2017 Women of Influence

2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Dr. Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber

Executive Director, Indiana University School of Medicine National Center of Excellence, in Women’s Health; Chief Physician Executive, Eskenazi Women’s Center of Excellence
Dr. Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber leads centers of excellence at IU Health and Eskenazi that develop programs to improve health, provide access for services, and advocate for funding and programs.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Andrea Pierson

Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels
Andrea Pierson achieved victories for Faegre’s product liability mass tort clients in trials and pretrial proceedings while helping grow the firm’s Product Liability & Environmental team to more than 100.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Nicole Lorch

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, First Internet Bancorp/First Internet Bank of Indiana
Nicole Lorch joined First Internet Bank a week before it launched in 1999, and has grown with the company as it rose from $1.2 million in deposits to $2.3 billion.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Yolanda Johnson-Moton

Director of Medical External Relations, Eli Lilly and Co.
Since joining Eli Lilly and Co., Yolanda Johnson-Moton has launched education and engagement platforms, including the Lilly for Better Health website, and brought the company to YouTube via Lilly Health Channel.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Joyce Irwin

President and CEO Community Health, Network Foundation
Joyce Irwin directs the Community Health Network Foundation, which is dedicated to serving the needs of both patients and caregivers with funding for programs such as an Oncology Assistance Fund.
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Vice President, Corporate Marketing and Communications, OneAmerica Financial Partners Inc.
Under the guidance of Kelley Gay, who leads seven business units at OneAmerica, the creative design team experienced a 25 percent reduction in project completion time, which adds up considering the group produces more than 5,000 print and digital projects annually.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Dr. Joan Duwve

Associate Dean for Practice and Clinical Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI; Chief Medical Officer, Indiana State Department of Health
Opioid prescribing decreased 16 percent in Indiana recently, thanks in part to Dr. Joan Duwve, whose Peace Corps experience led her to become a champion for public health.
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