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2017 Women of Influence

2017 Women of Influence

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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Melissa Davis

President, BSA LifeStructures
Melissa Davis in 2016 became the first woman president of BSA Lifestructures, a $50 million architecture, interior design and engineering firm with a specialty in health care facilities.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Deborah J. Caruso

Partner, Rubin & Levin PC
As bankruptcy trustee for ITT Educational Services Inc., Deborah Caruso has had to make sense of what was left of 137 campuses, where 8,000 people were laid off and 40,000 students left to fend for themselves.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Jennifer Bott

Bryan Dean of the Miller College of Business and Professor of Management, Ball State University
Jennifer Bott developed a comprehensive, university-wide strategy for online education that resulted in growth in students, programs and revenue.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Melissa Stapleton Barnes

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Eli Lilly and Co.
At Eli Lilly and Co., Melissa Stapleton Barnes leads an organization responsible for ethics and compliance in nearly 90 countries around the world.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Jennifer M. Alvey

Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer, Indiana University Health
Jennifer Alvey, who worked in state government before becoming chief financial officer at IU Health, says mentors have played a big role in her professional development.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Erin L. Albert

Healthcare Outcomes Pharmacist, Myers and Stauffer; Founder, Pharm LLC and Yuspie LLC; Co-host, The Pharmacy Podcast Network
Erin Albert is a leading podcaster on pharmaceutical subjects, a prolific writer of books and a full-time consultant.
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2017 WOMAN OF INFLUENCE: Dr. Jennifer Walthall

Secretary, Family and Social Services Administration; Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine
An unexpected call from former Gov. Mike Pence landed Jennifer Walthall in key public service roles.
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