Indiana Sports Corp Staff

Executive

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Allison Melangton

President
Allison Melangton returned to Indiana Sports Corp as president on September 1, 2012 after serving as CEO and president of the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee since 2008.
 
Widely regarded as the most engaging and successfully organized Super Bowl in history, Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis featured the Super Bowl Village, which drew more than 1.1 million people to downtown Indianapolis; $154 million of investment in the city’s Near Eastside through the Legacy Project; more than 8,000 volunteers serving in a variety of roles; and community, youth and green initiatives that impacted hundreds of thousands of individuals.
 
Melangton serves on the Board of Directors for OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc., Visit Indy, Arts Council of Indianapolis,  and Indy Chamber.
 
Melangton was honored with a “Sagamore of the Wabash” by Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels in 2012, and recognized as a “Living Legend” by the Indiana Historical Society in 2014. Sports Business Journal, the nation’s industry-leading publication, named Melangton as a recipient of its “Game Changer” Award in 2012. 
 
Melangton was nationally recognized with the 2011 FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award for working as a liaison between the National Football League and the Indianapolis community for the 2012 Super Bowl. Melangton is also 2009 graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy.
 
Melangton served on the Indiana Sports Corp staff from 1994 through 2008, most recently as Indiana Sports Corp’s Senior Vice President of Events. She oversaw Indiana Sports Corp’s bid selection process and directed Indiana Sports Corp’s bid presentations for those events. She has directed numerous national and international events, including Olympic Trials, World Championships, NCAA Women’s Final Fours, and Big Ten Basketball Tournaments. In this role, Melangton led the bid effort that won Indianapolis the right to host Super Bowl XLVI.
 
Melangton is a graduate of Colorado State University with a bachelor of arts in Sports Administration. Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, Melangton directed national and international events for 11 years for Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics. Melangton also worked at eight Olympic Games, the last five as an Associate Producer for the gymnastics broadcast by NBC Sports, the most recent the 2012 summer games in London. She has won five Emmy Awards for her work.
 
Allison has been married for 28 years to her husband, Tom, and has one son, Cameron, who is a junior at Ball State University. 

Susan Baughman

Sr. Vice President, Strategy & Operations
Susan Baughman is the Senior Vice President for Strategy and Operations for Indiana Sports Corporation. In this role, Baughman oversees the organization’s strategic planning, event bid efforts, and many key relationships, including Indiana Sports Corp’s partnership with National Governing Bodies and with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). She also served as Executive Director of the 2010 NCAA Men’s Final Four.

Baughman also served as Vice President of the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee. Her responsibilities included directing and managing hospitality services and fan events, with a primary focus on the design, production and implementation of the Super Bowl Village, which provided great community activation.

Baughman has played a key role in six international and world championship events, including 2005 Solheim Cup, 2004 World Swimming Championships, 2002 World Basketball Championships, 2001 World Police and Fire Games, as well as the 1991 World Gymnastics Championships. Since joining the Indiana Sports Corp staff in 1996, she has been involved with 11 NCAA events, as well as 18 other events at the collegiate level. She has run 21 national or Olympic events featuring basketball, diving, gymnastics, swimming and track and field.

Baughman’s past experience also includes assisting NBC with broadcasts of gymnastics events, assisting Quokka Sports and NBC with NBCOlympics.com for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, and serving as a production consultant for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, she spent six years directing national and international televised events for Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics.

Baughman is a graduate of Indiana University with a bachelor of arts in sociology and journalism. She was named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 40-under-40 in 2002, which honors those who achieved significant success and leadership in the Indianapolis community under the age of 40. She was also named a 2010 Woman of Influence by Indianapolis Business Journal.

Brad Bowman

Sr. Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Brad Bowman has been directing all aspects of the business operations of Indiana Sports Corp since 2000, including the supervision of the organization’s three-person accounting staff. He is responsible for budgeting and budget compliance, risk management, accounting and financial reporting, human resources and information technology. Bowman was promoted to Senior Vice President in December, 2010. He also served as the Chief Financial Officer of the 2012 Super Bowl Host Committee.

Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, Bowman spent seven years at Ernst & Young, LLP.

A graduate of Indiana University, Bowman earned status as a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) (Indiana) in September, 1996. He is also active in the community, serving as a member and past officer of the Rotary Club of Greenfield – Sunrise.

Mike Karnuta

Vice President, Business Development
Mike Karnuta joined Indiana Sports Corporation in September, 2008 as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Karnuta oversees corporate development, marketing, and public relations for Indiana Sports Corp and its events.

Karnuta most recently served as an account supervisor for Bradley and Montgomery, where he was responsible for day-to-day management of client business and leading strategic direction and implementation of creative marketing campaigns. He held similar roles at both Young & Laramore and Bates USA Midwest.

Prior to joining the Indiana Sports Corp staff, Karnuta led a team at Bradley and Montgomery in designing the look for the 2008-12 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments. He also served on the 2012 Super Bowl bid committee, which successfully brought Super Bowl XLVI to Indianapolis.

Karnuta holds a B.S. in Political Science from Miami University (Ohio).

John Dedman

Vice President, Communications
As Indiana Sports Corp’s Vice President of Communications, John Dedman manages all external communications and marketing, public affairs and media services for Indiana Sports Corp and its events. He also serves as the organization’s spokesperson and primary writer for all printed materials of Indiana Sports Corp, its events and bid proposals. He was promoted to Vice President in December, 2010 after serving as Director of Communications since joining the Indiana Sports Corp staff in April, 2006.

Dedman’s work at Indiana Sports Corp has included the 2010 NCAA Men’s Final Four, 2011 NCAA Women’s Final Four, Big Ten Football Championship Games, Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials-Diving, the 2006 and 2007 USA Track & Field Outdoor National Championships, among other events. He was also part of successful bid efforts to bring Super Bowl XLVI to Indianapolis, as well as future Big Ten Football and Basketball events. As a member of the 2012 Super Bowl Host Committee, Dedman assisted with marketing and communications activities, promotion of the Super Bowl Village, media operations, and made speaking appearances to community groups.

Dedman graduated from Butler University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public and Corporate Communication and returned to his alma mater shortly after graduation as the Assistant Sports Information Director in Butler’s athletics department.

Marcie Ahern

Vice President, Event Management
Part of the Indiana Sports Corporation staff since 1998, Marcie Ahern currently serves as Vice President of Events, leading the organization’s events staff.

Ahern serves as executive director for the 2011-2015 Big Ten Football Championship Games Local Organizing Committee after serving as the executive director for the local organizing committee of the 2011 NCAA Women’s Final Four and the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (2008-2010). Ahern also served as the event director for the 2006 and 2007 AT&T USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Her resume includes running the 2004 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Wrestling and the U.S. Gymnastics Championships.

Ahern began with Indiana Sports Corp as the events intern in 1998 before being named events coordinator in 1999. She managed participant services for the 2000 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament and U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming. In 2000, she was promoted to venue operations manager for the 2001 World Police & Fire Games, coordinating logistics at more than 40 venues throughout the Indianapolis area.

She was promoted again in 2001 to national events director. In that role, Ahern directed the 2002 Big Ten Women’s and Men’s Basketball Tournaments and the 2003 USA Wrestling World Team Trials.

Melissa Caito

Director, External Affairs and Community Relations
Melissa Caito joined Indiana Sports Corporation in July of 2009. She focuses on a number of areas, including board and legislative affairs, management of three of ISC’s fundraisers – Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament, the Nine and Wine golf event for women and the annual Pathfinder Awards.

She formerly served as an account manager at Sport Graphics, working with companies such as the NFL, Big Ten Conference and Lucas Oil Stadium, in addition to Indiana Sports Corp. Previously, she has worked as both a Public Relations Assistant and Marketing and Sponsorship Coordinator at Indiana Sports Corporation.

She has also held positions with the former Logo Athletic (now adidas/Reebok), and USA Gymnastics.  During her tenure at the NCAA she oversaw Brand Management, Community Relations and Licensing.

