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!
Megan Langlais has lived in Indianapolis for most of her life and is proud to call this community her home. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Civic Leadership from IUPUI.
Megan was a part of Project LAUNCH before coming to the Women's Resource
Center. This was a five year project with the goal of improving children's mental and behavioral health services in the state of Indiana. Her primary role on that project was working to generate collective impact and facilitating community connections to help create a stronger system. She also currently works with children as part of a domestic violence program.
Megan has one son who will graduate from Southport High School in the Class of 2018.
Beth Ingle is one of the original board members for the Women's Resource Center and is the sitting chairman. She has been a member of the Hancock County Women's Fund for eight 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 35 years, Carl. They have three grown children and four grandchildren.