Scott currently serves as Chairman of the RHI Foundation Board of Directors.
He is president of Grocers Supply in Indianapolis. Scott began his career in the state and
local tax business in 1982. In 1991 he founded Innovative Consulting Service in
Indianapolis which quickly grew to one of the largest regional firms. He has hands-on
experience with workouts and turnarounds. In addition, Scott has overseen the start-up
of many successful businesses and has successfully steered many companies through
startup to exit. His past community involvement has included the Indiana Blood Bank,
Board of Trustees, The American Heart Association, Gleaners Food Bank,
Indianapolis ZOO, Red Cross, and the Indiana Mental Health Association.
John David Hoover is a founding partner of Hoover Hull LLP, a business and commercial litigation boutique in Indianapolis. John was born in Evansville, Indiana. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1973, and from Indiana University-Indianapolis Law School in 1980. He clerked for the U.S. District Court from 1980-1981, and has been in the private practice of law since 1981. John has served as the Board Chair at Park Tudor School, the Indianapolis Art Center, and Happy Hollow Children’s Camp, and has served on numerous other charitable boards. John is married to Martha Hoover, and they have three children, Sarah, Rachael, and David.
Bill is a partner of Wilson Kehoe & Winingham, a personal injury law firm very familiar
with RHI. As an author Bill has assisted attorneys in providing greater support to the
plaintiff and their family. Bill is an advocate for injured individuals and is a major
supporter of the Dr. Lisa Thompson Center for Family Education at RHI. Bill and his wife
Maureen have four children, Mary Beth, Lindsay, Kate, and Kent.
Dr. Kulkarni is a physician, psychiatrist and businessman. He
is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Native
of Bombay, India, Jagdish finished his M.D. degree at Bombay University and
completed post-graduate training at Yale University where he served on the
faculty. After practicing medicine in Indianapolis through 1995, Jagdish operated
four child/adolescent psychiatric hospitals. He co-founded an environmental
remediation company, SESCO, and co-found the Strand Analytical Laboratory
(SAL) DNA laboratory. With his sons he also owns the commercial real estate
development company Emerald-K, Inc. In June 2010 Dr. Kulkarni was named a
member of the Board of Trustees for Wright State University by the Governor of
Layton is the Founder and President of LJI Wealth Management. He is
a CFP®, oversees the Investments division and is the Principal Manager of the
Mortgage division. Originally from Auburn, Indiana, Layton graduated from
the Indiana University Kelley School of Business in May of 1994 with majors in
both Accounting and Finance. Layton founded LJI Wealth Management in June
of 2007. Layton is a member of the Financial Planning Association. He is also
a licensed Principal Manager and Mortgage Broker. He and his wife, Ann, live
in Pendleton along with their 3 young children. He enjoys golf, water-skiing and
spending time with his family. Layton has been instrumental in raising funds for
the Dr. Lisa Thompson Center for Family Education at RHI.
Alvin is a Vice President in the Middle Market Banking group for Chase Bank in
Indianapolis. Alvin has worked in banking and financial consulting in Chicago
and Indianapolis. He is active in Techpoint and other economic development
activities in Central Indiana. Alvin is the chair of the Research and Development
Committee for the RHI Foundation and has been instrumental in developing the
RHI Foundation’s ongoing research focus. Alvin’s wife is Nadine, also a VP at Chase.
They have a teenage son and daughter.
Larry is a principal of Somerset CPAs, P.C., and is a licensed insurance
professional. Larry has had a family member treated at RHI. Prior to joining
Somerset, Larry was a director and partner in Fringe Benefit Planners for 15
years. His expertise in risk management ranges from the analysis of appropriate
disability policies to developing business and personal strategies for the
implementation of life policies utilizing tax favored strategies. He also places
a special emphasis on charitable planning. Larry received his B.S. degree cum
laude in three years from Butler University in 1978. Larry currently holds the
Chartered Life Underwriter, Charted Financial Consultant, and Accredited Asset
Management Specialist designations. From 1995 to 1998 he was a NFL Players
Association Certified Contract Advisor. Currently, Larry is a member of the
American Business Club, Wine & Food Society of Indiana, and the White River
Yacht Club. Larry is a life long resident of central Indiana. He is married with 3
CEO of LOR Corporation (“LOR”). LOR is a full service real estate company that owns and manages shopping centers in Indiana and Kentucky. LOR also provides the following real estate services: property management, new development, public/private partnerships, site location, build-to-suit, acquisitions and investments. Adam recently oversaw the sale and partnership of United Package Liquor, Inc. (“UPL”) to Bloomington-based, Big Red Liquors. UPL owned and operated 24 liquor stores in the greater Indianapolis area. Big Red acquired all the assets of UPL and signed long-term leases with LOR, which owns 18 of the 24 locations where UPL is located. Prior to joining LOR and UPL, Adam practiced law in Indianapolis, Indiana and surrounding areas. His practice areas included general litigation, business transactions, real estate, collections and creditor/debtor rights. Adam is the President of United Hope Foundation, which is the philanthropic outlet for LOR. United Hope has raised and donated over $1,250,000 to the local Indianapolis community since 2005. He is also a board member of Noble of Indiana and Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers.
