Our Staff

  • Laura Berry
    Laura Berry Executive Director
  • Jocelyn Alday
    Jocelyn Alday Staff Attorney
  • Zachary Anderson
    Zachary Anderson Evaluation & Program Planning Coordinator
  • Brooklyn Arizmendi
    Brooklyn Arizmendi Youth Program Coordinator
  • Kerry Hyatt Bennett
    Kerry Hyatt Bennett Legal Counsel

  • Nicole Blackburn
    Nicole Blackburn Training Coordinator
  • Caryn Burton
    Caryn Burton Homicide Reduction Coordinator
  • Nupur Chandna
    Nupur Chandna Legal Consultant
  • Emily Dant
    Emily Dant Grants & Development Assistant
  • Sarah Dunn
    Sarah Dunn Volunteer
  • Kelly Grey
    Kelly Grey Operations Coordinator
  • Timike Jones
    Timike Jones Program Services Director
  • Julia Kathary
    Julia Kathary Development Director
  • Devin Kimmel
    Devin Kimmel Administrative Assistant
  • Jessica Marcum
    Jessica Marcum Associate Director
  • Maggie Moore
    Maggie Moore Communication Coordinator
  • Terri Noone
    Terri Noone Technical Assistance Coordinator
  • Suzanne O’Malley
    Suzanne O’Malley Project Coordinator
  • Stephanie Solomon
    Stephanie Solomon DELTA Coordinator
  • Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams
    Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams Prevention Specialist
  • Colleen Yeakle
    Colleen Yeakle Director of Evaluation
  • Erika Young
    Erika Young Housing Program Manager

Board of Directors

Aylin Bartlett

*Board Chair, Risk Management, Board Governance, Development Committee, Personnel Committee, Resource Committee

Corteva Agriscience, Vice President – Crop Protection Supply Chain

Aylin directs a global enterprise of more than 350 employees located in 25 countries spanning North America, South America, Europe and Asia. She is responsible for the endto-end Crop Protection Supply Chain, including supply chain planning (short and long term), product distribution and logistics networks of a $7 billion business, including final product shipment and delivery to Corteva’s customers around the world.

A critical part of Aylin’s global organization is the Global Supply Chain Innovation Center, which has accountability for operational information technology (IT) systems and work processes, including supply chain design, data analytics, supply chain resiliency and supply chain improvement.

After earning her bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 1990, Aylin joined the Dow Chemical Company and held various roles in manufacturing; capital project management and environmental, health and safety before taking a leadership position in Supply Chain. (The Dow Chemical Company merged with DuPont in 2017 and spun off its agriculture business as the stand-alone company Corteva Agriscience in 2019.)

Early in her Supply Chain career, Aylin provided global planning expertise across a broad portfolio of agriculture crop protection products and led organizational change management and strategy for North America. Later named Global Seeds Supply Chain Director, she drove simplification and optimization across the business’ seeds supply chain and order-to-cash work processes. During the DowDuPont merger, Aylin took on additional responsibilities for coordinating and planning actions surrounding the merger across all Integrated Operations for the Agriculture Division.

In addition to her work at Corteva, Aylin previously served on the board of directors and led the risk management committee for the Indianapolis-based Starfish Initiative™, a not-for-profit organization that inspires, encourages and prepares promising economically disadvantaged students for college and career success through one-on-one mentoring, serving high-potential, yet vulnerable, teens in central Indiana.

David Bear

*Board Resource Committee, Board Governance

Before retiring in 2020, David 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.

Currently, David and his wife Amy split their time between Indianapolis and their home in Jacksonville, FL.

Laura Berry

Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Executive Director

Eric Davis, PhD, LCSW, LCAC, ICGC-II

*BIPOC Committee, Member Representative

Eric L. Davis, Ph.D., LCSW, LCAC is the co-founder and Executive Director of Life Recovery Center in Indianapolis, IN. He is the Chair of Mental Health America of Indiana’s Board of Directors and the Immediate Past President of ICAADA. He also teaches at Indiana University and the University of Indianapolis.

