DOROTHY CHEESMAN AWARD - 2017 - AWARDED TO SUSIE BREMEN FROM NORTH CENTRAL HS
Given annually to a member who has distinguished himself or herself by exemplary service to students in their search for post-secondary education. Dorothy Cheesman Award winners must have a minimum of five years of significant IACAC membership experience as a committee member, a committee chairperson, or an officer in IACAC or NACAC.
Award winners must be nominated by peers. Members of the IACAC Nominating Committee, chaired by IACAC Past President, Matt Moody, will determine the award winner after reviewing all nominations.
2016 – Pam Price, Center Grove High School 2003 – Mary Pat Nolan, St. Mary’s College
2015 – Terry Knaus, Indiana University 2002 – Mark Weigand, University of Indianapolis
2013 – Mitch Warren, Purdue University 2001 – Jack Tonk, William Wirt High School
2012 – Bart Harvey, Valparaiso University 2000 – Bill Murray, Purdue University
2011 – Earl Macam, Chatham Hall 1999 – Marge Laycock, North Central High School
2010 – Lana Klene, Lawrence North High School 1998 – Bob Birchfield, University of Indianapolis
2009 – Nancy Herndon, Hamilton S. E. HS 1997 - Scott Gillies, ICPAC
2008 – Ron Wilks, University of Indianapolis 1996 – Mary Ellen Anderson, Indiana University
2007 – Mike Donohue, IUPUI 1995 – Herb Fairfield, Indiana University
2006 – Chuck Howard, Rose-Hulman Inst.of Tech. 1994 - Judy Blough, Danville High School
2005 – James Stradling, West Central High School 1993 – Marilyn Deering, Broad Ripple High School
2004 – Joyce Heckman, Columbus East HS 1992 – Paul East, Jasper High School
LETICIA CAMPODONICO AWARD - 2017 - AWARDED TO CATISHA TONEY FROM GARY LIGHTHOUSE CPA
Presented to an individual who has encouraged and supported underrepresented and underserved students in their transition from high school to college. Award winners must be nominated by peers and a member of IACAC. Members of the Inclusion, Access, & Success Committee will determine the award winner after reviewing all nominations.
The recipient of the award will also receive a $250 monetary stipend, which was sponsored by the family of Leticia. Presentation will be made at 2017 Congress.
2016 – Jon Riester, Hanover College
2015 – Claudia Suarez, Purdue University 2005 – Mona Bowe, Saint Mary’s College
2013 – Charles Haynes, Ball State University 2004 – Velma Wade, Ivy Tech Comm. College
2012 – Beth Petrie, Lawrence University 2003 – Walter Blake, Wabash College
2011 – Shenita Piper, Earlham College 2002 – Larry Gonzalez, Indiana University
2010 – Ivan Hernandez, Ivy Tech Comm. College 2001 – Janet Huck, Emmerich Manual High School
2009 – Joy Borden, Crispus Attucks Medical 2000 – Carolyn Upshaw, Lawrence North High School
2008 – Brenda Bassi, University of Indianapolis 1999 – Roger Baylock, Purdue University
2007 – Dexter Jordan, Rose-Hulman Inst.of Tech. 1998 – David Davis, Ball State University
2006 – Kimberly Stewart-Brinson, IUPUI 1997 – Leticia Campodonico, Ivy Tech Comm. College
IACAC SERVICE AWARD - 2017 - AWARDED TO LISA NORTON FROM ROSE-HULMAN
Given to a member who has distinguished himself or herself by exemplary service to the Indiana Affiliate. IACAC Service Award winners must have a minimum of 10 years of significant membership experience as a committee member, a committee chairperson, or an officer in IACAC or NACAC. Award winners must be nominated by peers. Members of the IACAC Nominating Committee, chaired by IACAC Past-President, Scott Ham, will determine the award winner after reviewing all nominations.Nomination Form
2016 - Brandy Candler, Ivy Tech
2015 - Cindy Parshall, Earlham College
2013 - Jack Tonk, William Wirt High School
RISING PROFESSIONAL AWARD- 2017 - AWARDED TO MICHAEL LIPPHARDT FROM INDY LIGHTHOUSE CPA
Honors individuals that exemplify excellence in and dedication to serving the needs of students in the transition from high school to college. Nominees must have less than 5 years of experience in admissions/guidance and be involved within IACAC.
2016 - Kelly Meyer, Rose-Hulman
2015 - Jasmine Rodriguez, University of Indianapolis
2013 - Will Patch, Manchester University
2012 - Lindsay Gross, Fishers High School