INDIANAPOLIS – (March 28, 2013) Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB) is proud to welcome Christine Woodward-Duncan as the new vice president of programs.
Woodward-Duncan most recently served on the board of Directors for KIB for the last two years as the vice-chair of programming, and led a private consulting business in Indianapolis. She also spent more than 20 years as senior vice president/market manager at Emmis Communications, and has held numerous board positions with local nonprofits; including the Lacy Leadership Association and the Indianapolis Zoo.
“KIB is lucky to have Chris leading KIB’s program efforts,” said David Forsell, KIB president. “She brings years of civic and professional involvement in Indy, and her passion for our mission truly works toward our efforts of helping people and nature thrive. Her strategic approach, thoughtful methodology and rich management experience will be an asset to KIB as we help neighbors create vibrant places in Indianapolis.”
Emily Wood and Heather Maurer also join the KIB family. Wood will be serving as a project manager overseeing the implementation of KIB’s IPL Project GreenSpace program, and Maurer will lead KIB’s youth initiatives through our KIB Clubs program. Additional information on our staff can be found at www.kibi.org/kib_staff_and_board_members.
About Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. (KIB)
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization with a mission to engage diverse communities to create vibrant public places, helping people and nature thrive. In 2012, KIB worked with more than 30,000 volunteers on over 600 community projects. To learn more, visit www.kibi.org, or follow us on Twitter @kibiorg and like us on Facebook @kibiorg.