FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Indianapolis Urban League Announces New Board Officers and Directors
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, January 27, 2020 – The Indianapolis Urban League is pleased to announce the election of new Board Officers for 2020-2021 including Maria Wiley, CFE as Chair, Deon Levingston as Vice Chair, Philip L. Johnson as Treasurer, Fred Payne as Secretary, and Willie Roper as Immediate Past Chair. The new officer term is effective January 1, 2020, and runs through December 31, 2020.
In addition, the Indianapolis Urban League Board of Directors has elected eleven new directors who will serve their first two-year term beginning January 1, 2020.
- Tatiana Holifield-Arthur, VP/Head of Digital Strategy, Pacers Sports & Entertainment
- Toni Hickey, Deputy General Counsel & Chief IP Counsel, Cummins, Inc.
- Michael Huber, President & CEO, Indy Chamber
- Kai Johnson, Manager, Community Partnerships, Salesforce
- Jennifer Lawatsch, Group HR Manager, Enterprise Holdings
- Robert L. Manuel, President, University of Indianapolis
- DuJuan McCoy, Owner, President & CEO, Circle City Broadcasting
- Dennis Mullins, Sr. Vice President Supply Chain Operations, Indiana University Health
- Kevin O’Toole, President & CEO, Managed Health Service (MHS)
- Adrienne Sims, PsyD, Vice President, Talent Management, One America
- Weylin Stewart, Sr. Manager of Sales & Marketing, UPS Ohio Valley
“We are pleased to welcome these talented, exceptional leaders as they help shape and guide our next 50 years of dedicated community service,” said Tony Mason, president & CEO of the Indianapolis Urban League.
Robert L. Manuel
Adrienne Sims, PsyD
Contact: Kim Teague
About the Indianapolis Urban League
Founded in 1965, the Indianapolis Urban League (IUL) is a nonprofit, non-partisan, interracial, community-based, human services agency dedicated to assisting African-Americans, other minorities and disadvantaged individuals to achieve social and economic equality. Annually the IUL provides direct services and advocacy in the areas of: education and youth services, economic and workforce development, health and quality of life, civic engagement and leadership, and civil rights and racial justice empowerment. IUL is one of 90 affiliates of the National Urban League serving 300 communities in 36 states and the District of Columbia. For more information visit indplsul.org