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4/17/2019 Member News

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana Welcomes New Board Members

Stephanie Smithey of Greenwood was recently appointed to Girl Scouts of Central Indiana's board of directors. Smithey will serve as first vice chair. 




Girl Scouts of Central Indiana recently welcomed the organization’s 2019 board of directors. Vandana Kapur will serve as chair, Stephanie Smithey will serve as first vice chair, Monica Brownewill Smith will serve as second vice chair, Beth Forman will serve as treasurer and Jo Lynn Garing will serve as secretary.

Members-at-large include Paul Ainslie, Josephine Biggers, Rebecca Carl, Julie Carson, Jean Caster, Kim Dodson, Arlissa Dumas, Krystal Fleegers, Rachel Hazaray, Vandana Kapur, Camishe Nunley, Jennifer Pittman, Michele Richey, and Kim Schwieterman.

Paul Ainslie is the former director of Purdue University’s I-STEM Resource Network and currently resides in Indianapolis.
Josephine Biggers is vice president of finance and administration with CountryMark and resides in Carmel.
Monica Brownewell Smith is counsel at Barnes & Thornburg and resides in Brownsburg.
Rebecca Carl is associate vice president for engagement at Indiana University and resides in Indianapolis.
Julie Carson is assistant vice president and treasury solutions analyst for Global Commercial Banking with Bank of America and resides in Indianapolis.
Jean Caster is project leader for the Healthy Indiana Program and director of Anthem, Inc. and resides in Greenfield.
Kim Dodson is executive director of The Arc of Indiana and resides in Westfield.
Arlissa Dumas is a high school student and Girl Scout residing in Indianapolis.
Krystal Fleeger is quality control team leader at Eli Lilly & Company and resides in McCordsville.
Beth Foreman is senior manager at Deloitte & Touche LLP and resides in Fishers.
Jo Lynn Garing is manager of group communications with Roche Diagnostics and resides in Indianapolis.
Rachel Hazaray is manager and assistant general counsel with Subaru of Indiana Automotive and resides in Lafayette.
Vandana Kapur is chief financial officer with the Indy Chamber residing in Carmel.
Camishe Nunley is a licensed mental health counselor with Healing Your Hidden Hurts and resides in Indianapolis.
Jennifer Pittman is AVP of community affairs with One America and resides in Indianapolis.
Michele Richey is counsel with Honda North America, Inc. and resides in Greensburg.
Kim Schwieterman is vice president of sales and marketing with TwinMed and resides in Indianapolis.

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