Judge Sarah Evans Barker
Appointed as a district court judge by President Reagan in 1984, Judge Barker served as chief judge of the southern district of Indiana from 1994 to 2000. She has served on the Judicial Conference of the United States and several of its committees; as president of the Federal Judges Association; is active on various civic, museum, religious and educational boards; and has received numerous awards, citations and honorary degrees. Judge Barker was honored by Modern Healthcare magazine as "2011 Trustee of the Year" representing not-for-profit healthcare systems.
Maureen Bisognano, MSN
Maureen Bisognano is president emerita and senior fellow for Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI). She previously served as IHI’s president and CEO for five years, after serving as executive vice president and COO for 15 years. A prominent authority on improving healthcare systems, her expertise has been recognized by her elected membership to the National Academy of Medicine. Ms. Bisognano advises healthcare leaders around the world, is a frequent speaker at major healthcare conferences on quality improvement, and is a tireless advocate for change. She is also an instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and a research associate in the Brigham and Women's Hospital Division of Social Medicine and Health Inequalities. She serves on the boards of the Commonwealth Fund, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Catalysis.
J. Scott Davison
Scott Davison is president and CEO of the companies of OneAmerica® He leads OneAmerica’s nationwide network of companies and affiliates. The OneAmerica companies offer a wide variety of products, including retirement plan products and services, individual life insurance, annuities, asset-based long-term care solutions and employee benefits. He is a Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant. Scott serves on the boards of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Sports Corporation, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, LIMRA/LOMA LL Global, Million Dollar Roundtable Foundation and is a trustee of The American College.
Jim Davlin is retired from General Motors where he served as the vice president of Finance and Treasurer. Prior to GM, he worked at Deere & Company as the vice president of Corporate Strategy and Business Development and at Eli Lilly and Company and Procter & Gamble. Mr. Davlin now serves as an advisor for Torreya Partners, and is on the boards of Halite Partners, Wabash College and Menlo College, and the Duke Center for Finance. He earned a JD from Duke University, an MBA from the University of Chicago in finance and marketing, and an AB degree in economics and philosophy from Wabash College.
Tom Easterday joined Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. (SIA) in 1989 as Corporate Counsel, and currently serves as Executive Vice President, Secretary and Chief Legal Officer, and is the first American to be appointed to the Board of Directors of SIA. Tom is active in organizations at the local, state and national levels, including service as a Director of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Automotive Council, Japan-America Society of Indiana, SIA Foundation, Crossroads of America Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He was the recipient of the 2009 Purdue Excellence in Manufacturing Innovation Award and a 2011 Champion of Diversity Award.
Kyle L. Grazier, MS, MPH, DPH
Kyle L. Grazier is the Richard C. Jelinek Endowed Professor of Health Systems Management and Sciences in the Department of Health Management and Policy for the School of Public Health at University of Michigan (UM) and a professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the medical school. She serves on the steering committee of the UM Comprehensive Depression Center and, for 15 years, has chaired the university committees on the design and redesign of health and disability benefits, introducing tiered, salary banded and value based benefit design. She also teaches graduate courses in corporate finance, insurance and payment systems, and teaches advanced case studies in healthcare management. Dr. Grazier holds a master's degree in engineering from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s in public health and a doctorate in administrative sciences from the University of California, Berkeley. She has been on the faculties of Yale University, University of California, Berkeley, and Cornell University.
Jeffrey A. Harrison
Jeffrey Harrison is president and chief executive officer for Citizens Energy Group. He has served in the utility industry over 28 years and has held leadership positions in operations, engineering, facilities management, manufacturing and strategy. Jeffrey serves on numerous boards including 16 Tech Community Corporation, Center for Leadership Development, Indianapolis Zoo, Goodwill Inc., Marian University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, The Nature Conservancy, United Way and YMCA. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an MBA from Indiana University.
Jay L. Hess, MD, Ph.D, MHSA
Jay Hess is dean of the IU School of Medicine and vice president of University Clinical Affairs at Indiana University. A professor of Pathology and Internal Medicine, Dr. Hess is a recognized expert in pathology and the molecular and genetic changes that lead to cancer. He cofounded and chaired the board of Paradigm, and currently serves on a number of boards, including BioCrossroads and the Regenstrief Institute.
