Victoria Schneider Temple’s 50-year-old family engineering firm, The Schneider Corp., survived drastic cutbacks during the recession through a culture of respect and integrity.
Conner Prairie President and CEO Ellen Rosenthal has brought to the Fishers museum her passion for creating great visitor experiences.
Kathy Cabello left a lucrative IT career to start Cabello Associates Inc., a marketing consultancy celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
Retha Parsley owns three franchises for Edible Arrangements, a fruit-bouquet-delivery business, including a new downtown location that also sells in-store dipped fruit, fruit smoothies and fruit parfaits.
Lynn Kimmel, president of Lockhart Automotive Group, is helping her family business recover from losing three Saturn dealerships and a Hummer dealership when General Motors Corp. folded both those lines.
Beverly Miller has built a successful sign company by providing clients full service, from helping them navigate city code regulations, to designing, manufacturing, installing and servicing their signs.
Landstory, Joann Green’s landscape architecture firm, is a snug four-person company that has designed exterior spaces for some major Indianapolis projects, such as the JW Marriott, Lucas Oil Stadium and Indiana University’s Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.
Indiana State Fair Commission Executive Director Cynthia Hoye has parlayed a lifelong love affair with 4-H and fairs into a career of supporting agriculture and extension programs and finding ways to make a good fair better.
Pat Koch, whose official title at her family-owned Holiday World theme park is director of values, sets a high bar for hard work and dedication.
Colleen Hittle became CEO and sole owner of the Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical and medical device consulting firm in April.
Few bank presidents gather their employees once a week and pass out plastic clapping hands to keep the beat to music pulsing full volume through the lobby. Fewer still climb atop a customer-service counter to open the early-morning pep rally with a full grin. Karen Miller does both.
Best friends Cynthia Collins and Judy Fitzgerald open the seventh season of their theater company in the brand new Studio Theatre in Carmel’s Center for the Performing Arts.
Aida McCammon has spent 20 years helping Hispanics improve their lives and succeed in the United States.