Construction is in the blood of Mamon Powers III. In 1967, the eldest Mamon Powers, whose father had worked in construction, founded Powers & Sons Construction Co. Mamon Powers Jr., now the company’s CEO, joined four years later. And at 31, Mamon Powers III serves as vice president in charge of the Indianapolis office.
When he’s at work, Marty Posch spends his time trying to figure out the best way for Finish Line Youth Foundation to dole out hundreds of thousands of dollars to children’s charities across the country. When he’s not, you’ll find the 39-year-old running his own not-for-profit or volunteering around town.
The irony of being involved in environmentally friendly design work is not lost on Daniel Overbey. His first job after high school was at a coal-fired power plant in Terre Haute. Now 28, he is an environmental design specialist at Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects.
As chief of staff to Mayor Greg Ballard for two years, Paul Okeson helped Ballard make the transition from candidate to chief executive. In his current job, the 38-year-old is helping Keystone Construction Corp. expand into areas such as health care, life sciences and higher-education construction.
Marco Moreno’s law career began years before he became a lawyer. As a college undergraduate, he worked as a clerk for a superior court judge in LaGrange County, where he learned his way around the court system. Now 37, he is a partner at Lewis & Kappes PC.