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Auxiliary Board

The Auxiliary Board is a group of young professionals who have committed at least one year of their time to provide Partners In Housing with support in the areas of fundraising and marketing.  The PIH Auxiliary Board is one of the premiere non-profit volunteer opportunities in Indianapolis, and consists of some of the best and brightest rising leaders in our community. 

At this time we are not accepting new members to our Auxiliary Board. We will be opening it up in late December, early January. In the meantime, please feel free to download the position description or contact Director of Advancement, Jennifer Coffey at 


Emily Fulkerson
Company: Civic Volunteer
Kristy Moore-Franco
Company: Eli's Angels Fund
Robby Slaughter
Title: Principal
Company: Accelawork
Marisol Gouveia
Title: Director of Membership & Engagement
Company: Indianapolis Zoo
Desiree Brandon-Gouveia
Title: Program Educator
Company: Indianapolis Zoo
Chase Haller
Title: Staff Attorney and Director of Housing Initiatives
Company: Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
Shawn Plew
Company: Mobi Wireless
Palak Effinger
Company: Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership
Andrea Strapulos
Title: Assistant Business Development Manager
Company: Barnes & Thornburg
Faren Jones
Title: Development and Communications Manager
Company: The Julian Center
Kayla Broughton
Title: Marketing and Communications Assistant
Company: IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Mark Forcum
Company: Beam, Longest and Neff
Brandy Wood
Company: Indiana University School of Medicine
Joanna Schreck
Title: Integrated Programs and Systems Manager
Company: UBM Tech

Run 317 - The Circle

We are the charity partner for the exciting Run (317) Race Series! Help us raise more money for affordable housing by registering as a runner or a volunteer for the upcoming May 18th race in downtown Indy on The Circle!

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St. George Apartments

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The St. George Apartments building was previously a market rate apartment complex. PIH acquired the complex in 2009.

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