Dr. Richard B. Gunderman is a professor at Indiana University, faculty president at Indiana University School of Medicine and serves as vice chair of radiology in the Indiana University Honors College. A 1979 graduate of Thomas Carr Howe High School, Dr. Gunderman is a nine-time recipient of the Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award.
After graduating from Broad Ripple High School in 2004, George Hill’s dream of playing professional basketball became reality. Drafted by the San Antonio Spurs in the 2008, Hill is now a point guard for the Indiana Pacers and the fifth all-time leading scorer at his alma mater, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).
Zilthia Mae ‘Z Mae’ Jimison was the first African American woman to serve as a Superior Court judge in Marion County. A 1961 graduate of Shortridge High School, Jimison served on the Indianapolis City-County Council, was a mayoral candidate and pioneered Indiana’s Drug Treatment Court.
Andre B. Lacyis the president of Lacy Diversified Industries (LDI), a Forbes-ranked company specializing in wholesale distribution. A 1961 graduate of Shortridge High School, Lacy was appointed Chairman of the Indiana State Fair Commission in 2009.
Maria M. Quintana is a principal architect of JPMorgan Chase’s national model for serving government, not-for-profit and health care entities. Quintana played a key role in building the Chase Legacy Center on the campus of her alma mater, Arsenal Technical High School. She is a member of the class of 1975.