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.