A 2015 UIndy grad is drawing attention with his campaign to provide support for breast cancer patients.
Colin Bowles, who majored in Communication/Electronic Media, is a sportscaster at Lafayette’s WLFI-TV. In honor of his mother, who died of breast cancer in 2014, he has formed a team for next Saturday’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and is building an organization called My Eyes Are Up Here.
The group will raise money for the Indiana Women in Need Foundation, which helps women and men with breast cancer by paying for important non-medical services, such as child care, home maintenance, meal preparation and fitness classes.
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Amber Van Til, who earned her Political Science degree at UIndy, has been named president of the Indiana Bankers Association and designated to replace the current CEO when he retires next year. She is the first woman to hold either title.
Val Til joined the banking industry advocacy group in 2002 and recently was serving as executive vice president. Read more in the Indianapolis Business Journal.