The Center for the Performing Arts has added six directors to its board of trustees. The directors began their service in July. The new trustees are Henry Camferdam, Bruce Cordingley, Traci Dossett, Mike Drewry, Larry Gigerich and William E. Wendling, Jr. The all volunteer board of trustees for the non-profit arts organization now consists of 31 directors.
The board additions offer invaluable experience, said the Center’s interim President/CEO Frank Basile. “These six civic leaders are shining stars in their respective industries. It is a great honor to welcome their expertise to the Center’s oversight and governance board.”
Camferdam is an entrepreneur and founder of Support Net, which he sold to Arrow Electronics. He previously served on the Capitol Improvements Board, appointed by then Gov. Frank O’Bannon.
Cordingley is President and CEO of the Pedcor Companies, a privately held group of over 200 companies.
Dossett is Chief Operating Officer for Software Engineering Professionals (SEP), a Carmel-based software development company.
Drewry is a Partner in the Carmel, Indianapolis and Merrillville construction, business and litigation law firm of Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP, practicing in construction law and litigation, public contract law and surety law.
Gigerich is Managing Director of Ginovus, a site selection and economic development incentive advisory firm.
Wendling is Partner in the law firm Campbell Kyle Proffitt LLP, practicing in litigation, including both civil and criminal matters, and he is a registered mediator in domestic and civil matters.