May 9: Marianne Glick at Indianapolis Arts Center

By on May 4, 2017

The Rotary Club of Indianapolis is proud to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Women in Rotary with a special offsite event. A lovely lunch, catered by MBP Distinctive Catering, will be served in the Ruth Lilly Library on the campus of the Indianapolis Arts Center in Broad Ripple (820 East 67th Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46220). President Sheila Carlson will recognize leaders who have encouraged and empowered women. Philanthropist, artist and business professional Marianne Glick will provide keynote remarks about the importance of women in leadership and philanthropy roles in Indiana.

All are welcome to join us for this celebration, especially former Rotarians and community leaders we admire. Advance reservations required by May 4 at 5:00 p.m. Click here to register now.

Marianne has an entrepreneurial spirit. She was an early pioneer in cable TV, had a home renovation business and her own training/consulting firm. After “retiring”, she began painting and has become an accomplished artist, with paintings being accepted into juried competitions and winning awards in Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Florida.

Marianne currently serves as chairman of the board for the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Family Foundation and TeenWorks. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Gene Glick Company, the Glick Housing Foundation, Central Indiana Community Foundation, Goodwill Industries, United Way of Central Indiana (where she was campaign chair in 2011 and campaign co-chair in 2012).

Marianne has received several awards for her philanthropic efforts in the community including: Community Mentor of the Year from Big Brothers Big Sisters, 2016; Sagamore of the Wabash, 2014; The Michael Carroll Award, 2013; the first Honorary Alumni from Ball State University, 2013; IBJ Woman of Influence Award, 2013; Spirit of Philanthropy Award from Indiana University, 2014; Touchstone Award from Girls Inc. in 2012.

Marianne’s personal mission is to ignite, inspire and direct energy for positive action. What a connection to Rotary!

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