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1828 Project

Coaching the next generation of Indy’s leaders through discussions with urban advocates and one-on-one mentoring.

The 1828 Project, sponsored by Citizens Energy Group, is a civic leadership tract for people between the ages of 18 and 28. Carefully curated and structured to foster intentional relationships with a cross sector of Indianapolis’ thought leaders and decision makers, 1828 jump-starts participants’ civic impact by connecting them with the resources and people who can help them succeed.

We believe these leaders have ideas ready to implement now, not in ten years.

Leadership takes all forms, and Indy requires all types of leaders. The 1828 Project convenes both traditional and non-traditional leaders in an effort to diversify Indianapolis’ unique civic ecosystem. Relationships forged across these sectors – from nonprofit leaders and entrepreneurs to artists and educators – result in a more inclusive vision for the city’s future (and a more representative group of doers and change-makers on the front lines).

Fundamental to the philosophy of 1828 is that these leaders are ready to lead and have ideas ready to implement now. Through 1828, IndyHub will seek to assist in the development of these projects and passions by connecting these individuals with resources and people who can help them fully realize their big ideas.

Have questions about The 1828 Project? Drop us a note at hello@indyhub.org.

 

IndyHub’s 1828 Project Class IX sponsored by Citizens Energy Group

 

1828 Project Class Members

Jamal Abdulrasheed, Class IX
Duchess Adjei, Class VII
Zachary Alexander, Class VIII
Rishard Allen, Class VIII
Jonathan Allinson,  Class I
Scarlett Andrews Martin, Class VII
Chris Baker, Class VII
Meaghan Banks, Class VI
Mariah Barber, Class VIII
Javier Barrera,  Class II
Cy Bennett, Class VII
Thomas Benoist, Class VII
Benjamin Blevins,  Class III
Tyler Bracken, Class VIII
Derrick Braziel,  Class I
Ceceily Brickley, Class VII
Jeffery Burgin, Class IX
Laurie Burns, Class VII
Brian Burtch, Class VI
Cheria Caldwell,  Class IV
Everett Clayton,  Class V
Idamarie Collazzo,  Class IV
Clark Collier, Class IX
Jacqueline Cromleigh,  Class V
Lauren Day,  Class III
Clayton De Fur, Class VIII
MJ Dunne, Class VII
Jessie Eastman, Class VI
Brenda Ewigleben, Class VIII
Lauren George, Class VI
Michael Gillis, Class IX
Devon Ginn, Class VI
Lourenzo Giple,  Class II
Abby Goldsmith,  Class IV
Joe Gramelspacher,  Class IV
Laura Granieri,  Class V
Emma Hagenauer, Class VIII
Joe Hamgeri, Class VI
Patrick Hall, Class IX
Kelly Harris,  Class IV
Marcus Harvey,  Class II
Kelley Heneveld,  Class III
Kristin Hess,  Class I
Emily Hitchcock, Class VII
Jerome Horne, Class VI
Annie Hostetter,  Class I
Bradley Houser, Class VII
Karissa Hulse,  Class I
Denver Hutt,  Class II
Francesca Jarosz,  Class II
Theon Jones,  Class IV
Allie Kast, Class VIII
Emily Kitterman, Class VIII
Jenn Lisak,  Class III
Karla Lopez, Class VI
Mollie Louret,  Class I
Brent Lyle,  Class III
Danicia Malone,  Class III
Aaron Marshall, Class IX
Ashley Mason,  Class II
Brittany Mason, Class VI
Claire Mauschbaugh, Class VIII
Lauren McConnell,  Class V
Lindsay McGuire, Class IX
Jamey McPherson,  Class III
Alex Miser,  Class III
Ashley Miser, Class VI
Claudia Montes-Salinas,  Class IV
Cari Morales,  Class V
Brett Morgan, Class VI
Nick Murray-Vachon, Class VIII
Ashleigh Newbold, Class IX
Diana Ortega, Class VIII
Mark O’Neall,  Class IV
David O’Rourke, Class VI
Joe Perin, Class VII
Guadelupe Pimentel Solano, Class V
Addison Pollock, Class VI
Joey Ponce,  Class V
Allison Potteiger, Class VI
Charlie Redd, Class VIII
Marissa Renaldi, Class IX
Elle Roberts,  Class IV
Sarah Robinson,  Class II
Michael Runge,  Class II
Steven Russell, Class IX
Kamron Sanders, Class IX
Melissa Sargent, Class IX
Brandon Schaaf,  Class III
Emily Scott, Class VII
JD Shuyler,  Class IV
Rachel Skelton,  Class I
Brittany Smith,  Class II
Brian Staresnick,  Class III
Cory Still, Class IX
Greg Stowers, Class VI
Tony Styxx,  Class V
Nate Swick, Class VIII
Susanna Taft, Class IX
Hannah Thomas, Class IX
Erin Till,  Class II
Mayowa Tomori,  Class I
Rita Troyer,  Class II
Molly Trueblood,  Class I
Nicole Vasconi,  Class II
Danielle Vetter, