Tyler Harris was named the Executive Director for Hoosiers For Good in March 2022 after spending the last four years working in the Indiana University (IU) Athletic Department.
Most recently, as Associate Athletic Director, Tyler oversaw the day-to-day operations of the Office of Compliance Services (OCS), while also being the primary compliance contact for football and men’s and women’s basketball. Additionally, Tyler was involved in all name, image and likeness matters at IU.
Pete Yonkman is president of Cook Group and Cook Medical in Bloomington, Indiana. He has been with the company for nearly 20 years, starting in 2001 as in-house counsel. Pete has served in a variety of roles for Cook, including leading one of the local manufacturing sites and as executive vice president for 10 business units. Pete was named president of Cook Medical in 2014 and in 2015 added the role of president of Cook Group.
Pete is a born and bred Hoosier originally from Crown Point, Indiana. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Indiana University and earned degrees in psychology and philosophy. He graduated with his law degree from the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University in 1998. Pete is actively involved in community issues, including adult education, workforce development, fostering start-ups, and creating a business culture that supports entrepreneurs.
He lives in Bloomington with his wife, Janell, and their two boys, Leo and Vic.
Indiana University alumnus Calbert Cheaney, a current assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers, has a storied Indiana basketball background. Originally from Evansville, Indiana, Calbert played basketball at IU for four seasons, from 1989-93. He was a three time All-American and is the Big Ten’s all-time leading scorer with 2,613 points. He went on to play 13 NBA seasons.
Calbert served as the director of operations and development for Indiana Basketball from 2011 to 2013, and continued his coaching career at St. Louis University from 2013-2016. Prior to joining the Pacers, Calbert spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the College Park Skyhawks, Atlanta’s G-League affiliate.
Calbert and his wife, Yvette, have two children, Julian and Sydney.
Allison Jorden graduated from Indiana University with a degree in finance, accounting, and real estate from the Kelley School of Business in 2020 and a master’s degree in data science from the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering in 2021. While at IU, Allison was the captain of the IU women’s soccer team, president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, and served as the student-athlete representative on the Athletic Director Search Committee. Her campus involvements also included serving as a member of the Board of Aeons and founding the student organization Everybody Plays, which creates opportunities for athletes with disabilities to experience sports and physical wellness.
Allison is an associate with Boston Consulting Group.
Jane DeHaven graduated from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in 1989 with a degree in marketing. She’s currently the president and dealer principal at DeHaven Chevrolet in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Prior to running the dealership, Jane helped grow her father’s business, Indiana Corrugated, from 1989 to 2014 as its vice president of Sales and Marketing.
Jane has one amazing daughter, and at many times during her life, she held more than one job. Family means everything to Jane and is now incorporated in the dealership’s tagline: One Family, One Focus, One Goal. Jane has served and continues to be an active member on several boards and steering committees in Fort Wayne resulting in millions of dollars raised for local charities. Many of her friends refer to her as “Jane of all Trades” and consider loyalty and resilience as her most valuable attributes.
Matt, a Bloomington native, is a 1989 graduate of Indiana University. He was previously the CEO of CareerBuilder, and currently serves as the chairman of the CareerBuilder board. During his time as CEO, Matt transformed CareerBuilder into a world-class organization with the convergence of advertising, software, and data. The global company now offers labor market intelligence, talent management software, and other recruitment solutions.
Matt also holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a JD from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law.
President & CEO, Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana
Kent A. Kramer joined Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana in 2002 as Vice President of Retail Operations, later serving as Chief Operating Officer. In 2015, he was named President and CEO. Kramer leads 4,350 employees (two-thirds of whom have a significant employment barrier) who educate more than 4,500 students in 16 high schools and provide direct services to more than 2,000 low-income families in central and southern Indiana.
A proud alumnus of Indiana State University, Kent holds a Bachelor of Science degree in management and serves on the university’s Alumni Association Board. He also holds an MBA from the Falls School of Business at Anderson University. Kramer is a 2010 graduate of the Goodwill Industries International Executive Development Program and serves on the School of Business and Information Technology Advisory Board for Purdue University Global. Kramer was elected to serve on the Goodwill International Board of Directors in 2019 and in 2022 joined the Hoosiers for Good Board of Directors. Kent is an active member of the Rotary Club of Indianapolis.
Prior to joining Goodwill Kramer spent 13 years in multi-unit leadership positions with Sam’s Club and Kmart across several states. Kramer resides in Pendleton, Indiana with his wife Jamei. The proud parents of four adult children, Kent and Jamei love the outdoors and find joy anytime they can spend time hiking, kayaking and camping.
Mick is chief employment counsel for numerous international and domestic companies engaged in various industries, including manufacturing, real estate, banking, construction, education, entertainment and high tech. He concentrates his practice in all aspects of labor and employment law, with a particular emphasis on prevention and defense of employment litigation. His practice includes employment litigation in federal and state court at the trial and appellate level throughout the United States, defending employment discrimination charges, drafting personnel policies and practices, handling wage and hour matters, developing employee drug testing programs, drafting affirmative action programs, drafting employment contracts, drafting and enforcing employee non-compete and confidentiality agreements, counseling clients on plant closing, work relocation and reduction in force issues, and defending labor arbitration and unfair labor practice charges. He also routinely counsels clients on day-to-day personnel issues and frequently provides clients with in-house training on an array of employment matters.
Mick has significant experience representing colleges and universities in employment litigation matters including Title IX, discrimination, harassment, breach of contract and tenure. He also provides Title IX training and conducts workplace investigations for schools and athletic departments.
Mick also has extensive experience in handling complex commercial and business disputes, including cases involving securities laws, antitrust laws, corporations and partnership law, unfair business practices and other general business and corporate matters.
Mick was lead litigation counsel for the City of Indianapolis in its contested acquisition of Indianapolis Water Company before the Utility Regulatory Commission.