Amy Crook has been a downtown Indianapolis resident for 8 years. She enjoys meeting new people and getting a taste of understanding the world from their perspective. She has over 10 years experience in Marketing. Her past work includes business development for brewery, franchise development for a food concept and consultative sales. She currently works in Marketing and Development for People for Urban Progress with a focus on projects in transportation, environment and design. She is attracted to projects that compliment her passion for attracting more young professionals to live, work and play in downtown Indianapolis. Amy also serves on the Board of Indianapolis Downtown Marketing, Inc, the Resource Committee for the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, and on the Young Alumni Council for Kelley School of Business.
Maureen Kinney is the Director of Undergraduate Programs for the Kelley School of Business. She is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University (BA in Psychology) and Indiana University (MS Ed. in Student Affairs Administration). With over 15 years of experience in higher education, working with the students, faculty and staff at Kelley is one of the best environments she has ever been part of. It’s very rewarding for her to help students during the college decision making process, through their Kelley experience, and then congratulating them at graduation. Outside of Kelley, Maureen enjoys camping, golfing, hiking, walking Cooper (her chocolate lab), and cheering for the Colts!
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David Steele is a Certified Management Consultant, Six Sigma Black Belt and five year member of the Board of Examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. He has also completed executive education for The Shingo Prize. David has over 30 years of leadership experience, 16 of which has been in senior corporate officer roles; two of these assignments included international experience.
David is also a successful entrepreneur. In venture roles, he has led two successful early stage ventures and one stage II venture with an international liquidity event involving a group of blue chip private equity investors in New York and London. While working with private equity groups in New York City for more than a decade, his experience includes serving as a key member on the deal team for an IPO. His international experience includes Europe, Canada and India with teams ranging from small ventures of less than 100 to over 1200 under his leadership. His management consulting includes both Fortune 100 and 500 companies.
David is an award winning faculty member at the Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis with over 16 years of classroom success; he has also served as a judge for graduate student international business plan competitions held at Columbia University and New York University. David is a decorated veteran of the US Army Intelligence Corps serving on the former eastern bloc border in central Europe and at Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C.