Board of Directors
Director, Pricing and Strategy
IU/Methodist, Nurse Practitioner
Barb actively practices as a nurse practitioner/forensic nurse at IU Health-Methodist Emergency Department. As a clinician she focuses on patients who have experienced any form of interpersonal violence and has performed hundreds of medical forensic exams. She has completed a medical ethics fellowship through the Charles W. Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics and is a member of the IU Health-Methodist Ethics committee. Barb is also a solo attorney in Indianapolis and her practice focus are guardianships and guardian ad litem cases. She is an active member of multiple nursing and legal professional organizations and is the 2016 Indiana Emergency Nurses Association Forensic Chair.
Eli Lilly and Company, Advisor-Policy and Communications
David is the Policy and Communications Advisor for Eli Lilly. In his career he has assisted some of the nation’s largest corporations in developing and implementing legislative/regulatory grass-root campaigns at the local, state and national level; directed crisis management campaigns; managed relationships with national/local third-party organizations; and developed media strategies. He also has regulatory and legislative experience, directing specific accountability for the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Coburn Place Mentor
Life Recovery Center
Carmel Clay Schools
Bank of America, Vice President
Denise is a Vice President, Senior Relationship Manager in Business Banking with the Metro Chicago & Indiana Market at Bank of America. Located in Indianapolis, Denise serves businesses throughout Indiana with a focus on Healthcare. She joined the team at Bank of America in June, 2015. Denise has over 16 years of experience in banking. Prior to her career with Bank of America, she worked with JPMorgan Chase in New York as Manager of their Business Development Group’s East Coast Market. Following her move to Indiana she continued to work for JPMorgan Chase as a VP Banker for the Government and Not for Profit Group. Denise has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Adelphi University in Garden City, NY.
Clifton Larson Allen
Director, Controller Business Operations
Field Sales Leader
Cummins Inc., Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary
Terry been with Cummins, Inc. since 2011. He is a member of the law department leadership team responsible for providing legal advice to most of the corporate functions of the company including tax, treasury, and supply chain. Terry oversees a team of legal professionals responsible for providing legal advice on all issues in the areas of trade compliance, data privacy, purchasing, real estate an environmental. Before Cummins, Terry served as an attorney with Bingham McHale and prior to that, was chief executive officer of the Public Employees’ Retirement Fund of Indiana, the state’s largest retirement system.
Board Vice President
United Technologies, Senior Human Resources Manager
Tracey McCoy is a skilled senior leader with over 20 years of experience in the human resources field. Tracey has spent most of her career in the manufacturing industry partnering with senior executives and managers to carry out people strategies, develop positive employee relations and hire top talent. In 2014, Tracey joined the Residential HVAC business for United Technologies-Carrier Corporation and currently serves as the Senior Human Resources Manager for the finance, sales, marketing and supply chain functions in Indianapolis. Tracey also oversees the human resources function for three distribution facilities in Tennessee and Colorado.
Ice Miller LLP
Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Partner
Bill is a partner in the Litigation Department of Barnes & Thornburg LLP. He represents clients in product liability and toxic torts, premises liability, insurance coverage and procurement claims, and a variety of commercial claims. More recently, his practice has included complex litigation involving the defense of toxic tort personal injury lawsuits and commercial cases involving claims of product defects or non-performance. Bill received his B.A. magna cum laude from Wabash College and J.D. cum laude from Indiana University – Bloomington. He is a long-time member of the board of directors for the Julian Center and handles pro bono family law cases for battered women.
Children and Family Services Corp., President and Chief Executive Officer
Since 2007 T. Lynne Rump has served as President and CEO of Children & Family Services, parent organization of Hope’s Voice, provider of prevention, advocacy and support services to victims of domestic and sexual violence in Knox and surrounding counties. Lynne was elected to the ICADV board in 2015 as one of two provider representatives. She also serves on the board of directors for three state associations that further industry standards and growth for adolescent residential treatment and foster care, domestic violence and sexual assault, and substance abuse prevention
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Central Indiana
SVP and CHRO
Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
ICADV works for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence – until the violence ends.
ICADV pursues a vision where all people engage in healthy relationships characterized by the mutual sharing of resources, responsibilities and affection; where youth are nurtured with those expectations; and where all people are supported within a society committed to equality in relationships and equity in opportunity as fundamental human rights.
ICADV believes that violence is endemic to our society. We believe patriarchal values and attitudes support and perpetuate violence and we seek to confront the roots of that violence within ourselves and within larger economic, social, and political systems.
- We believe in the right of all persons to live without fear, oppression, or sexual, emotional, or physical abuse.
- We believe domestic violence is the use of force or threat to achieve and maintain control over others in personal relationships.
- We believe domestic violence is preventable.
- We believe batterers should be held accountable for their actions.
- We believe in inclusiveness and respect for diversity.
- We believe in the empowerment of individuals to achieve self-determination.
- We believe the elimination of domestic violence is best achieved by using a multi-faceted approach.
- We believe that while the majority of victims of domestic violence are women and children, everyone is affected by it and the solution involves everyone.
- We are committed to the ideas and practices of a supportive, non-competitive atmosphere within ICADV, which fosters open communications, respect, and cooperation among all members of the coalition.