INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — Junior Achievement of Central Indiana has unveiled the four laureates to be inducted into the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame.
The inductees were chosen based on their “personal and professional achievements, high moral and ethical standards, dedication to civic causes and positive impact on the quality of life of central Indiana.”
The inductees include Indiana Fever Vice President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Tamika Catchings, Eskenazi Health Chief Executive Officer Dr. Lisa Harris, Cummins Inc. CEO Tom Linebarger, and Eli Lilly and Co. CEO Dave Ricks.
“Junior Achievement’s 2021 Laureates embody resilience, compassion and commitment to excellence in the face of adversity,” Jennifer Burk, president and CEO of JACI, said. “We are honored to induct each of these outstanding individuals into the hall of fame and to highlight them as role models for the students Junior Achievement of Central Indiana serves.”
The organization says, since its inception in 1989, the hall of fame has seen more than 130 laureates inducted. The newest inductees will be honored at the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame Gala on Dec. 3.