INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — The Indianapolis Public Transportation Foundation has a new leader after Emily Lovison was named executive director. Lovison succeeds founding executive director, Roscoe Brown, who retired at the end of 2020.
Lovison previously held fundraising and corporate sponsorship roles at Conner Prairie, 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, and other local nonprofits.
“I am so pleased to bring on Emily to lead the Foundation through these critical developmental years,” said Rick Wilson, chair of the IPTF board of directors. “Emily’s breadth of knowledge and contacts in the development world will be invaluable as we continue to build and strengthen our relationships in the community.”
The IPTF board also named Lacey Everett as board vice chair and Michael Lennox as a board member.