Laurie Dippold

*Board Secretary, Risk Management, Board Governance

KAR Global, Vice President – Communications & Content Marketing

Tiffany Etter

Director, Indiana Medicaid Plan Marketing, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

Stephanie Glover, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P

*BIPOC Committee

Center of Hope, Clinical Program Manager

Stephanie Glover is a Registered Nurse, a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and the Clinical Program Manager for the Ascension St. Vincent and Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital Center of Hope Forensic Nursing Team.   Stephanie has been practicing forensic nursing for over 13 years and has worked in healthcare for over 25 years with nine of those years in the United States Army Reserves.  Stephanie has performed hundreds of medical forensic examinations, is dedicated to providing trauma-informed care to survivors and help bridge the gap between nursing science and the legal system.

Susan Grafton, CPA

*Finance Committee

Clifton Larson Allen, Director – Controller Business Operations

Madhup Gupta

*Finance Committee

Emerson, Vice President of Corporate Development

Madhup is a VP Corporate Development at Emerson. In this role, Madhup collaborates with corporate and segment leaders to execute inorganic growth, M&A deals & portfolio optimization. Madhup has 15+ years of experience spanning across investment banking, corporate finance, consulting and in-house corporate development. Prior to Emerson, Madhup worked at Hillenbrand for five years as Director of Corporate Development & Strategy and spent three years providing independent advisory and consulting services to diverse clients in the Greater Chicago area. Madhup’s experience also includes working at global investment banks like Credit Suisse and Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York and Chicago. Madhup has a Bachelors of Technology (B.Tech) degree in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur, India and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance & Investment Management from Yale School of Management, New Haven, CT.

Andre Hernandez

*Board Resource Committee, Events Committee

Allstate Insurance, Field Sales Leader

Elka Jackson

*BIOPOC Committee, Membership Committee

Elka is a Certified Violence Interventionist, Grant Writer, and member of the Executive Directorship Team at the Center for Nonviolence in Fort Wayne. She holds a B.A. in English and Sociology, a B.S. in Secondary Education, and a Master’s degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Critical Literacy Studies, Sociology, and Rhetoric. Elka is a long-time community advocate on behalf of justice and liberation issues in Fort Wayne and has served on the United Way Inclusiveness Cabinet, the United Way Standards Review Team, the It Is Well with My Soul Program Planning Team, the Three Rivers Institute of Afrikan Art and Culture Board of Directors, and was a co-founding member of the Northeast Indiana LGBTQ Coalition. She currently serves on the ICADV Board of Directors and is a member of the People of Afrikan Descent Advisory Group at the Center for Nonviolence, the Allen County Domestic Violence Court Planning Team, the Allen County Health Equity Coalition, and participates in a variety of ICADV initiatives and committees, including the ICADV BIPOC Coalition. In addition to her work at CFN and in the community, Elka teaches African-American Literature and History at Indiana Tech University, Fort Wayne.

Terren Magid, J.D.

*Finance Committee, Board Governance, Board Resource Committee, Risk Management

Executive Director—Global Risk, Cummins Inc.

Terry has served as the Executive Director—Global Risk since October of 2022.  In this role he has executive oversight of Cummins’s Enterprise Risk Management Function, ESG, Enterprise Content Management, and Global Integrated Services which includes real estate and facilities, global security, hospitality, and other functions.

Prior to his current role, Terry served 11 years in the Cummins Legal Function.  Most recently he was a member of the Cummins Legal Leadership team and was Deputy General Counsel—Administration and Assistant General Counsel for the Components Segment.  In these roles, had oversight responsibility for legal support for many of the corporate administrative functions and the business units that make up the Components Segment of Cummins’s business. While in the Legal Function, Terry also had supervisory responsibility for the Asia Pacific Legal team located in Australia and the Philippines.

Terry serves as an Executive Committee member of, and Secretary to, the Cummins Inc. Political Action Committee (CIPAC), sponsorship of the Indianapolis Community Involvement Team (CIT), and leader of the Voting Rights initiative of the CARE Social Justice lane.

Prior to Cummins, Terry held several roles in both the private and public sectors including Eli Lilly and Company where he worked in the Tax department for ten years, Great Lakes Chemical Corporation where he served as the Vice President of Tax, and the Indiana Public Employers Retirement Fund where he served as the Executive Director from 2007 to 2010.

