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Governance

The Board of Trustees has governing authority over the affairs of Girls Inc. They ensure the Mission of the organization is upheld and create new policies to best fit the needs of girls in Monroe County.  The Board selects the Executive director, the mission and purpose of the organization, and advocates for the rights of Monroe County girls. They are an integral part of Girls Inc. that keeps girls in the county prepared for the future and able to combat gender, economic, and social barriers.

Meet our Board of Trustees!

                                                  Girls Incorporated of Monroe County Board of Trustees Board:

Members may serve two consecutive terms of three years each. Year following name is end of term; 1st or 2nd designates first or second term.

President

CATHERINE MATTHEWS

-Asst. Dean of Students, IU Maurer School of Law 

Treasurer

JONATHAN APGAR

Apgar Consulting, Inc.  

LAURA BAICH

-Director of Marketing, WTIU/WFIU 

TAYLOR ERIKSON

-Edgewood Junior High School 

STEVE FORTUNE

-Financial Advisor,Edward Jones  

KATE FRANK

-Vice President, SCI REMC

Vice President

JENNIFER PRUSAK

Nonprofit Legal Clinic Dir., IU Maurer School of Law 

Secretary

MEGAN ROTHROCK

ANGELA MARTIN

Consultant, ConvergEx Group

AMANDA MISKEWYCZ

-Franchise Owner, WelcomeMat Services

SARAH NAGY

-Senior Associate Director, IU First Year Experience

Board of Trustees Role and Responsibilities: 

  • To build girls’ capacity for responsible and confident adulthood, economic independence and personal fulfillment.
  • To enable girls to pursue careers that will provide them with economic autonomy; and to enable them to integrate a rewarding career into their lives as women and as family members.
  • To enable girls to exercise personal and collective power effectively and responsibly; and to enable them to analyze and contribute to positive change in the community, nation, and world.
  • To enable girls to compete and cooperate with confidence, to take physical risks, and to master a range of physical skills.
  • To enable girls to conquer life’s basic challenges in areas both traditional and nontraditional for women; and to prepare them to function independently today and in the future.
Any adult may be elected to membership of the Board of Trustees who is in sympathy with the organization’s purposes and is willing to help in its promotion. Election to the membership will be by majority of the members of the Corporation present at any regularly scheduled board meeting. Trustees are elected for a term of three years. No trustee (except for President Emeritus) shall serve more than two (2) consecutive terms, and shall not be eligible again for election to the Board until after a lapse of one year.

Apply to be  a Girls Inc. Trustee

Download the following link and send it to Girls Inc. of Monroe County to be considered for the Board of Trustees.