Center for Performing Arts gets 6 new board members


Six area business and community leaders, including four from Carmel and two from Westfield, have been elected to the Board of Directors of the Center for the Performing Arts.

The board members are elected to three-year terms and may serve two consecutive terms. There are 30 total board members.

The board is responsible for overseeing the Center’s services and resources, representing the interests of the public and acting as stewards of funds raised to achieve organizational goals. Each board member offers the organization leadership qualities, a commitment to live performance and community engagement, and a desire to promote the Center as a valuable community asset and an important element in the regional cultural landscape.

The new members are: Kathleen (Kathy) Krusie, Carmel, president, north region, Community Health Network; Justin Moffett, Carmel, partner, Old Town Design Group; Jane E. Niederberger, Carmel, principal, Niederberger Ventures, Anthony (Tony) Robertson, Carmel, chief executive officer, PraxisMed; Quinn Shepherd, Westfield, managing general partner, Shepherd Insurance & Financial Services; and Deborah B. Wood, Westfield, chief executive officer, DWA Healthcare Communications Group.