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Jane E. Schultz

Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: Professor at IUPUI What neighborhood do you live in? Meridian-Kessler What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis? I don’t think there’s one, but among the places I like are the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the wonderful public art and green space along the bike trail that goes over to the Zoo.  I also love what has happened … Read more

Ryan Larcom

Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: Director, Strategy & Innovation at High Alpha What neighborhood do you live in? Old Northside What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis? The visitor’s shelter at the IMA’s Hundred Acres—I love the gentle juxtaposition of a structure amidst the trees.  I find hiking in the woods so peaceful & I’m so grateful that our city has such beautiful … Read more

Jill Palmer

Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: Senior Project Manager, Shrewsberry & Associates What neighborhood do you live in? Irvington What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis? For me, it’s Pleasant Run Parkway. I have spent many hours over many years walking dogs along this corridor, and it never gets boring. How long have you supported Keep Indianapolis Beautiful? I have volunteered since the early … Read more

Danielle Warrenburg

Danielle Warrenburg, representing the Robert & Toni Bader Charitable Foundation What is the most inspiring place in Indianapolis for you? Anywhere in the woods! Why does your foundation support KIB? You help beautify our community. You educate people about nature and our environment. You’ve helped neighborhoods become more enjoyable due to the planting of trees and helping them survive. KIB … Read more

Mary Blackburn

Occupation/Company/Organization/Position: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Certified Nurse Midwife, DNR Tree Steward What neighborhood do you live in? I grew up in suburban Indianapolis and have lived my entire adult life in Meridian Kessler How long have you supported Keep Indianapolis Beautiful? I’ve supported KIB for several years. Why do you support KIB? It’s simple.  I love trees and so does … Read more