FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 12, 2022
Foster Success has selected its new Board of Directors’ Officers and added four new members to the Board. The Indianapolis-based nonprofit provides financial, educational and social support to young people aging out of Indiana’s foster care system.
Freedom Smith will continue as Chair, Danny Kibble has been elected Vice Chair, Grace Worley will continue as Secretary and Lolita Campbell has been elected Treasurer. The new Board members are Michael Brady, Shontrai DeVaughn Irving, Megan Savage and John Totten.
“We are grateful to the talented community members who volunteer their time, knowledge and energy on our board,” said Foster Success President and CEO Dr. Maggie Stevens. “They will provide counsel and guidance on the direction and operation of our rapidly-growing organization, and help raise awareness of our work on behalf of the teens and young adults we support.”
Brady, of Indianapolis, is a vice president at Bose Public Affairs Group. In his role as vice president, he works with a variety of clients in the medical and health care industries. He represents his clients at the local and state levels before administrative agencies and in the legislature. He has a degree in legal studies and management from Indiana University.
Irving, of Gary, is a Clinical Associate Professor of Business Law at Purdue University Northwest and a practicing attorney. He has several degrees from Purdue University Northwest and Indiana University. He is a single foster parent and has provided respite to nearly 60 children. He adopted four of the children placed in his care.
Savage, of Indianapolis, is Senior Director of Government & Community Affairs at The Heritage Group. Prior to joining Heritage, she served the Hoosier state for 10 years on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Her last tenure on the Hill was as then-Congresswoman Susan Brooks’ Chief of Staff. She has a law degree from the IU McKinney School of Law.
Totten, also of Indianapolis, is a Finance Business Partner – Strategy & Reporting for Rolls-Royce North America. Prior to his current role, he served as Global Accounting Policy Manager for the Distribution Business Unit of Cummins, Inc. He has an MBA and degrees in accounting. He also volunteers on the Education Committee for Junior Achievement of Central Indiana.