Caito is an Indiana University graduate with a sports marketing and management degree. She has been actively involved in the community as a member of the Local Organizing Committees for Super Bowl XLVI, the 2010 NCAA Men’s Final Four, and the Committee for the Grand Opening of Lucas Oil Stadium.
 

Lisa Davis

Director, Sports Indiana
Lisa Davis is the Director of Sports Indiana, the first staff member to be hired by the organization. She serves as the central liaison for all 30 members throughout the state and operates out of the Indiana Sports Corp offices in Indianapolis. Davis previously interned at Indiana Sports Corp with Sports Indiana and the Events department.

In addition to Sports Indiana, Davis is an Executive Committee Member for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and Committee Member for the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon.
 
Davis graduated from IUPUI with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology.


Business Development

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Mike Karnuta

Vice President, Business Development
Mike Karnuta joined Indiana Sports Corporation in September, 2008 as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Karnuta oversees corporate development, marketing, and public relations for Indiana Sports Corp and its events.

Karnuta most recently served as an account supervisor for Bradley and Montgomery, where he was responsible for day-to-day management of client business and leading strategic direction and implementation of creative marketing campaigns. He held similar roles at both Young & Laramore and Bates USA Midwest.

Prior to joining the Indiana Sports Corp staff, Karnuta led a team at Bradley and Montgomery in designing the look for the 2008-12 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments. He also served on the 2012 Super Bowl bid committee, which successfully brought Super Bowl XLVI to Indianapolis.

Karnuta holds a B.S. in Political Science from Miami University (Ohio).

Stephanie Arnold

Director, Business Development
Stephanie Arnold has joined the Indiana Sports Corp staff as the Director of Business Development in April, 2013. She arrives at Indiana Sports Corp after serving as the Director of Development at Ball State University. Arnold will focus on revenue generation, fundraising and sponsorship sales for events, and in support of the Indiana Sports Corp mission.

During Arnold’s time at Ball State University, she directed and managed all fundraising team efforts for the $20 million athletic capital campaign. In addition, Arnold served as the major gifts officer for Ball State BOLD: Investing in the Future $200 million capital campaign. She was named Portland “Citizen of the Year” in 2005.

Arnold was a member of the U.S. Olympic Archery Team at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens and member of the U.S. Archery Team in 2005. At the Olympics, she placed 36th in the women's individual ranking round and was a member of the women’s archery team that finished 13th overall.

Arnold earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and minor in Public Relations from Taylor University.

Angela Hatem

Manager, Membership Sales and Services
Angela Hatem joined Indiana Sports Corp as Manager of Membership Sales and Services in June, 2010. In this role, Hatem oversees membership services for both the organization’s corporate and individual members. She also manages benefit packages for all members.

Hatem spent a year and a half in Sales and Marketing for Edible Arrangements in Indianapolis prior to arriving at Indiana Sports Corp. While at Edible Arrangements, She was responsible for maintaining and developing customer and client relations and for marketing Edible Arrangements to local and national corporations. She also has worked for Live Nation, Emmis Marketing Group, Emmis Communications, Indy Men’s Magazine, AOL Digital City and Nuvo.

Hatem attended Marian College (now known as Marian University) in Indianapolis, where she holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications.

Craig Lippincott

Manager, Business Development
Craig Lippincott serves Indiana Sports Corp as Manager of Business Development. He has been with the organization since 2008. In his current role, Lippincott serves as the event director for the ISC Corporate Challenge. He also assists with all aspects of the Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament, as well as development of corporate and individual membership and event sponsorships. He also oversees all marketing and logistical operations of the Big Ten Hoops Day 5K.

Before transitioning into a full-time staff position with Indiana Sports Corp, he worked as a sales associate for GroupRCI and as an intern with Indiana Sports Corp assisting with the planning and execution of the 2007 Youthlinks Indiana Charity Golf Tournament and Pathfinder Awards Banquet.

A graduate of DePauw University , Lippincott received his degree in English Writing with minors in Rhetoric & Interpersonal Communication and Film Studies. At DePauw, Lippincott played on the varsity soccer team where he was the team captain and the conference “Player of the Year” in 2005.