Michael A. McRobbie, PhD
Michael McRobbie became Indiana University President on July 1, 2007. A native of Australia, Dr. McRobbie joined IU in 1997 as VP for information technology and chief information officer, assumed responsibilities as VP for research in 2003, and was appointed interim provost and VP for academic affairs for IU-Bloomington in 2006. Dr. McRobbie maintains professorships in several disciplines and, in 2012, was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He currently serves as chair of the board of trustees of Internet2 and as a member of the board of directors of One America Financial Partners. He is a member and former chair of the Big Ten Council of Presidents and Chancellors, and a member of the National Security Higher Education Advisory Board.
Michael J. Mirro, MD, FACC, FACP, FAHA
Dr. Michael Mirro is a senior vice president and chief academic research officer at Parkview Health in Ft. Wayne, director of the Mirro Center for Research and Innovation at Parkview and co-director of the Midwest Alliance for Health Education. A Fellow of the American College of Physicians, American College of Cardiologists, American Heart Association and American College of Chest Physicians, he is active academically as a clinical professor of medicine at Indiana University. Dr. Mirro has more than 40 scientific articles/book chapters to his credit.
Dennis M. Murphy
Dennis Murphy is president and chief executive officer for IU Health. He joined the health system in 2013 as chief operating officer. He came from Northwestern Memorial HealthCare in Chicago, where he served as COO and executive vice president. Prior to that Mr. Murphy was vice president of Ambulatory Services and Financial Planning for University of Chicago Hospitals, and before that held several positions at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Mr. Murphy earned a master of healthcare administration degree from Duke University and a bachelor of arts degree from University of Notre Dame. He serves on several boards including the 500 Festival, Indiana Hospital Association, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, Methodist Health Foundation, Regenstrief Institute, Riley Children’s Foundation, and the Starfish Initiative.
Anne Nobles, MA, JD
Anne Nobles is the chair of the IU Health board of directors. She retired from Eli Lilly and Company after a 22-year career, where she last served as senior vice president of enterprise risk management and chief ethics and compliance officer. She holds a BA and MA in archeology from Harvard University, and a JD from Georgetown University Law School. Nobles is vice chair of the board of directors of Citizens Energy and serves as a trustee of The Nature Conservancy of Indiana. She is a member of the Committee of 200, an invitation-only membership organization of the world’s most successful women business leaders.
Robert A. Palmer
Robert Palmer is a pilot and the owner of IndyJet at Indianapolis Regional Airport in Greenfield, Ind. He is retired after 35 years with FedEx Express, where he served as vice president and general manager of air, ground and freight services. He is president of the Crossroads of America Council, Boy Scouts of America, and serves on the boards of the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Central Indiana and University of Indianapolis. Mr. Palmer also is the board chair for IU Health West Hospital. He’s been awarded the distinguished Eagle Scout Award and the Junior Achievement National Leadership Award.
Larry Stevens, MD
Dr. Larry Stevens is a native Hoosier who began his healthcare career as a volunteer EMT. After graduating from IU School of Medicine, he completed his general surgery residency at IU Health Methodist Hospital and an abdominal transplant surgery fellowship at University of Chicago. His surgical practice includes a subspecialty in advanced minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Stevens has served as president of the IU Health North Hospital medical staff, medical director of perioperative services at IU Health Methodist Hospital, service line leader for general surgery, and most recently, as medical director of quality for IU Health Physicians. He has served on the boards of directors for IU Health North Hospital, IU Health Physicians, Timmy Global Health, the Haitian Academy Clinic & Medical School, and Hearts & Hands for Haiti.
Bishop Julius C. Trimble
Bishop Trimble was assigned bishop of the Indiana Episcopal Area United Methodist Church in July 2016. Prior to that he served eight years as the bishop of the Iowa Conference. Earlier he was ordained a deacon and elder in the Northern Illinois Conference where he served two churches and later served churches in the Cleveland area. He is a graduate of Illinois State University and earned his Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Chicago, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Ashland Theological Seminary in Ohio. Bishop Trimble promotes faith-based response to domestic violence and has encouraged the establishment of mental health ministries. He is an advocate for social justice, faith-based initiatives to address gun violence, as well as immigration reform.