New Legacy Fund president charged with growing asset base

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The Legacy Fund has hired Terry W. Anker, a consultant to entrepreneurs, as its next president.

Anker will be charged with raising the fund’s asset base from $40 million to $75 million by 2013, according to Brian Payne, CEO of the Central Indiana Community Foundation. The Legacy Fund is the Hamilton County affiliate of CICF.

Anker succeeds Brad Little, who left last year to lead a private foundation in Iowa. Anker is chairman of The Anker Consulting Group, which helps startups with capital requirements and reorganization.

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Anker has also been active in a number of not-for-profits, including Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Indiana Humanities Council, the Entrepreneurship Advancement Council, Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences, Happy Hollow Children’s Camp and Woodstock Club.


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