Indianapolis Business Journal

OCT. 28-NOV. 3, 2022

A large team of public officials and private partners is engaged in a high-stakes battle to land a big chunk of federal funding to establish northwest Indiana as one of a handful of hydrogen hubs planned around the country. IBJ’s Susan Orr explains why the most common element represents a major boon for the state. Also in this week’s issue, John Russell explains how an Indianapolis health equipment firm is trying to overhaul the way brain surgeons do their job. And we present the winner of this year’s Michael Carroll Award: Allison Melangton, who most folks know from running the Indianapolis host committee for the 2012 Super Bowl but who also has made major contributions across Indianapolis’ sports organizations for nearly 40 years.

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2022 Women of Influence: Carlotta A. Berry

In 2020, Carlotta Berry worked with colleagues around the world to start two not-for-profits—Black in Engineering and Black in Robotics—to raise awareness of systemic racism and inequity in STEM; build community; advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion and justice; and connect with allies and sponsors.

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2022 Women of Influence: Tina Cloer

Tina Cloer has been with the Children’s Bureau, renamed Firefly Children and Family Alliance after it merged in April with Families First, for nine years, during which the organization’s annual budget has grown from $15 million to more than $40 million.

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2022 Women of Influence: Sue Finkam

Sue Finkam started Fire Starter LLC in 2010 to be an outsourced marketing firm for clients who, as she describes it, are driven by missions and visions that make the world a better place. She’s also a Carmel city councilor.

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2022 Women of Influence: Dr. Kimberly Roop

Dr. Kimberly Roop is responsible for oversight of all Anthem Indiana Medicaid health plan functions, including member quality and outreach, access to and coordination of medical services, strategic planning and overall plan performance.

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2022 Women of Influence: Kaye Vitug

Kaye Vitug is responsible for leading the finance and operations (credit and collections, supply chain and order fulfillment) organizations and is accountable for delivering business and financial results.

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