Meredith Carbrey named to Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series® Class XXXIX
Meredith Carbrey named to
Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series® Class XXXIX
Meredith Carbrey, CFP®, a wealth advisor with Bedel Financial Consulting Inc., has been selected to participate as a member of Class XXXIX of the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series® (SKL). Carbrey is one of 25 young professionals to be accepted into this year’s class.
SKL is a highly competitive program that seeks to expand the ranks of community leaders. Participants learn about the broad economic and societal issues specific to central Indiana and are motivated to address those needs as they take on leadership roles within the community.
“I am honored to have been chosen to participate in SKL,” Carbrey said. “Many former participants have honed their leadership skills during the series and later became some of central Indiana’s most prominent leaders. It’s humbling and exciting to be included in this illustrious group, and I look forward to using this opportunity to make a lasting contribution to our region.”
Class members are chosen because of their significant community involvement and professional achievement; their demonstrated interest in community issues; a record of participation and achievement in voluntary community activities; and, their willingness to expand their leadership role in the community.
Judge Sarah Evans Barker of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana will serve as Moderator for the SKL Class XXXIX. To ensure the series is timely, topical and focuses on issues of vital importance to central Indiana, the moderator for each class identifies the issues each class will study.
“During the months ahead, we will explore and grapple with and hopefully deepen our understanding of what it means to live in community and to take responsibility for guiding and shaping our shared future, and in the process strengthen our commitment to its improvement,” Judge Barker said.
Class XXXIX will meet monthly from September through June. Participants will interact with local leaders, professional experts and community decision-makers to discuss issues such as the region’s quality of life, education and economic development.