Local Office

Diabetes is a serious problem, particularly in Indiana. It would be a difficult task to find someone who does not personally know an individual with diabetes.

Hoosiers are increasingly feeling the effects of this disease. More than 738,000 children and adults in Indiana suffer from all forms of diabetes, including type 1, type 2 and gestational. Of these, an estimated 160,000 have diabetes but don't know it. Additionally, at least 1.7 million Hoosiers are living with prediabetes, putting them at risk for type 2 diabetes in the future. Today, it is estimated that 1 in 3 children born after the year 2000 in the U.S. will develop diabetes.

We couldn't do the important local work without the leadership of our Community Leadership Board. The Board meets collectively and works together to address the various issues and opportunities pertaining to people with diabetes, to have a greater impact on the American Diabetes Association's Strategic Plan.  

2019 Indiana Community Leadership Board Members include: 

Jeff Bishop                                                   
Senior Renewals Manager

Teresa Boone

Dr. Katherine Callahan
Wright Family Practice

Mary A. Delaney, MS PT, CWP
Vital Incite

Gregory Fox (Chair)
Pharmacy Merchandiser
The Kroger Company

Tamara S. Hannon, MD (President)
Endocrinologist, Assoc. Professor of Pediatrics
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health

George Huntley, CPA
Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer
Theoris Services

Todd Laderach
Group Manager, Consumer Marketing
Roche Diabetes Care, Inc.

Cara Long
Clinical Account Executive
Anthem, Inc.

Cory Mygrant
Fitness Nutrition Wellness Coordinator
Monarch Beverage

Patricia Richards
Senior VP of Strategic Initiatives

Andy Vicari
Senior Director of Diabetes, US Insulin Brand Leader
Lilly Corporate Center

Camueal Wright, MD, MBA
Medical Director, Indiana Market

Indiana & Kentucky
P.O. Box 7023
Merrifield, Virginia 22116-7023

Volunteer with us.

Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer—whether on a local or national level—will help improve lives of everyone impacted by diabetes, maybe even someone close to you. There are many ways for you to get involved—a little time can have a big impact.