CCHS Board Members
CCHS Executive Committee
CCHS Board President, Jennifer Hershberger, is a member of the Carmel Historic Preservation Commission, volunteers with the Carmel Farmers’ Market, the Center for Performing Arts, and serves on the Board of Midwestern Roots. She is a nationally recognized, award-winning magazine editor.
Vice President, Debra May, is a lifelong Carmel and fifth-generation Hamilton County resident. She serves as Reunion Liaison and Webmaster for the Carmel High School Alumni Association.
Recording Secretary, Cathie Reamer, is a former CCHS President, a current Board member of the Carmel High School Alumni Association, a volunteer for The Center for the Performing Arts and served on Carmel’s 175th Anniversary Organizational Committee in 2012.
Rosemary Waters, Treasurer, is the President of the International Arts Festival in Carmel and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Carmel Performing Arts Center Foundation.
CCHS Board Members
Eric MD Bell is a licensed funeral director and the manager of Leppert Mortuary Smith Carmel Chapel. He has had a life-long passion for history, music and classic cars. He and his wife Erin are active parishioners at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Carmel.
Nick Davis is a practicing architect and also serves as an advisory member of the Carmel Historic Preservation Commission.
Kelly Hindman CFP® is a financial advisor with Edward Jones in the Arts & Design District in Carmel. He is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Indianapolis, and he and his wife Karen are active volunteers with a number of local organizations.
Melisa Keiser is the owner of Carmel Travel Company and has lived in Carmel most of her life. She is also the Indiana Chapter Director for OSSN, a travel trade association, a member of the Carmel Chamber of Commerce and an active member of the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation Guild.
Christine Owens is the Reference Services Manager at Carmel Clay Public Library and is interested in local history and historic preservation.
Brian G. Poindexter has served as the judge of Carmel City Court since Jan. 1, 2009. He was previously with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office and the law firm of Harrison & Moberly. Brian is an advocate of preservation.
Jan Randall volunteers her time at the CCHS and several other organizations, including the Carmel Clay Public Library, St. Vincent Hospice, IRIS Radio book recordings, and serves as the Chair of Elders at Carmel Christian Church.
Fred Swift, immediate past president, is now an ex-officio member of the Board. He is a columnist for Noblesville Daily Times and the former administrative assistant for Hamilton County Board of Commissioners. He is also a Carmel Clay Republican Club board member.