Molly Powell

Director, Youth Programming
Molly Powell joined Indiana Sports Corp in June, 2011 as Director of Youth Programming. Her responsibilities include overseeing and administrating all existing Indiana Sports Corp youth programs, as well as developing new initiatives with a focus on fitness and health.

Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, Powell was the Business Director of Velocity Sports Performance in Carmel. She took a key role in establishing initiatives targeted towards youth participation including the implementation of events to increase the opportunity for youth to participate in sports.

Powell was also the Director of Marketing of the Marshall Faulk Foundation. Powell’s service to the central Indiana community included being a volunteer at Indiana Sports Corp events for the better part of a decade. She began serving on the Indiana Sports Corp President’s Council in 2008.

Powell holds a B.S. in Marketing from Butler University.

Office Management

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Lisa Wright-Minter

Executive Assistant
Lisa joined the ISC staff in May of 1984. She currently serves as the Executive Assistant to the President. Her duties include administrative and clerical needs for the president. She is the staff liaison to ISC’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors, and supervises ISC’s receptionist.

Lisa started with ISC as the organization’s receptionist and was later promoted to Administrative Assistant before assuming her current position of Executive Assistant to the President.

Lisa attended IUPUI.

Melinda Cheshier

Office Manager/Internship Coordinator
Melinda Cheshier joined the Indiana Sports Corp in April of 1985. She currently serves as the Office Manager and Internship Coordinator. Her duties include managing office equipment, computers and supplies, in addition to overseeing intern solicitation and communication, and supporting the Finance department with various human resources functions.

Cheshier started with ISC as the organizaiton’s receptionist before being promoted to Administrative Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator.

Sara Sampson

Receptionist
Sara Sampson joined Indiana Sports Corp in February of 2002 as the Front Desk Receptionist. Her duties, among many others, include answering telephones and greeting guests as they enter the office, scheduling meetings and distributing the daily mail.

Prior to joining the ISC staff, Sara served as Account Specialist for Creative Expressions, a paper party goods company. She also served as the Unit Secretary in the intensive care unit at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville, IN for 17 years.

Sara is a graduate of Noblesville High School.

Events

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Marcie Ahern

Vice President, Event Management
Part of the Indiana Sports Corporation staff since 1998, Marcie Ahern currently serves as Vice President of Events, leading the organization’s events staff.

Ahern serves as executive director for the 2011-2015 Big Ten Football Championship Games Local Organizing Committee after serving as the executive director for the local organizing committee of the 2011 NCAA Women’s Final Four and the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (2008-2010). Ahern also served as the event director for the 2006 and 2007 AT&T USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Her resume includes running the 2004 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Wrestling and the U.S. Gymnastics Championships.

Ahern began with Indiana Sports Corp as the events intern in 1998 before being named events coordinator in 1999. She managed participant services for the 2000 Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament and U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Swimming. In 2000, she was promoted to venue operations manager for the 2001 World Police & Fire Games, coordinating logistics at more than 40 venues throughout the Indianapolis area.

She was promoted again in 2001 to national events director. In that role, Ahern directed the 2002 Big Ten Women’s and Men’s Basketball Tournaments and the 2003 USA Wrestling World Team Trials.

Noelle Szydlyk

Director, Event Operations
Noelle Szydlyk has been a part of the Indiana Sports Corp events team since 1999, and has served as Indiana Sports Corp’s director of events operations since 2002.

Szydlyk is currently the tournament manager for the 2014 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments and the event director for the 2014 NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championship. Szydlyk also provides operational and logistical support to all ISC events.

Szydlyk began her time at Indiana Sports Corp as an intern and then full-time employee as special events manager for the 2001 World Police & Fire Games. That position transitioned into a role as an event manager for the Hoosier State Games, which she held until 2002.

Szydlyk has also served as the event director for the 2013 NCAA Division I Women’s & Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships and as managing event director for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Diving Trials. She was the event director for the 2006 Big Ten Men’s & Women’s Basketball Tournaments, the 2003-05 Indiana Sports Corp Corporate Challenges, and the 2003-05 PeyBack Bowls.

