Governor reappoints Ball State University trustees
January 15, 2010
Gov. Mitch Daniels has announced the reappointment of three members of the Ball State University Board of Trustees. They include:
- Marianne Glick, Indianapolis, president and founder of Glick Training Associates, a firm she founded in 1986 to assist organizations enhance employee productivity and effectiveness. She received her bachelor's in elementary education and master's in educational psychology from Butler University.
- Frank Hancock, Indianapolis, founder and chief executive officer of Sport Graphics, Inc. Since graduating from Ball State in 1970, Hancock has been a fixture in Indianapolis through his work and community service with a number of boards, foundations and organizations. Over the years, he has volunteered with the Ball State Alumni Association, Indiana Pacers, Community Hospital Foundation, Indiana Black Expo and Peyback Foundations.
- Barbara Phillips, Carmel, chief learning officer of Gaylor Inc., a holding company with interests in electrical contracting, education, manufacturing and telecommunications. Prior to this position, she was a teacher and principal at Wilson Middle School in Muncie for 37 years. Phillips earned her graduate and undergraduate degrees in education from Ball State.
The reappointments are effective immediately and will expire Dec. 31, 2013.