Tony Wiederhold

Tony Wiederhold
Tony Wiederhold

Name: Tony Wiederhold

MHAC Board Title: President

Originally from: Michigan City, IN

Now reside in: Indianapolis, IN

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1996-1999

Instrument: Trumpet 3

Degrees and dates: BS Psychology and Biology (2000), BA Chemistry (2002), MS Organic Chemistry (2004)

IUAA Membership Status: Life Member since the mid-2000’s

Day job: Supply Chain Designer, Yoga Teacher, and Meditation Guide at Eli Lilly and Company

Other cool stuff we need to know: Proud founder of the Rusty Pipes Band that roams the parking lot during homecoming. I set up version 2 of the KKY-AZ website back when websites were a thing. I hand-feed squirrels who knock on my door. I survived being head-butted by a fully grown giraffe. I’m married to Susan, IU alum and soon to be Asst. Professor of Psychiatry at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. We met at swing dancing lessons in the IMU.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Getting kicked out of the Village Deli every Sunday morning after football games for staying too long with my friend Brian Shaw (trombone and drum major 1998-2001)

Best road trip with Junior Band: Tie between Purdue 1996, a W in Bill Mallory’s final game as head coach, and Illinois in either 1996 or 1998, where we played this amazing Duran Duran show with the Marching Illini. The show was written by IUMH Trumpet AI and Marching Illini alum Mark Duker.

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Listen patiently when you’re with someone, handle yourself and others with care, spend your energy lifting up people around you, and do lots of experiments.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life:  I think every alum of the Marching Hundred has something they can contribute to making our community stronger. It’s an honor to work on bold initiatives, like fundraising for new instruments, that enable the MH even better, and to help keep alumni events like Homecoming something people want to be part of. I hope that other alumni get excited to support the Marching Hundred and alumni-to-be get excited to join us.

Michele Johns

Michele Johns
Michele Johns

Name:  Michele Johns (maiden name, Johnson)

MHAC Board Title:  Vice President

Originally from:  Clarksville, Indiana

Now reside in:  Carmel, Indiana

Years in the RedSteppers:  1979, 1980, 1981

Instrument:  Red Boots

Degrees and dates:  BS, 1982; JD, 1989

IUAA Membership Status:  Proud Life Member

Day job:  Chief Risk Officer for Indiana University Health

Other cool stuff we need to know:  2 adult children, 2 wonderful dogs, Philadelphia Eagles fan for a husband.  Free time is spent watching the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, and always the Hoosiers in any sport.  Love traveling, reading fiction, and binge watching.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band:  Running out in front of the band to join the line of Seniors being recognized on Senior Day, Purdue game, 1982.

Best road trip with Junior Band:  1979 Ohio State trip with high winds and some light snow

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be?  Enjoy this!  It goes way too quickly.  Take it all in.   You will never be this thin or your kicks this high again and that is entirely ok.  Getting wiser and more experienced is a fair tradeoff.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life:  Being part of the Marching Hundred was one of the best experiences of my undergraduate career.  It was about hard work, performing alongside some super talented individuals, creating great shows/performance as part of a much bigger team, and the thrill of representing Indiana University.  The opportunity to continue that experience as an alumni and support the current Marching Hundred as well as the University is an incredibly fun and rewarding volunteer engagement.  Ensuring the Marching Hundred’s brand and reputation for the next generation, as well as promoting the student and alumni experience is one of my passions.

Jann Fujimoto

Jann Fujimoto
Jann Fujimoto

Name: Jann Fujimoto

MHAC Board Title: Immediate Past President

Originally from: Honolulu, HI

Now reside in: Oconomowoc, WI

Years in the Marching Hundred/RedSteppers: 1991 – 1994

Instrument: Mellophone

Degrees and dates: Spanish, BA 1994

IUAA Membership Status:  Life

Day job: Speech-language pathologist

Other cool stuff we need to know: I only follow sports to carry on conversation.  Oboe is my primary instrument.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Not sure if it was a fave memory but definitely a memory: A rainy, night pre-game my sophomore year. While run-on-ing into position just before we did the final flip, I slipped and fell face down flat on to my mellophone.  The fellow mello behind me grabbed my collar and pulled me upright.  Somehow, neither my instrument nor I were hurt and I came to my senses just before horns up.

Best road trip with Junior Band: Notre Dame, Fall 1991. Watching their mascot do pushups, being amazed at how tall their bagpipe players all seemed, hearing the roar of the sold-out stadium, worrying if I was going to pass out in my black wool uniform on the hot afternoon day, wondering if my parents could see me on tv, playing in the outdoor quad area before the game, learning about farm life from other band members on the bus ride, and receiving an invitation for Thanksgiving break made my first Marching Hundred trip and performance very special.

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be?  You weren’t as busy as you thought you were.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life:  The Marching Hundred gave me an instant home on campus, making a large university of 30,000 a much smaller family of 300.  I was surrounded with a trusted network of friends and connections from my first day on campus to the present. For that, I will always be grateful.  As a student musician, I joined forces with others on the field to make an impact as part of the Marching Hundred. As a member of the Marching Hundred Alumni Council, I’m able to join forces with other passionate alumni to help the student organization that means so much to all of us. It’s been a joy to help the directors provide resources to the Marching Hundred and something that I would not have been able to do alone.

Ra Anna Robertson

Ra Anna Robertson
Ra Anna Robertson

Name:  Ra Anna (Wright) Robertson

MHAC Board Title:  Historian

Originally from:  Borden, IN; graduated from Floyd Central High School

Now reside in:  Bargersville, IN

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, & 1988

Instrument:  Mellophone

Degrees and dates:  BS 1987;  MBA 1988

IUAA Membership Status:  Life Member

Day job:  HR Total Rewards Specialist for Accenture

Other cool stuff we need to know:  My husband Brian & I have been married since 1989 and have 2 wonderful sons.  Collin is currently a business major at IU and plans to graduate in May 2019.  Micah is a 7th grader at Center Grove Middle School Central.  I work part time from home — I can do my job from anywhere as long as I have my laptop and an internet connection.  I am also very active in volunteering for Bible Study Fellowship and our church.  We love watching our son Micah play basketball and enjoy high school and college basketball as well.  Of course, our favorite team is IU!

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band:  My favorite memory is actually from pep band….  I was in the pep band at the Super Dome in New Orleans when IU won it all in 1987!  It doesn’t get any better than that!

Best road trip with Junior Band:  My favorite was probably Ohio State just because it was so incredible to be in that kind of football atmosphere.

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be?  Enjoy every moment because the time flies by.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life:  I dreamed of being in the Marching Hundred from the time I was a third grader, and my experience as a member didn’t disappoint at all.  I still love to experience the wall of sound that I fell in love with all those year ago, and all my closest friends from college are Hundred alumni, so coming back for Homecoming is always a treat.  I want to ensure that future generations continue to experience the camaraderie and pride in the Hundred, that the Hundred continues to represent IU with excellence, and that other little kids will have the opportunity to dream of being a part of it.

Paul Addison

Paul Addison
Paul Addison

Name: Paul Addison

MHAC Board Title: Webmaster

Originally from: Hobart, IN

Now reside in: West Lafayette, IN (see the story below)

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1970, 1972, 1973

Instrument: Trombone

Degrees and dates: Bachelor of Music Education, Instrumental Music, 1974

IUAA Membership Status: Life Member

Day job: Professor, Software Development, Ivy Tech Community College, Lafayette

Other cool stuff we need to know: I grew up in Hobart, Indiana, where William Revelli had started the band program in 1925. Fred Ebbs was the director there in the 1940s. In December 1967 (when I was a sophomore), both of them guest conducted the Hobart High School band at the Midwest Band Clinic in Chicago. Two weeks later, I saw the Marching Hundred perform at the Rose Bowl game, because my dad had made a promise that if IU ever went to the Rose Bowl or the Cubs went to the World Series, he would take the family. (Too bad he was gone by 2016!) Fred Ebbs recommended me for my first teaching job, a junior high band position in Lafayette, Indiana (you’ve got to start somewhere, right?). We like to say that IU people act as cultural missionaries, bringing the arts to all places. I became involved with the Lafayette Citizens Band, Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette, the music program at our church, and several local bands. My wife Jan has her MLS from IU. We have two kids (one in Franklin, Tennessee, and one in Osaka, Japan), and four grandkids.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: The Marching Hundred Banquet in the fall of 1973 (I think), at which arranger Jerry Bilik took songs by request and worked the IU theme song into each one, including PDQ Bach’s “Pervertimento For Bagpipes, Bicycle And Balloons”.

Best road trip with Junior Band: The trip to Northwestern in the fall of 1972. Two particular memories stand out: we had lunch before the game with the Northwestern band members, who were some of the friendliest people I’ve ever met. The other is that we stayed in the (now gone) LaSalle Hotel in downtown Chicago that Saturday night; it was a wonderful and generous treat from the Band Department. Thanks!

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Enjoy your time with the band, and keep up those friendships. That’s pretty easy to do if you come back to Homecoming every year.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: I was a shy and awkward kid, not outstanding by any means, but in the Hundred (and all the time in the Band Department), I was treated with respect and encouragement. When I bombed an audition for the University Band, Ray Cramer let me play a passage over again and said, “Paul, you’re a great second-effort man.” When I was thinking of dropping out of college to “get my head together”, Fred Ebbs talked me into staying in school. You don’t forget things like that.

Sean Christie

Sean Christie
Sean Christie

Name: Sean M. Christie

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Southport, Indiana

Now reside in: Greenwood, Indiana

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1988-1992 Instrument: Trumpet

Degrees and dates: B.A. Political Science May 1992

IUAA Membership Status: Member

Day job: Real Estate Broker

Other cool stuff we need to know: Married to Geraldine (Harding), from Newfoundland, Canada. We have three kids, Allison, Braxton, and Geralyn. Living the dream!

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Went to three bowl games (winning two out of the three) and the 1992 Final Four in Minneapolis, MN!!

Best road trip with Junior Band: Tucson, AZ for the Copper Bowl and Minneapolis, MN. for the Final Four!

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Stay as active in band as possible and have fun! The “real world” is closer than you think!!!

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: I’m a member for life because I believe in giving back to any organization that has a profound impact on people’s lives. The Marching Hundred, and it’s directors definitely had that impact on me and my life. To this day I try to implement ideas and philosophies with my family and with my professional life that Mr. Pratt and Mr. Kastens used when directing the band. I owe a very large debt of gratitude to the Marching Hundred.

Bang Co

Bang Co
Bang Co

Name: Bang Co

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Terre Haute, IN

Now reside in: Indianapolis, IN

Years in the Marching Hundred: 2010-2015

Instrument: Piccolo (2010 – 2013), Drum Major (2014 – 2015)

Degrees and dates: B.S. Exercise Science (2014), Master of Public Health (2016)

IUAA Membership Status: Annual member

Day job: Realtor

Other cool stuff we need to know: I have a little puppers named Lilo. She’s half pug, half rat terrier, also known as a “Rug Rat”.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Performing at Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.

Best road trip with Junior Band: Our trip to NYC for the Pinstripe Bowl.

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Take as many pictures as you can while you can! There will be so much hurry-up-and-wait that you should take advantage of this time to commemorate each moment. It’ll seem like your time in the Hundred will last forever, but once you graduate, these pictures will be priceless. Plus, they make great pieces of décor when you finally find your place in the “real world”.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life:  Being a member of the Marching Hundred has honestly changed my life. I can say without reservation that I would not be where I am today and the person I am today without the Marching Hundred. I have learned and gained so much during my time. I am still engaged as a member of the MHAC because I want to give back to the organization that has given me so much. I want to help create meaningful experiences for current and future members as well. I hope to help the Marching Hundred raise enough funds to purchase all new matching horns, marching shoes, and to start a scholarship fund that we can gift to members.

