Brandy Sego - Vice President -
Metta Sanders - Has been a HCHS volunteer for 3 years, 2 years on Board, 1 year as Tuesday Volunteer Coordinator. Metta is currently employed at Greenfield Banking Company as a Loan Processor Supervisor specializing in Commercial Lending. Prior work experience in the Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Market as well as in Service Release and Acquisition. Five year member of Tri Kappa - Greenfield Upsilon Chapter, an Indiana-only philanthropic service sorority devoted to charity, culture and education in the community. Six Years as Secretary of the Twin Oaks Property Owners Association Board (HOA). Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Bachelor of Arts in Classical Languages and Roman Culture at Indiana University, Bloomington. Hancock County resident for 7 years.
Holly Skillman-Dougherty,PhD, is a psychologist with a specialization in trauma and currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Marion University-Indianapolis. She is also a Certified Professional Coach
and a Certified Suicide Prevention Instructor. She has been an educator for more than ten years and joined Marion University in January of 2017. Though she grew up in Indianapolis, she has lived in Hancock County for over 16 years. She currently resides in New Palestine with her husband, two sons, and two dogs.
Amy Paul - President- is the Executive Assistant to the Chief Fundraising Officer at United Way of Central Indiana. She has worked at United Way for the past four and a half years. Prior to working at United Way Amy Paul worked in real estate at Carpenter Realtors.
Amy Paul has a Bachelors Degree in General Studies and a certification in Human Resource. She has been married to her husband Aaron Paul for 24 years and has three children (two boys and a girl). In her free time she enjoys volunteering with
her family through her church and community.
Emily Flaugh - Emily grew up in Hancock County and lives here with her husband and two dogs. She graduated from Eastern Hancock where she was a member of National Honor Society, Health Occupations Students of America, and National Technical Honor Society. In the past she has served on the Women's Fund of Hancock County Advisory Committee and on the United Way of Central Indiana Youth as Resources Board where she held the offices of Secretary and Co-chair for three years. She is a 10 year 4-H Member and held several offices through out her time in 4-H including Treasurer and Historian. She has been a member of the Women's Fund of Hancock County for several years and has served on the fund's Event Committee in the past. After attending Ball State University, Emily earned her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and now works as an Oncology Nurse after previously working in the ER. She is active in her church, loves reading, outdoor activities, and spending time with her family.
Candace Brisson - Secretary-is the Director of Programs at Dress for Success Indianapolis, a non-profit that helps women achieve economic independence by providing professional and personal development tools. She previously worked with a mentoring program for at risk and formerly incarcerated adults in Indianapolis. Candy has lived in Hancock County for 19 years, served on the boards of Hancock Hope House and the Hancock County Food Pantry, and is a 2002 graduate of Leadership Hancock County. She is married and has three children, two stepchildren and five grandchildren.
Michele Sprinkle - Treasurer
Deborah Kay Weaver and her family have grown up in Greenfield for generations. She is the daughter of Bill and Linda Jackson, of Greenfield and she graduated from Greenfield Central High School in 1979. Deb started her career in the
Printing Industry in 1980. Deb currently works as a Print Buyer for UTC/Carrier Corporation on the far west side of
Indianapolis. She is happily married to Tim Weaver, Project Manager for Runnebohm Construction and they reside in their beautiful country home in the Manilla area, but still owns a home in Greenfield as well. She is the Mother of an incredible daughter, Katie Cook who also resides in Greenfield. She is the grandmother of Hunter and Korbyn Jackson of Knightstown.
Deb is a survivor and advocate for Battered Women, and has told her story at Carrier Corporation with the Julian Center
and is totally ready to fight for women’s rights against Domestic Violence, SHATTER THE SILENCE!
Beth Ingle - Stepped into the postion of Executive Director in January 2019. She was one of the original board members of the Women's Resource Center when it was established in 2014 and she has been a member of the Hancock County Women's Fund for nine years. She has been employed with Hancock County Community Corrections since 1994 and has served as the Coordinator of the Hancock County Drug Court since 2008. Beth grew up in Hancock County and currently resides in Greenfield with her husband of 37 years, Carl. They have three grown children and four grandchildren.