Anker named president of Legacy Fund

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Terry Anker

Terry Anker

 Mr. Terry W. Anker has been named as the next president of the Legacy Fund, the Hamilton County affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation. Anker accepted the position following an extensive search that began in December 2010.

The chairman of The Anker Consulting Group, Inc., Anker is also active in advancing the strategic direction and financial well being of local not-for-profits, including serving on the boards for Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Indiana Humanities Council, the Entrepreneurship Advancement Council, Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences, Happy Hollow Children’s Camp, and Woodstock Club. He has also served in volunteer leadership roles for the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Beacon Society of Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, the Private Industry Council of Indiana and Prevent Blindness Indiana. In addition, he is an associate editor and essayist for Current Publishing.

According to Brian Payne, president and CEO of CICF, Anker will be responsible for growing Legacy Fund from $40 million to $75 million in assets by 2013. Anker replaces former president Brad Little, who resigned from Legacy Fund in December 2010 to head a private foundation based in Iowa.

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Terry Anker named president of Legacy Fund

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Terry Anker

Terry Anker

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Mr. Terry W. Anker has been named as the next president of the Legacy Fund, the Hamilton County affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation. Anker accepted the position following an extensive search that began in December 2010.

The chairman of The Anker Consulting Group, Inc., Anker is also active in advancing the strategic direction and financial well being of local not-for-profits, including serving on the boards for Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Indiana Humanities Council, the Entrepreneurship Advancement Council, Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences, Happy Hollow Children’s Camp, and Woodstock Club. He has also served in volunteer leadership roles for the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Beacon Society of Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, the Private Industry Council of Indiana and Prevent Blindness Indiana. In addition, he is an associate editor and essayist for Current Publishing.

According to Brian Payne, president and CEO of CICF, Anker will be responsible for growing Legacy Fund from $40 million to $75 million in assets by 2013. Anker replaces former president Brad Little, who resigned from Legacy Fund in December 2010 to head a private foundation based in Iowa.

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Terry Anker named president of Legacy Fund

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Terry Anker

Terry Anker

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Mr. Terry W. Anker has been named as the next president of the Legacy Fund, the Hamilton County affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation. Anker accepted the position following an extensive search that began in December 2010.

The chairman of The Anker Consulting Group, Inc., Anker is also active in advancing the strategic direction and financial well being of local not-for-profits, including serving on the boards for Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Indiana Humanities Council, the Entrepreneurship Advancement Council, Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences, Happy Hollow Children’s Camp, and Woodstock Club. He has also served in volunteer leadership roles for the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Beacon Society of Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, the Private Industry Council of Indiana and Prevent Blindness Indiana. In addition, he is an associate editor and essayist for Current Publishing.

According to Brian Payne, president and CEO of CICF, Anker will be responsible for growing Legacy Fund from $40 million to $75 million in assets by 2013. Anker replaces former president Brad Little, who resigned from Legacy Fund in December 2010 to head a private foundation based in Iowa.

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Terry Anker named president of Legacy Fund

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Terry Anker

Terry Anker

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Mr. Terry W. Anker has been named as the next president of the Legacy Fund, the Hamilton County affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation. Anker accepted the position following an extensive search that began in December 2010.

The chairman of The Anker Consulting Group, Inc., Anker is also active in advancing the strategic direction and financial well being of local not-for-profits, including serving on the boards for Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Indiana Humanities Council, the Entrepreneurship Advancement Council, Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences, Happy Hollow Children’s Camp, and Woodstock Club. He has also served in volunteer leadership roles for the Central Indiana Community Foundation, Beacon Society of Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, the Private Industry Council of Indiana and Prevent Blindness Indiana. In addition, he is an associate editor and essayist for Current Publishing.

According to Brian Payne, president and CEO of CICF, Anker will be responsible for growing Legacy Fund from $40 million to $75 million in assets by 2013. Anker replaces former president Brad Little, who resigned from Legacy Fund in December 2010 to head a private foundation based in Iowa.

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