David Dodd, President (LAMC ’00)
"I believe that LAMC helps the community by showing people the person inside that they may not have known was there, and by helping them see a different community that they may not have otherwise recognized."
David Dodd is a life-long resident of Madison County, and graduate of the LAMC class of 2000. He has been the CEO of Madison County Federal Credit Union since 2003. David has been involved with the non-profit community for several years with a special interest in supporting child abuse prevention agencies serving Central Indiana. David was taught and inspired to be involved in the community from and early age by his mom, Margaret Dodd.
David and Michelle (Shelley) live in Anderson, and have a combined 5 kids (and 3 dogs).
BRAD JUSTUS, Vice President (LAMC ’14)
"The LAMC experience helped me examine how well I use my God given abilities to help lead within my home, workplace and community."
Brad Justus was born and raised in Madison County and is an Alexandria resident. Brad and his wife, Jenny, have two children, Micah and Ella. Brad graduated from LAMC in 2014 and joined the Board of Directors that same year. He also serves on the board of the Alexandria Community Center. Brad spends a lot of time volunteering throughout the community and coaches his two children in various sports. He and his family attend the Christian Congregation Church in Alexandria, where he also serves as a trustee.
Nancy Anderson, Secretary (LAMC '02)
"LAMC provided me with the confidence and skills to lead and motivate others to serve. The program’s curriculum unleashes your inner passion for serving the community and heightens your awareness of its needs."
Nancy Anderson graduated LAMC in 2002 and is currently serving her second term on the LAMC board. She serves as Director of the St. Vincent Anderson Foundation responsible for the hospital’s fund raising efforts that include the Children’s Clinic Classic, St. Vincent Cancer Challenge, and fund raising for needed or upgraded equipment and technology. She enjoys volunteering her time to quality-of-life issues, such as parks, historic preservation efforts and the arts, serving on numerous boards and committees. She and her husband, Andy reside in Anderson and have a daughter Gracie, that graduated from YLA in 2016.
Adam Hoeksema, Treasurer (LAMC ’13)
"I was new to the community when I participated in LAMC, and the program helped me to develop a passion for Madison County. The opportunity to see what other leaders were doing to make Madison County a better place was infectious and pushed me to find ways to get involved in the community."
After graduating from Taylor University in 2010, Adam joined the Bankable team to help launch the new Bankable Microloan Program. Adam is currently the Executive Director at Bankable. He loves working with microloan clients, developing new software and systems to streamline the loan program, and dreaming about ways to increase our impact for Indiana small businesses. Adam is also an entrepreneur at heart, he co-founded ProjectionHub with his brother in 2012, and can't help but try to solve problems by developing new software solutions. He is a Christ follower, husband, Chicago Bears fan, a wannabe organic farmer and father to Eli and Wesley.
- Angela Barbosa, Solutions4ebiz
- Betsy Bousman, Northwestern Mutual
- Noah Bozell, AHS, YLA Class of 2017
- Janice Campfield, Frederick's, Inc.
- Jonathon Cook, Sansberry Dickman Freeman Builta & Cook
- Hillery Holt, Unified Group Services
- Stephanie Moran, Anderson University
- David Neidert, The Story Shop
- Damon Stansberry, St. Vincent Mercy Hospital-Elwood
- Jessica Warnke, Carter Logistics
- Betty Williams, Community Volunteer
Alumni & YLA Advisors
- Max Butcher, Borg Warner
- Erik Vohs, KeyBank