Terry is a member and Past President of the board of directors of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) and a member of the board of directors of Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Media, Inc., (WFYI), the local public radio and television affiliate.

Terry is married to Julie Manning Magid, Executive Associate Dean of the Kelley School of Business of Indiana University, Indianapolis.  He has three, adult sons Max, Zachary, and Leo.

Thomas Mixdorf, JD

*Vice Chair, Executive Committee, Legal Advisory Committee, Bylaws subcommittee

Ice Miller LLP, Partner

Tom Mixdorf is a partner in the Firm’s litigation section. His primary practice area is commercial litigation, including disputes involving supply contracts, antitrust, securities, trade secrets zoning appeals and quiet title actions. He has tried business disputes in state and federal court and has been part of the trial team for many large, document intensive commercial lawsuits.

He is currently the Firm’s pro bono coordinator and a past chair of the Firm’s Professional Development Committee.

His notable experiences include:

  • Representing defendants in antitrust class actions
  • Representing commercial clients in contract disputes, including long-term supply agreement
  • Representing defendants in securities class actions
  • Representing commercial clients in zoning appeals and quiet title actions
  • Representing clients actions involving in trade secrets claims

Tom is a member of the American Bar Association, the Indiana Bar Association and the Indianapolis Bar Association.

He has spoken at seminars on a variety of topics, including the duty of good faith in contracting and class actions.

He received his juris doctor from Indiana University in 1992, summa cum laude, and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Northern Iowa in 1984, graduating with highest honors.

Tiffany Presley

*Risk Management Committee

Barnes & Thornburg, Partner

A former tax attorney who earned a joint MBA and J.D., Tiffany understands the benefits and challenges that come at each supply chain stage – from procurement and the purchase of raw materials to warehouse logistics and creation, to distribution, to the consumer’s end usage. Her goal is to empower and protect her clients by helping them enhance their strengths and find ways to improve on their supply chain weaknesses. Tiffany is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, Indianapolis State Bar Association, Marion County Bar Association and the Economic Club of Indiana. 

Christian Senu

*Risk Management

Managing Director, North America Light Commercial, Carrier Corporation

Katie Shields

*Treasurer, Executive Committee, Finance Committee

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Central Indiana, Chief Financial Officer

Katie has had a career in accounting for 20 years with over 15 years’ of nonprofit accounting experience.  She has experience serving nonprofit organizations in several capacities.  She has served as an auditor, CFO, and consultant with many organizations.  As a nonprofit leader she collaborates with management & boards to prepare financial information that is useful in making strategic business decisions.

Our Mission

ICADV works for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence – until the violence ends.

Our Vision

ICADV  envisions a world 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.

Our Philosophy

ICADV believes violence is preventable. We recognize that disparities in power and privilege perpetuate violence; we seek to confront the roots of violence within ourselves and within larger economic, social, and political systems.

  • We believe in the wisdom of survivors and seek to center their perspectives in our work. We believe that every person has the right to safe, stable and nurturing relationships and environments.
  • We believe that to prevent violence, we need to move from a culture that accepts “power over” to a culture that deeply values shared power.
  • We believe in data driven solutions to lead the implementation of promising practices informed by the voices of survivors, communities and research.
  • We believe that communities should hold people accountable for abusive behavior in ways that foster restoration for survivors and positive change for those who do harm.
  • We believe in the value of diverse perspectives, and the importance of elevating the voices of those who experience structural oppression due to their race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, immigration status, or socioeconomic status.
  • We believe that because the risk and protective factors for intimate partner violence are shared among many public health issues, we will be most effective by taking a holistic approach to prevention that involves a variety of agencies and individuals
  • We believe that everyone is affected by domestic violence and the solution involves everyone. We also recognize that domestic and sexual violence disproportionally occurs against cis and trans women, gender non-conforming individuals, children, people of color and people with disabilities,
  • We are committed to the ideas and practices of a person-first, authentically mission-driven atmosphere within ICADV, which fosters respectful collaboration and innovation.