Jim Davis

Jim Davis
Jim Davis

Name: Jim Davis

MHAC Board Title:  Board Member

Originally from:  Cleveland, Ohio

Now reside in:  Bloomington, IN

Years in the Marching Hundred/RedSteppers:  1973 – 1976

Instrument:  Trumpet

Degrees and dates:  BME ’78  JD ‘07

IUAA Membership Status:  Life Member

Day job: Professor at Kelley School of Business, Sr. Asst. Dir. Marketing and Communications at IU Career Development Center, and Attorney

Other cool stuff we need to know: Former professional musician, avid sailor and bicyclist, attempting to hike/climb to the highest point in all 50 states (31 completed so far)

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Being part of the 1976 Pep Band at the NCAA basketball tournament

Best road trip with Junior Band: Wisconsin

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Enjoy the experience.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: I treasure the time I spent in the Marching Hundred and want to help maintain that experience for today’s students, while also improving the band when possible.  For example, the recent construction of the Ray Cramer Rehearsal Hall and the current campaign to fund the purchase of new ‘matching’ instruments for the band.  I also enjoy helping bring Alumni together to share our unique bond as hundred members and find opportunities to dust off our instruments and perform together again.

Gary Dowty

Gary Dowty
Gary Dowty

Name: Gary Dowty

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Carmel, Indiana

Now reside in: Westfield, Indiana

Years in the Marching Hundred: Aug. 1965 – Jan. 1968

Instrument: Trumpet

Degrees and dates: BS Education, 1972

IUAA Membership Status: Life

Day job: Retired from 35 years working for commercial construction trade associations.

Other cool stuff we need to know: Married to High School sweetheart and an IU grad. Have been participating in Homecoming with Alumni Band since 1973. Missed only 2 years. Season IU football tickets for more than 20 years.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Playing an Eb Coronation Trumpet my first 2 years. Terrible horn but flashy with the banner and always out front. (Just hoped to not cross a tuba on the field.)

Best road trip with Junior Band: Rose Bowl 1968!!!

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Embrace the challenge to be a great team member and a better player than you were in High School.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: Being a member of the Marching Hundred was my “fraternity” at IU. The university is so large you need something smaller to be a part of. The Hundred is that and more. It forced me to become a better player and challenged my physical fitness. It was instrumental in teaching me teamwork and attention to details which is necessary for an excellent performance.

I hope that my involvement in the Alumni Band and MHAC will help others have a positive experience during their years in the Hundred and continue their musical participation throughout their life.

Suzanne Gardner

Suzanne Gardner
Suzanne Gardner

Name: Suzanne Gardner

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Bloomington, IN

Now reside in: Greenville, SC

Years in the RedSteppers: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Instrument: Red Boots

Degrees and dates: BS 2011

IUAA Membership Status: Annual Member

Day job: Partner Relations Manager, United Way

Other cool stuff we need to know: Tap dancer, community volunteer, youth advocate, and dog mom to a golden retriever named Lucy. In my spare time you’ll find me out on hiking trails, traveling, or baking something yummy.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Pasta dinner nights with the RedSteppers

Best road trip with Junior Band: Iowa over Halloween weekend

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Enjoy it now- it doesn’t last long!

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: Marching Hundred made an incredible impact on my life throughout my time at IU. I will always treasure my time standing in line with such a fabulous group of RedSteppers each year. I joined MHAC in an effort to help alumni stay connected with our junior members and to ensure our namesake lives on for future generations.

Kyle King

Kyle King
Kyle King

Name: Kyle King

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Fort Branch, IN

Now reside in: Evansville, IN

Years in the Marching Hundred/RedSteppers: 2003-2006

Instrument: Baritone

Degrees and dates: BS Biology ‘07, OD ‘11

IUAA Membership Status: Life member

Day job: Optometrist

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Vet night of band camp my freshman year.

