Susan G. Komen® Central Indiana Announces New Executive Director

Press Release updated: Oct 26, 2017 11:00 EDT

Jill Madinger is joining the team at Susan G. Komen Central Indiana as the executive director. Her first day will be Monday, October 30, 2017.

Madinger will replace Natalie Sutton, who served in the role for more than three years.

“We are pleased to have Jill join the Komen team,” said Komen Central Indiana Board President Tory Castor. “Her executive leadership, fundraising ability and experience engaging volunteers in meaningful ways make her uniquely qualified for this role. She will be a welcome addition in our fight against breast cancer.

I am honored to join an organization as renowned as Susan G. Komen. I look forward to joining the fight to find the cures.

Jill Madinger, Incoming Executive Director, Komen Central Indiana

Madinger has experience developing and implementing strategic sales, marketing and mission initiatives, delivering high-impact solutions that advance organizational goals.

Most recently, Madinger was executive director of Million Meal Movement, a nonprofit organization dedicated to feeding the hungry in Indiana and offering meaningful volunteer experiences for community members. Earlier this month, the organization hosted its seventh annual Million Meal Marathon at Lucas Oil Stadium. Madinger currently serves on the Board of Directors and assisted with this project.

Madinger’s previous roles also include Senior Director of International Growth and Education at Kiwanis International and Account Executive at Pillar Group Risk Management. 

Born and raised in Indiana, Madinger lives in Carmel with her 17-year old daughter, Ellen.

“I am honored to join an organization as renowned as Susan G. Komen,” said Madinger. “I have personally seen the devastating effects of this disease on family and friends.  The volunteers and staff of Komen Central Indiana have worked tirelessly to make a difference for breast cancer patients and their families. I look forward to joining the fight to find the cures.”

Madinger will play a critical role in the fight against breast cancer. She joins Komen Central Indiana to focus on helping the organization achieve its bold goal, increase donor engagement and continue delivering its mission to save lives by meeting critical needs and investing in breakthrough research.

Contact:                                                                                             
Liz Mensching
Susan G. Komen Central Indiana Communications Manager
(317) 252-0468 
[email protected]

About Susan G. Komen® and Komen Central Indiana

In the fight to end breast cancer, we are central Indiana’s locally led and empowered affiliate of Susan G. Komen®—a global organization whose name is synonymous with the cause. Susan G. Komen is the world’s largest breast cancer organization, funding more breast cancer research than any other nonprofit while providing real-time help to those facing the disease. Susan G. Komen Central Indiana works locally to improve outcomes for those facing breast cancer throughout 41 counties in central Indiana.  For more information, call 317-638-2873 or visit komencentralindiana.org. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

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Source: Susan G. Komen Central Indiana

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