National Volunteer Month

Honoring Arts Council Volunteers For National Volunteer Month

Like many non-profit organizations, the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana relies on support from volunteers to host, support, and organize our many programs at 212 Main and beyond. Whether our volunteers donate time or financial resources, or both, we value the dedication each individual allocates to our organization – and to our regional arts community. 

We begin with our dedicated Board of Directors, a group of professionals and art enthusiasts who advocate for arts and cultural opportunities at the Arts Council and throughout our community. Many of them also generously serve on multiple boards at other cultural organizations in the area.

Co-President Hannah Dill, Attorney at Stoll Keenan Ogden
Co-President Victoria Salmond, Project Manager at Ascension St. Vincents
Vice-President Alex Rang, DDS at Alex Rang Dentistry
Treasurer Kim Wren, Financial Advisor at Baird – Berger Wealth Services
Secretary Stephanie Engelbrecht, Arts Advocate at Engelbrecht Enterprises
Rick Martin, Owner/IP Attorney, Martin IP Law Group
Dr. Jia-Rong Gan, Software Engineer & Violinist
Fred Emory, Business Development at Double Eagle Insurance
Darin Lander, DEI Program Manager at Old National Bank
Justin Johnson, Attorney at Jackson Kelly PLLC
Buddy Lobermann, Attorney at Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders, LLP
Adam Stevens, AVP – Wealth Management Advisor, Fifth Third Bank
Elizabeth Beck, Climate Advisory Leader, Antea Group
Dr. Anna Dauer, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Palliative and Supportive Care, University of Kentucky

Beyond our current Board of Directors and past Board Members, we recognize our artists and community members who serve on Arts Council committees, help curate gallery exhibits and rooftop concert events, or amplify our events and programming with friends, neighbors, and colleagues. 
We exist to serve our community and we cannot fulfill our mission of enhancing quality of life and supporting economic development through advocacy and promotion of the arts, arts organizations, and arts education in southwestern Indiana without our amazing community volunteers.