Best road trip with Junior Band: OSU 2006

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Explore the many places and experiences IU has to offer and stay connected to your alma mater after you graduate.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life:  I had a very positive experience with the Marching Hundred. It helped me form lasting friendships and memories. I hope my service to the Alumni Council will help enrich the experience for future generations.

Brandon Knight

Brandon Knight
Brandon Knight

Name: Brandon Knight

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Elkhart, IN

Now reside in: Bloomington, IN

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1999 – 2003

Instrument: Alto Saxophone

Degrees and dates: BS – Kelley, 2004

IUAA Membership Status: Life Member

Day job: Field Examiner for the Indiana State Board of Accounts

Other cool stuff we need to know: I have a wonderful wife and three kids (twin 4 year old boys and 1.5 year old daughter).  I’m a fan of the Cubs, Colts and all things Hoosiers, huge band nerd (which really goes without saying).

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: 1) Opening night of my rookie camp we went around the alto circle telling a bit about ourselves.  One of our UGS leaders (Jenny Manns!) says they are from Northern Indiana near my hometown and a fellow rookie says “As long as you’re not from Concord!”  I waited until my turn and introduced myself and made sure I included “I’m from Concord.”  He’s one of my best friends now.  2) Tuesday returning vet night was always a rush playing through our charts.

Best road trip with Junior Band: September football game at Kentucky as part of our small Undergraduate Staff Pep Band.  We bussed down, played some tunes, stayed and played through two storm delays for our Hoosiers and had our fans fired up! Lost the game but had a GREAT time! Throw in some fresh Krispy Kremes and a free dry shirt on the ride home and it was a good night (except for the loss).

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Enjoy your time in the band as it will end someday.  Enjoy the summers with only a couple classes going on because sometimes the full-time work gig is difficult when it’s sunny and 75 for three straight weeks.  Study a little harder, and don’t put things off when you actually have the time to do it.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: I joined the Marching Hundred because I always wanted to be involved in music and joining the Hundred made IU feel a little smaller as I got used to college.  I made many friends while in the Hundred as it was of course the biggest group I was involved in.  Although large, it was my own little IU community, and 6 to 8 times a year I got to perform with them in front of our larger IU community, and show off a bit to rival university communities.  I worked hard and did the best I could to make all Hoosiers look and sound good.  I want to continue to help current and future Hundred members take that sound and flash to the fans, while also expanding their community from Hundred classmates to alumni from all over.

Sharon Michael

Sharon Michael
Sharon Michael

Name: Sharon Michael (maiden name: Kobus)

MHAC Board Title: RedStepper Representative

Originally from: Munster, IN

Now reside in: Lexington, KY

Years in the RedSteppers: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983 (Captain, 1983)

Instrument: Red Boots

Degrees and dates: BA Journalism 1984

IUAA Membership Status: Joint membership with spouse

Day job: Development & Marketing Manager Easter Seals Kentucky at Cardinal Hill

Other cool stuff we need to know: Married to Randy Michael, whom I met/dated at IU. We have three adult children; two of our three children have undergraduate degrees from UK and our oldest daughter is an IU grad, McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis). We fly our IU flag proudly in the city of the University of Kentucky (we only cheer for UK during football season)!

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: The opportunity to be part of a large organization at IU that provided entertainment and school spirit at football games. I still remember the excitement of walking into and performing to a packed Memorial Stadium for the first time!

Best road trip with Junior Band: Freshman year, we went on two trips! A day trip to Kentucky and Northwestern for the weekend.

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Being part of the Marching Hundred will be one of your fondest IU memories, so take it all in and enjoy! It’s an incredible opportunity to be part of a group with great tradition, a love for Indiana University, all while gaining lifelong skills of discipline, teamwork and being part of a diverse and large organization. These friendships will last beyond your time in the Marching Hundred, which is why you will enjoy attending Homecoming every fall after graduation and gathering with alumni to sing the IU Alma Mater and fight songs on the field!

