Angela Carr Klitzsch has joined Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) as grants officer. In her role, she focuses on grants awarded (grantmaking) to health and human services organizations.
Klitzsch is a graduate of The University of Notre Dame, where she earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy and history. Klitzsch studied abroad at the American University in Cairo and subsequently joined the Peace Corps, serving as a health education volunteer in Moldova from 2000-2002. Upon returning to the United States, Klitzsch lived in Washington, D.C., working in the private sector as a consultant to the credit union industry. In 2004, she returned to Indiana to pursue a master's degree in public affairs and a master's degree in philanthropic studies at Indiana University. Prior to joining CICF, Klitzsch worked as a program associate at The Clowes Fund.
Mary Booth Miller Stanley, J.D., has joined Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) as senior gift planning advisor. In her role, she works with individuals and families and their professional advisors to enable them to develop, implement and achieve their charitable goals, both during their lifetime and as a legacy.
Stanley is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of University of Arizona and graduated magna cum laude from Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis. Prior to joining CICF, she was a partner at Baker & Daniels law firm, where she practiced law from 1982-1998.
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