The Indiana Citizen is a nonpartisan, non-profit platform dedicated to increasing the number of informed, engaged Hoosier voters. We are operated by the Indiana Citizen Education Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) public charity.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Russell Cox is a founding member of Cox, Sargeant & Burns, P.C. He and Mary Lou have two children.
Michael Goldenberg is a retired Duke Energy executive who headed up the company’s regulated and non-regulated products and services portfolio across its six-state territory and a customer base of more than five million. He and Rita have two children and a grandson.
Jeanne Kelsay owns Kelsay Consulting, Inc., a public relations, promotion and marketing consultancy. She was president of Curtis Publishing Company for 10 years and the founding director of the Indiana AIDS Fund. She and Rod have two married sons and three grandsons.
Alan Mills is a senior partner at Barnes & Thornburg LLP. He and Sally have two married children and a granddaughter.
Ann and Bill Moreau
Ann and Bill Moreau are the co-founders of ICEF. Ann is a retired educator, association executive and public servant. Bill has been a newspaper reporter, college instructor, public servant and lawyer. Bill serves as ICEF’s president. They have been married for 41 years, and have three married children and six grandchildren.
Bill Moreau is the co-founder and president of the Indiana Citizen Education Foundation, the 501(c)(3) behind The Indiana Citizen. He is a retired lawyer who led his law firm’s higher education practice. He also spent almost four decades in the Statehouse, both as a state official when Evan Bayh was Secretary of State and Governor and as a lobbyist for entities as diverse as nonprofits serving the poor and Fortune 100 companies. He is a Purdue graduate whose first job was reporting for the Hartford (Conn.) Times. He attended law school at Georgetown University while working for Senator Birch Bayh.
Editor in Chief
Kevin Morgan, a journalism graduate of IU, worked previously at The Indianapolis Star, where he oversaw coverage of news in communities throughout central Indiana. As a reporter and later as an editor, he played a key role in the coverage of Indiana politics, elections and government for more than 20 years. His awards include a first place from the Associated Press Managing Editors of Indiana for coverage of political patronage in Indiana’s license branches. His resume also includes six years with the nonpartisan Indiana Legislative Services Agency, where he oversaw editing and publishing services that the agency provides to the Indiana General Assembly.
Adam Wren is an Indiana-based political journalist and author of the Importantville newsletter, which appears regularly in The Indiana Citizen. He is also a contributing editor at POLITICO Magazine and Indianapolis Monthly, and his work has appeared in The New York Times and The Washington Post. His media appearances include MSNBC’s “Live with Stephanie Ruhle” and “Live with Craig Melvin,” along with BBC World News. Adam earned his master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School.
Wiiliam G. Andrews
Donna DeVault Clark
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OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS
Names in italics are our Founding Funders
Jennifer Westerhaus Adams
Dan and Kate Appel
Denise M. Arie
Charles Bantz and Sandra Petronio
Cindy and Jim Barkley
Katrina and Frank Basile
Chris and Jessica Bayh
Bill and Flor Bickel
Judy and Jon Birge
Ann S. Borne
Jay and Laurie Boyd
Brian and Bethany Burdick
Beth and Fred Cate
Donna DeVault Clark
Community Foundation of St. Joseph County
African American Community Fund of St. Joseph County
Chris and Nancy Aldridge
Fred and Kathi Armstrong