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: Being part of the MH and RedSteppers shaped my college years with lifelong friendships, memories for a lifetime and love for Indiana University. As a new member to the MHAC, I am thrilled and honored to serve with a dedicated group who have the passion to keep the Marching Hundred program strong for both current MH and alumni. Through events and communication, the MHAC can connect with alumni for support and giving back in time, talent and treasure to secure the legacy of the Marching Hundred. Alumni engaging with the current MH sets an example that being part of the Marching Hundred lasts well beyond college years!

Les Miller

Les Miller
Les Miller

Name: Les Miller

MHAC Board Title: Board Member

Originally from: Casstown, Ohio

Now reside in: Connersville, Indiana

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975

Instrument: Bass Trombone, Sousaphone

Degrees and dates: BME – 1976

IUAA Membership Status: Life Member

Day job: Retired from teaching 32 years of high school band. Currently substitute teaching, playing/conducting in 4 different bands, judging for ISSMA

Other cool stuff we need to know: Wonderful wife of 39 years, 2 adult children – 1 a Marching Hundred Alumnus, 2 awesome grandchildren, I love watching and following all of the Hoosier teams, the Colts and the Pacers.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Basketball Band in Philadelphia 1976

Best road trip with Junior Band: Wisconsin trip fall 71. Performed and stayed in Griffith Indiana. Game was cold and wet, but such fun.

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Give it your all while you can. You’ll wish you could perform with that intensity the rest of your life!!!

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: My times in the “Hundred” created the most intense memories and established the friendships that last a lifetime. I hope that the activities and planning that we do in the MHAC will help all fellow “Hundred Tigers” to be able to continue and nurture the friendships they have established throughout our times with the “Hundred.” Grrrr!!! IU!

Richard Morley

Richard Morley
Richard Morley

Name: Richard Morley

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Freedom, Indiana

Now reside in: Bloomington, Indiana

Years in the Marching Hundred: 1

Instrument: Tenor saxophone

Degrees and dates: BS English Education, 1971

IUAA Membership Status: Lifetime

Day job: Retired philanthropy executive and entrepreneur

Other cool stuff we need to know: After the Rose Bowl trip, I was committed to living in Southern California. I lived 43 years in Long Beach, CA and retired in Bloomington in 2016.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Rose Bowl trip 1967-68

Best road trip with Junior Band: Michigan, and the stops at Win Schuler’s to eat!

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? The Hundred can be a life changing experience; enjoy your time to the fullest.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: The Marching Hundred experience was life changing for me. As a young kid from rural Southern Indiana, I had never experienced anything outside of Indiana. So, flying to Southern California and all of the activities related to our Rose Bowl trip was an incredible experience. But that experience was a side benefit of being in The Hundred, where I learned about being part of something larger than myself. Since retiring to Bloomington in 2016, I’m devoting my time to supporting IU, and in particular supporting The Marching Hundred. Won’t you join me?

Hope Snodgrass

Hope Snodgrass
Hope Snodgrass

Name: Hope Snodgrass

MHAC Board Title: Member

Originally from: Baltimore, Maryland

Now reside in: Bloomington, Indiana

Years in the Marching Hundred: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

Instrument: Trumpet and Baritone

Degrees and dates: B.A 2010, M.A 2013

IUAA Membership Status: Life Member

Day job: Manager of Development Operations for the IUB College of Arts and Sciences

Other cool stuff we need to know: I love all things Maryland and Baltimore (Go O’s & Go Ravens). I am a SPEA adjunct professor in the Arts Management program. As a student, I was a member of Kappa Kappa Psi.

Favorite Memory during your time in the Junior Band: Every pre-game performance

Best road trip with Junior Band: Freshman year at The Ohio State University

If you could give your Junior Band self some advice, what would it be? Take more pictures. Have the best time. Most things aren’t as serious as they seem.

Why I am a Marching Hundred member for life: I want to help provide current students a positive, life changing opportunity. The Marching Hundred gave me experiences, friendships, and memories that a typical college student does not have. I benefited so much from being a part of this organization that it is only right to give back. I feel that I can provide different points of view and skills that can benefit the Marching Hundred and the Alumni Board.

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