She received her bachelor’s degree from Ohio University in business administration and earned a master’s in sport management from The Ohio State University.

Julie Arnold

Director, NCAA Special Projects
Julie Arnold joined the Indiana Sports Corporation staff as the Director of NCAA Special Projects in June, 2008.  As the director of NCAA special projects, Arnold serves as the primary liaison to the NCAA related to event bids and operations across various championships and special projects with a focus on planning, budget management, logistics, and volunteer/staff management.  Recent responsibilities included serving as the Tournament Manager for the 2014 and 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regionals at Lucas Oil Stadium and the Championship Manager for the 2014 NCAA Rowing Championships, the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinal and the 2010 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championship.  Other responsibilities have included managing Game Operations for the 2013 & 2011 Big Ten Football Championship Game, the 2011 NCAA DI Women’s Final Four and 2010 NCAA DI Men’s Final.  Arnold is currently the Managing Director of the 2015 DI Men’s Final Four Local Organizing Committee.

Prior to joining ISC, Arnold served as Assistant Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Butler University. Beginning in 2003, she served as Butler’s compliance officer, liaison to NCAA Membership Services personnel, and assisted with student development for several of Butler’s athletic teams. She added the title of senior woman administrator in 2006 and began overseeing the administration of several Butler athletic teams.
 
Arnold graduated with a bachelor’s degree in marketing from IUPUI and the Indiana University Kelley School of Business in 2002. She received her Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Leadership at Butler in 2007. While at IUPUI, she was a four-year member of the softball team and served as vice president of IUPUI’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Sheila Bradley

Director, Volunteer Services
Sheila Bradley returned to the Indiana Sports Corp staff in January, 2006 after having worked for the organization from 1999-2002. She was promoted to Director of Volunteer Services in January of 2009. In this role, Bradley leads the efforts to recruit, shift, train and manage volunteers for Indiana Sports Corp events. She also served as the Director of Volunteer Services for the 2012 Super Bowl Host Committee, a role that included more than 8,000 volunteers.

Previously she assisted with new business development and membership management for Indiana Sports Corp. She was the marketing project manager at the 2001 World Police & Fire Games and the office manager for the 2002 FIBA World Basketball Championship for Men.

A 2003 graduate of IUPUI, Bradley also worked for the National Youth Sports Corporation’s Police Athletic League Youth Enrichment Program (PALYEP) and the NCAA Youth Education through Sport (YES) Program from 2002-2005.

Andretta Erickson

Director, Events
Andretta Erickson currently serves Indiana Sports Corp as the director of events and the executive director for the local organizing committee of the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments. From 2006-2009, Erickson coordinated hospitality and ancillary events, as well as the look and d├ęcor of Big Ten and NCAA events. Since 2006, she has been ISC’s hotel liaison and has worked on the Hotel Services Committee along with other operational roles in 2013 for NCAA Rowing Championships, NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, and NCAA Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships. Her most recent leadership roles included game/facility management, production, operations, venue hospitality, transportation and the community welcome for the 2014 NCAA Regionals in Indianapolis.

A graduate of North Dakota State University, Erickson graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration. She was a member of the North Dakota State track and field team, earning three varsity letters. Erickson served as a volunteer for Meals-on-Wheels, Habitat for Humanity and Junior Achievement.

Gabe Amick

Director, Ticketing and Promotions
Gabe Amick joined Indiana Sports Corp as the Ticket and Promotions Coordinator in December, 2008. He was later promoted to Director. Amick is responsible for the ticket sales and promotions for various Indiana Sports Corporation events, including the 2011-2015 Big Ten Football Championship Games, 2014 & 2016 Big Ten Basketball Tournaments, 2012-2017 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship – Midwest Regional, 2013 NCAA DI Men’s Lacrosse Championships – Quarterfinals, 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship – Final Four, 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship – Final Four. Amick also managed the sales and operations for the “The Village Zipline” during Super Bowl XLVI.

