Posts Tagged ‘Brent Kent’

Nonprofit Elects Two New Board Members

Nonprofit Indiana Connected By 25 elects two new board members.  Megan Robertson and Dan Larner join the organization’s Board of Directors. The Board is comprised of leaders from the nonprofit, business, legal and academic communities of Indiana. Megan Robertson is the President and Owner of FrontRunner Strategies, a political consulting and issue advocacy firm.  She…

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Monnett hired as director of advancement

Indiana Connected By 25 has hired Scott D. Monnett.  He will serve as the new director of advancement.  Monnett has more than 15 years of experience.  He has worked in fundraising, community relations, annual giving, partnership engagement and organization development. Prior to taking the role at the nonprofit serving foster youth, Monnett worked in the…

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Tamika Catchings to keynote event

Indiana Connected By 25 is pleased to announce that four-time Olympic Gold Medal Winner, WNBA Champion and MVP Tamika Catchings will give an inspiring keynote speech at an evening benefiting foster youth. The event is scheduled for Thursday, June 8, and will raise funds for the nonprofit’s programs. Catchings Helps Foster Youth “Indiana Connected By…

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Indiana nonprofit applauds bill signings

Nonprofit Indiana Connected By 25 praises Governor Eric Holcomb’s signing of two measures that will have dramatic effects on Indiana foster youth.  Senate Enrolled Act 366 (Driver’s Licenses for Foster Youth) and Senate Enrolled Act 497 (Medicaid for Former Foster Youth) were both signed by the Governor late Friday afternoon. The first measure allows teenagers in…

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General Assembly Could Pass Foster Youth Bills

Two bills that would have dramatic impact on Indiana foster youth are closer to becoming law this Indiana General Assembly session. General Assembly Considers SB 366 Senate Bill 366 (Driver’s Licenses for Foster Youth) allows teenagers in foster care to obtain a driver’s license. The bill also waives BMV fees, permits foster youth to take…

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