2018 - 2019 Board of Directors
Matthew Snyder, Chair
Matthew works at DB Engineering in Indianapolis and is a Trustee for Clay Township. He graduated from Carmel High School and attended Purdue University where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. Matthew is a parishioner at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church and an active member at the Columbia Club. Matt served on the Noblesville Township Board, and is a Precinct Committeeman. He is a director of the Carmel Clay Historical Society and the Carmel Clay Republican Club.
Mary Jane Coffing, Vice Chair
Mary Jane is the Director of Study Marketing at Roche Diagnositcs. She attended DePaul and Purdue Universities to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Bacteriology and a Masters Degree in Science - Interdisciplinary Biology. Mary Jane is a Prescinct Committeeman and is an adjunct member of Pearl Institutional Review Board, which advocates for human rights protection in clinical studies.
Kevin Smith, Treasurer
Kevin graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Finance. Kevin is a Regional Chief Credit Officer with First Merchants Bank. Kevin has been on the Janus Board of Directors since 1999 with terms as both Chairman and Treasurer.
Mary Paris, Ex-Officio
Mary is a Registered Nurse and has had the opportunity to practice in five different states. She spent 38 years developing her skills in the areas of perioperative surgery, intraoperative cardiac surgery and trauma surgery. She is also a transplantation organ procurement specialist. Mary retired two years ago and now does volunteer nursing. Mary has two grown children and loves to spend time with them and her dogs, Sophie and Clyde.
Adam Aasen is co-owner of Donatello’s Italian Restaurant in Carmel, a business he started with his parents in 2010. He’s also a former reporter for Current in Carmel, having covered city government for four years. He graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington, where he was editor in chief of the Indiana Daily Student. He also worked for three years in Jacksonville, Florida where he was an investigative journalist for the daily newspaper. He was on the sponsorship committee for CarmelFest and he helped sell SparkButtons in order to pay for the city’s fireworks display. He’s a committee member for HAND Inc., a nonprofit that promotes and provides affordable housing in the county. He recently joined the board for the Carmel Education Foundation, which raises money for Carmel Clay Schools. He is also involved with the Young Republicans of Hamilton County. When Adam isn’t working, he enjoys watching movies. He hosts a weekly movie podcast called “Hamilton County Goes to the Movies” and he’s on a committee for the Heartland Film Festival. Adam’s wife Nicole is a CPA. They have a daughter, two cats and two dogs.
Leigh Ann Clayton
Leigh Ann Clayton, a 14 year veteran of the mortgage lending business is Vice President of sales at Union Savings Bank. A Lexington, Kentucky native and a huge Ky. Wildcat basketball fan, she graduated from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia. Leigh Ann is a past board member of Joy’s House adult day services and a former member of the Carmel Rotary Club. Currently, she serves on the membership committee of One Zone Chamber of Commerce, The Joy Effect Guild and For the Love of Janus Guild. She and her husband Mike have a daughter, McKinley who is an Oncology nurse at University Hospital in Louisville, Ky.
Regina has been an attorney with the Department of Defense for over 30 years. She grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. She attended John Carroll University where she earned a BS in Biology, Franklin University where she earned an MBA and Capital University, where she earned her Juris Doctorate. Regina moved to Indiana in 2007. She is an active parishioner at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. She sings in the Holy Spirit Choir, is VP of her home owners association, sings with the Indy Airs Singers and is involved in charitable endeavors in the community. She enjoys spending her spare time with family and friends.
Michael D. Fogarty
Mike received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Indiana University. He also graduated from the F. B. I. National Academy and the F. B. I. National Executive Institute. He is presently retired, having been a member of the Indianapolis Police Department for 27 years, and was then appointed Chief of the Carmel Police Department, serving the Department and the Carmel community for 15 years. Prior to joining the police department he served his Country as a member of the United Stated Marine Corps.
Throughout his career Mike has served and volunteered on numerous law enforcement related organizations and boards. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors of the Professional Police Officers Credit Union for over 32 years, serving as Board Chair for 12 years.
Mike has one son, Timothy, who was a Deputy on the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Department and is now a member of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
Tony Murray has dedicated his entire career to public service, functioning in the field of safety since 1994. Tony is a licensed paramedic and fire fighter with the Noblesville Fire Department, where he has served with distinction since 1999. Tony helped establish the Hamilton County Professional Fire Fighters Association, an affiliate of the International Association of Fire Fighters, and has been the organization's president since 2005.
Tony is a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge #576, is the 5th District Vice-President for the Professional Fire Fighters Union of Indiana, chairs the PFFUI Emergency Medical Services Committee, and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Indiana University School of Medicine Paramedic Science Program. He is also devoted to a variety of charitable and philanthropic efforts to enhance the lives of Hoosiers. Tony resides in Carmel and in his spare time enjoys traveling, reading, and is a fan of the Indy Fuel and Chicago Blackhawks hockey teams.
Alex resides in Noblesville and is a partner at the Noblesville-based law firm, Church Church Hittle + Antrim. Alex's law practice is a general civil practice, with a focus on litigation. Alex's clients include businesses, individuals, and public school corporations.
Alex grew up in Muncie, Indiana, and is a graduate of Muncie Central High School, Taylor University, and Indiana University School of Law (Indianapolis). Alex serves as a ruling elder of the Session at Grace Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis and previously served as board member and president of Noblesville Main Street, Inc., and board member of the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce. He enjoys spending time with his friends and family, including wife Laura and their four children, and his hobbies include reading, exercise, and playing the piano.
Chrissy Pogue has an extensive background in special education, serving as a life skills teacher for eight years and a Transition Specialist for the past five years. During this time, Chrissy has worked closely with her district's administration to develop a transition program specific to the needs of the students they serve. Under her leadership they opened a new program every year for the first four years of her departments development providing the necessary resources for students to reach their maximum potential. Chrissy works closely with students, families, BDDS, VR, and adult service providers, serves as a co-chair for the Central Indiana Transition Cadre, and participates in many other round table discussion in local and regional areas to help adult service providers learn the needs of students.
Cindy received her B.S. in Public Affairs and her Master of Urban and Environmental Planning from IU. She has worked for the City of Indianapolis, Metropolitan Development Department as a senior comprehensive planner, then as the Ex. Director of the Marion County Wellfield Education Corp., and finally as a senior water resources planner in the private sector. After serving as an Advisory Planning Commissioner and Board of Zoning Appeals member, she was elected as City Councilor At Large in Westfield, where she continues her work for the Westfield community. She serves on a number of committees and assists in many charitable/civic endeavors. Cindy is married to Dr. Andy Spoljaric, a Neurologist for St. Vincent Medical Group. They have one son, Andy, who attends Westfield High School.
Selina has a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University and worked in the engineering field developing software for many years. With the responsibilities of parenting a daughter with special needs, she transitioned to real estate and banking for increased work life flexibility. She currently works for Summit Alternative Investments, a specialty finance firm, in the business development area. She has lived in Hamilton County since 2000 along with her husband, John, daughter Amelia and son, Johann. She took office as Fishers City Council for the Northwest District in 2015. Given that her daughter has special needs, the entire family has assisted with Special Olympics. In 2013, Amelia was able to become a client of Janus.