as all three of her sons have participated year after year in summer camp and Youth Leadership. Jefferson works for the State of Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission, auditing and processing liquor license permits for business throughout the state of Indiana. Jeana has also served on Jameson Camp’s Program Committee as Co-Chairman for three years. And this year, Jeana served Jameson Camp as our Database and Family Communications Manager during summer camp season.
Michael A. Moffatt has broad experience in litigating a wide variety of labor and employment matters in federal and state courts, including matters involving: Discrimination and harassment, Wrongful discharge, Non-compete agreements, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective actions. Mike has significant litigation experience including jury trials, bench trials, preliminary injunctions, agency hearings, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) trials, arbitrations and arguing appeals. Mike is a frequent speaker at seminars on employment matters and was the chair of the Labor and Employment Law Update presented by the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum. He is a lecturer on the topic of litigation at the Indiana University School of Business and in the paralegal program at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis.
Kim is Vice President of Development Services, Browning’s initiative to provide real estate consulting services to third party customers. Her responsibilities also include development, financial analysis, mortgage financing, lender coordination and development consulting—all of which she loves almost as dearly as volunteering at rural orphanages in Ghana, an experience that has touched her deeply. Previously, Kim worked for Ernst & Young and served as Board Treasurer and President of Indiana Canine Assistance Network (ICAN) and other organizations including ARC of Indiana, Meals on Wheels, Little Red Door Cancer Agency, Special Olympic Indiana, and the Indianapolis Chapter of Women in Commercial Real Estate. Kim graduated in 1988 with an accounting degree from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and a Masters of Business Administration in 1995, all while gaining a deeper appreciation for Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Karen Schutte is a project manager for The Hagerman Group. She began her construction career in 2005 as in intern with The Hagerman Group. Once Karen joined the Hagerman team full-time upon graduation she spent time in both the estimating department as well as pre-construction, sustainability, and project management. With this variety of experience Karen is able to effectively manage budgets, schedules, quality, sustainability, and ensure a successful project for her clients.
Kathy Spangler is the Assistant Vice President, Retail Center Manager at the Old National Bank retail center located in Avon. Kathy Spangler has been in community banking for nearly 27 years. Outside of the bank, Kathy Spangler is an avid volunteer for Gleaners Food Bank, Avon’s Night Out Against Crime, Westside Professional Women member, Avon Chamber, and Hendricks County Business Women’s Leaders. She is also a member of Jameson Camp’s Women’s Auxiliary volunteer group.
John Sullivan is the Vice President of Global Portfolio Management & Marketing Services at Roche Diabetes Care, Inc. He is responsible for Innovation Strategy, Brand Management, Market Research, Digital Infrastructure & Support, and HCP & Payer Marketing. John joined Roche in 2001 in a business development role with US Diabetes Care team and, in 2003, moved onto the Global team where he has worked in a variety of business development, strategy, product management, and marketing roles leading to his current position. Previously, John has worked at Brightpoint, Inc., Telstreet.com, and Polymer Technology Systems, Inc. John has a BA in Finance from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA in Operations from the University of Minnesota.
Bonnie Woodfork works as a Contracting Consultant in the Contract Strategy & Pricing group within the Finance area of Roche Diabetes Care (RDCI). She is responsible for the strategy and management of third party contractual Agreements with durable medical equipment customers purchasing RDCI products; Health Care Professionals performing training, speaking & consulting services based on RDCI products/programs; and managed care/government agencies reimbursing RDCI for products dispensed to diabetic patients. Bonnie joined Roche in 2000 in an Administrative Specialist role with the Global Diabetes Care team. In 2004 she was promoted and moved on to the US Diabetes Care team where she executed a variety of rebate management, contract strategy, standard procedure establishment and sales coaching tasks which have successfully lead to her current responsibility. Bonnie has a BS in Public Health Administration from Indiana University and an MBA in general business operations from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Matt Zimpfer has been with CNO Financial Group since 1998 and was appointed Executive Vice President and General Counsel in 2008. Zimpfer has served CNO and its business providing advice in diverse areas such as litigation, compliance, market conduct and regulatory affairs, labor and employment, distribution, re-insurance, corporate governance, risk management, and anti-fraud programs. Zimpfer also serves on the board of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, the Association of Life Insurance Counsel, and the Defense Research Institute.