Monica is the Executive Director and Chief Federal Defender of the Indiana Federal Community Defender. In that role, she oversees representation of indigent persons charged in the federal courts. She began studying criminal justice and economics at State University of New York at Buffalo State College at age 16. Monica worked part time at the Indiana Public Defender Council while attending Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and was hired full-time when she passed the bar in 1983. After serving four years as a staff attorney for the council, she entered into private practice, focusing on representation of indigent persons charged with the death penalty at both the trial and appellate levels, including arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court. Through her work with clients charged with the death penalty, Monica became interested in how traumatic brain injury, particularly when undiagnosed and untreated, contributes to violent crime.
Monica’s interest in brain trauma became more personal when her husband, attorney Robert Hammerle was an RHI patient in the fall of 2011 after he was hit by a motorcycle as a pedestrian, leaving him with a brain injury. That experience introduced her to RHI’s mission and leadership in brain injury research and treatment and the RHI Foundation’s role in supporting and promoting it.
Patricia is a partner in Barnes & Thornburg LLP and a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment Law Department, representing management interests for a broad client base. Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Ms. Ogden was a practicing registered nurse specializing in research, transplantation and critical care, and was the nurse manager of a large medical unit. Due to her background as an RN, Ms. Ogden participates in healthcare symposiums and advises clients and other HR personnel on healthcare-related topics. Ms. Ogden earned a B.S. from Ball State University in 1990, and her J.D. summa cum laude in 1996 from the Indiana University School of Law. While in law school, she was the executive editor for notes and topics for the Indiana Law Review. Ms. Ogden is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Patty knows the devastating outcomes that brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, strokes, and other medical conditions like Parkinson’s have on patients and families and has seen the profound effect that the RHI family has on patients’ lives and functional capabilities.
Daniel currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana. He has been active in Washington D.C. advocating for post acute rehabilitation services legislation, and providing consultative work around rehabilitation medicine in hospital systems across the United States.
From 1992 to 2002, Dr. Woloszyn served as the clinical chief and manager of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology at Rockford Memorial Hospital’s Van Matre Rehabilitation Center. During this time, he also worked as director of therapy operations and neuropsychological consultant in Forensic Psychiatry in Chicago. Relevant to RHI, he has 20 years of extensive clinical background as a clinical neuropsychologist with a focus on brain injury and other neurologic conditions. He also has conducted research in the areas of stroke and has been a frequent speaker on the areas of brain injury and hospital operations and leadership. Dan is married with two children.
Mindi Fox, promoted to Executive Director, RHI Foundation joined the RHI Foundation team in 2011 as Foundation Coordinator. In this role, Mindi was responsible for assisting the foundation director in meeting RHI fundraising goals through identifying and cultivating new donor prospects, coordinating foundation annual mail solicitation activities, and acknowledging new gifts. In 2015, Mindi was promoted as Associate Director to the RHI Foundation, where she continued to advance RHI and RHI Foundation through community, professional and educational networking opportunities. As Executive Director, Mindi will provide continued strategic and tactical direction for RHI Foundation, effectively support and assist the Foundation’s Board of Directors, and committees.
Mindi previously worked at RHI as an Exercise Physiologist, received her BS from Indiana University, Bloomington, and is a Cancer Exercise Specialist.
Jim Graham, former Executive Director, RHI Foundation. Jim has been with the RHIF since early 2002 and coordinates all RHIF development, fund raising and planned giving activities. He currently remains a part of the Foundation as a board member. Prior to joining the RHI Foundation, Jim was VP of Business Development for Walker Information in Indianapolis where he worked with the Customer Loyalty Measurement division and also helped launch Walker’s not for profit services company, Walker Direct. Before joining Walker, Jim was Director of Development for the Colleges of Engineering, Nursing and Education and Assistant Director of Planned Giving at the University of Iowa Foundation. He serves on the boards of the Planned Giving Group of Indiana and the Brain Injury Association of Indiana. Jim has a B.A from Vanderbilt University and an M.A. from the University of Iowa.