In the news: Alumni make marks in community
UIndy alumni are always finding new ways to contribute to their professions and to the welfare of the community in general. Here are just a few recent examples:
The Rev. David Hampton, who earned his Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement degree in 1994, has been named deputy mayor of neighborhood engagement by newly elected Mayor Joe Hogsett.
Amber Van Til, who earned her Political Science degree in 1999, was named 2015 Association Professional of the Year by the Indiana Society of Association Executives. She is executive vice president of the Indiana Bankers Association. Read more here.
Vincent Kinkade, who earned his MBA in 1995, has been named director of culinary job training at Second Helpings, central Indiana’s acclaimed food rescue, hunger relief and culinary job training organization in central Indiana. Read more here.