IndyBar Announces Class XIX of the Bar Leader Series

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The Indianapolis Bar Association has selected 21 emerging attorney leaders to participate in its Bar Leader Series. With the goal of preparing talented and diverse early-career lawyers to take their places as both leaders in the legal profession and leaders in addressing needs of the community, the Bar Leader Series is an intensive yearlong leadership development program designed specifically for Indianapolis Bar Association member attorneys in their third to 10th year of practice.

Selected from an impressive pool of applicants, class members will have a unique opportunity to interact with prominent legal and community leaders, develop leadership skills, explore long-term opportunities for leadership and form a lifelong network. In its 19th year, the series is being led by Chris Hickey of Rubin & Levin PC. Class members will also develop and execute a team service project with the support of former Bar Leader Series participants, adding to their skills and network building. This year’s class will kick off at the Bench Bar Conference this June in Louisville.

Those chosen to participate in Bar Leaders Series Class XIX include:

Alexandra Blackwell, Jeselskis Brinkerhoff and Joseph LLC

Molly Broadhead, Hoover Hull Turner LLP

Anthony Carreri, Overturf Fowler LLP

Brigitte Collier, Rhino Transport LLC

Sarah Crosby, Law Office of Sarah Crosby LLC

BreAnna Davis, Frost Brown Todd LLC

BJ Grimes, Carrier Global Corporation

LaToya Highsaw, Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP

Janet Horne, Johnson Jensen LLP

Valerie Johnson, Marion County Prosecutor’s Office

Kate Juerling, Norris Choplin Schroeder LLP

Christopher Kulik, Indiana University Health

Valerie Loya, Hensley Legal Group PC

Claire McRoberts, Indiana University Office of the Vice President and General Counsel

Jessie Meek, Dentons Bingham Greenebaum

Chuck Niblick, Katz Korin Cunningham

Ellen Pactor, Ice Miller LLP

Alejandra Reichard, Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Evan Reinhardt, Indiana Association for Home and Hospice Care

Chelsea Spickelmier, Invesque

Levy Wash, Marion County Prosecutor’s Office

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