Amick returns to Indiana Sports Corp after serving as an intern in the Indiana Sports Corp events department in 2008 during the successful bid to host the 2012 Super Bowl.

Amick graduated from Ball State University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Administration and a minor in Marketing.

Chris Panyard

Manager, Events
Chris Panyard joined Indiana Sports Corp in December, 2013 as Events Manager. In this role, Panyard assists with the planning and coordination of operations and ancillary events for many Indiana Sports Corp events, such as NCAA and Big Ten Conference championships, as well as the ISC Corporate Challenge.
 
Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, Panyard served as an Event Coordinator with the 500 Festival, managing the Mini-Marathon Expo and Packet Pick-Up, in addition to the Rookie Run. He also assisted with the management of the Mini-Marathon Pit Stations and the 500 Festival Education Program. He previously held the position of Logistics Coordinator and Warehouse Manager at the 500 Festival.

Panyard’s experience also includes a nine-month stint on the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee staff where he assisted in the management, planning and execution of the Super Bowl Village on Georgia Street. More than 1 million visitors enjoyed the Village over the course of 10 days. Panyard has also worked in positions with Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indianapolis Colts, and the Indiana University Athletic Ticket Office.

Panyard is a 2011 graduate of Indiana University.

Megan Kiley

Assistant Coordinator, Events
Megan Kiley joined Indiana Sports Corp in February, 2013 as an Assistant Coordinator in the Events Department. Kiley will provide administrative support to Senior Vice President Susan Baughman and the events department. She is responsible for host committee management, ancillary hospitality events, award ceremonies and event production.

Kiley returned to the Indiana Sports Corp staff in February, 2013 after interning during the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game. Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, Kiley worked for a meeting planning company that specialized in the pharmaceutical industry. 

Kiley graduated from the University of South Carolina with a double major in Marketing and Management, and a minor in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management.

Finance

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Brad Bowman

Sr. Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Brad Bowman has been directing all aspects of the business operations of Indiana Sports Corp since 2000, including the supervision of the organization’s three-person accounting staff. He is responsible for budgeting and budget compliance, risk management, accounting and financial reporting, human resources and information technology. Bowman was promoted to Senior Vice President in December, 2010. He also served as the Chief Financial Officer of the 2012 Super Bowl Host Committee.

Prior to joining Indiana Sports Corp, Bowman spent seven years at Ernst & Young, LLP.

A graduate of Indiana University, Bowman earned status as a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) (Indiana) in September, 1996. He is also active in the community, serving as a member and past officer of the Rotary Club of Greenfield – Sunrise.

Lynn Burger

Director, Financial Services
Lynn Burger has been with Indiana Sports Corp since 1989. Currently serving as the Director of Financial Services, her duties include overseeing the accounting functions for all ISC’s events and projects, as well as performing payroll and HR functions. In her years at ISC, she has provided accounting services for events such as the 2012 Super Bowl, 2001 World Police and Fire Games, 2002 World Basketball Championship, 2004 World Swimming Championships, the Circle City Classic, Hoosier State Games, and Youthlinks Indiana, among many others.

Lynn is a graduate of Indiana University with a B.S. in Business. She also performs improvisational comedy with ComedySportz Indianapolis.

Tracy Grady

Manager, Financial Services
Tracy Grady joined ISC in February of 2007 as the Manager of Financial Services. In this role, Grady manages the books for the 2012 Super Bowl as well as processing payables and the day-to-day financial operations for Indiana Sports Corp, Youthlinks and Sports Indiana.

Prior to joining ISC, she worked for Methodist Hospital spending 13 years in pharmacy and 8 years in Accounts payable. Tracy also teaches as an adjunct instructor at Ivy Tech Community College.

She earned her BA and MBA from Indiana Weslyan University.

Interns

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Jeff Yoder

Communications
Taylor University '14

Alec Stuard

Finance
Butler University '15

Stacy Robertson

Tickets/Promotions
Indiana University '14

Kristin Marvel

Events
Indiana University '15

David Pennewell

Sports Indiana
Purdue University '17