Joyce Q. Rogers, Chairperson
Joyce Rogers is charged with increasing the presence and significance of Indiana University among prospective and current minority students, alumni, business and community leaders, and donors. She is focusing primarily on securing private support for the university’s diversity and inclusiveness initiatives, particularly those related to the IU Bloomington campus. Rogers works with the IU Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA), the IU Foundation, and campus senior officers in developing and executing student recruitment, external relations, and fundraising strategies that support and advance diversity and inclusiveness initiatives at IU. She is also defining and managing a board of advisors to support DEMA in fulfilling its mission. Rogers comes to IU from Ivy Tech Community College where she was vice president for development. Under her leadership, the Ivy Tech Foundation’s assets increased by nearly $100 million and the foundation’s total managed assets grew to more than $150 million. Also with her direction, the foundation advanced a statewide development plan with a $500 million goal by 2019; rebranded and created a statewide marketing plan for development; implemented a statewide database system to increase accountability; and established the college’s first statewide alumni program, doubling assets the first year. Before joining Ivy Tech, Rogers was president and CEO of the Indiana Black Expo, Inc. (IBE). In this role, she managed the organization’s youth and family programs and more than 50 events annually — including the largest African American event of its kind in the nation. Before joining IBE, Rogers was director of contract management for the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. Rogers has been highly engaged in a wide variety of community, civic, and professional organizations and nationally recognized for her efforts in diversity and inclusion.
Gregory S. Fehribach, Vice-Chairperson
Gregory S. Fehribach was appointed to the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County Board of Directors in 2004 by the Mayor of City of Indianapolis. Fehribach, an attorney with a disability who uses an electric wheelchair as a mobility aid device, founded the Fehribach Group in 1995. Widely considered a leading consultant on accessible design projects, Fehribach evaluates every project using a comprehensive approach that encompasses a multitude of factors, from ADA compliance, to diversity management, to ensuring a client’s return on investment. Fehribach is a graduate of Ball State University where he earned both his Bachelor of Science and his Master of Arts degrees. A graduate of Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law, Fehribach has practiced law since 1986. He is currently affiliated with Indianapolis law firm Doninger Tuohy & Bailey LLP. Active in his community and profession, Fehribach has provided his perspective on accessibility as well as legal expertise to a number of organizations.
David F. Canal, MD
David Canal, MD, Frederic W. Taylor Professor of Surgery graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1983 with highest distinction and completed his general surgical training at IU. Dr. Canal joined the IU General Surgery faculty in 1988. He is a pioneer of minimally invasive surgical techniques and developed the laparoscopic program at Indiana University. He has taught many residents and surgeons, throughout the State of Indiana, basic and advanced laparoscopic techniques. He pioneered the use of the daVinci Robotic assist device for general surgeons in the State of Indiana. Dr. Canal has a tremendous interest in resident education and served as the Program Director of the Indiana University General Surgery Residency program for 15 years. Dr. Canal serves as the Chief of Service-Surgery and Medical Director of Specialty Care for Eskenazi Health. As an American Board of Surgery certified general surgeon, Dr. Canal’s surgical career has spanned broad-based general surgical procedures and continues with a focus on breast care. He is an active member of the American College of Surgeons and just completed his sixth year as Governor representing the Indiana Chapter.
Carl L. Drummer
Carl Drummer is a Director of Public Affairs at Ice Miller. Drummer joined Ice Miller in 2009, after serving as Center Township trustee of Marion County, state of Indiana, since 1996. At age 32, when Drummer was elected trustee, he was the youngest African American to hold a political office at that time in Marion County, in either political party. He served as deputy trustee from 1991-1993. From 1993-1996 he served as the chief deputy constable, Center Township Small Claims Court.
Charles S. Eberhardt, II
Charles S. Eberhardt, II graduated with a BS from Earlham College in 1987. After graduation, Eberhardt worked for one year with the lobbyist of Dehart & Darr, PC in Washington DC and all fifty states as a legal assistant on matters pertaining to interstate commerce and taxation. Eberhardt then attended Boston University, where he received his Juris Doctorate and Masters in Business Administration in 1992. While in law school, Eberhardt clerked for Brown Rudnick (Boston, MA), Baker Daniels (Indianapolis, IN) and Locke Reynolds (Indianapolis, IN). Upon graduation from Boston University, he accepted an Associate position with Locke Reynolds, before partnering with three other attorneys to form Siegel Eberhardt Carter & Dassow. Eberhardt’s clients included Eli Lilly, Ameritech, Smoot Construction, Tyscot Record Company, Oscar Robertson & Associates, A Rainbow House Academies and the City of Indianapolis. In 1996, Eberhardt left the full time practice of law to pursue an entrepreneurial opportunity. Mr. Eberhardt formed Community Spirits with his partner and bought 16 retail package stores in Indianapolis. He is now the sole owner of 21 package stores in Indianapolis, as well as several commercial real estate properties. Eberhardt is married to Darlene (Kinslow) Eberhardt and they have four sons: Darryl, Stevie, Tres and Johnathan.
James D. Miner, M.D.
James D. Miner, M.D. was appointed to the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County Board of Directors in 2001 by the Mayor of the City of Indianapolis. Dr. Miner is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Indiana University Medical Center specializing in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He is also the Co-Director of the Residency Program in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Methodist Hospital. A 1983 graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine, Dr. Miner completed an internship in general surgery at Methodist Hospital - Indianapolis in 1985 and his residency in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Miner has five hospital affiliations. He is a fellow of the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is a member of the Marion County Medical Society, American Medical Association, Indiana State Medical Association, American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
Ellen Quigley is the Vice President of Programs at the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation in Indianapolis. Prior to joining the Foundation, Ms. Quigley was Chief of Staff for the Office of Congressman Andre Carson and Deputy Mayor for Community Affairs with the City of Indianapolis under Mayor Bart Peterson. She also acted as Executive Director of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, a non-profit organization. Before entering public service, Ellen practiced law for several years at Ice Miller and Norris, Choplin and Schroeder. She started her career as a law clerk for Judge Sarah Evans Barker, federal judge for the Southern District of Indiana. Throughout her career, Ellen has also been an active member of the Indianapolis non-profit community, serving as board member for a variety of non-profit organizations. Ms. Quigley holds a J.D. degree, summa cum laude, from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.