(Indianapolis March 30) – The International Center welcomes four new members to its board of directors: Lee Feinstein, Lori Greene, Sarah Iglehart, and Linda Kaiser.

Lee Feinstein is founding dean of the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University Bloomington. Before assuming this role, he was the U.S. ambassador to Poland from 2009 to 2012. He also served as the national security director to former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and as a senior foreign policy advisor to President Barack Obama.

Lori Greene serves as vice president of enrollment management at Butler University. Previously, Greene served as the interim dean of admission and enrollment management at Loyola University New Orleans and as director of undergraduate admission for six years at Loyola University Chicago.

Sarah Iglehart is vice president of regional economic development at Indy Chamber. Before assuming her current role as vice president, she worked as director of Indianapolis economic development for Indy Chamber. She also served as a senior project manager for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.

Linda Kaiser is vice president of middle market banking and specialized industries at JP Morgan Chase. She has worked for JP Morgan Chase for over 29 years, and also serves on the board of directors for the Japan-America Society of Indiana.

The International Center’s 2020 board of directors is led by the following elected officers, including:

  • Board Chair: Julie Griffith, Indiana Innovation Institute
  • Immediate Past Chair: Marsha Stone, Indianapolis International Airport
  • Operations and Finance Committee Chair: Jill McKinney, Butler University
  • Governance Chair: Ryan Marques, Lewis Kappes
  • Development Chair: Priscila Vansetti, Corteva Agriscience

Martin Baier, president and CEO of The International Center said, “We are very excited to welcome these new board members to The International Center. We are confident that their combined experience will help lead The Center to a new standard of excellence and further our mission in Indiana and the world.”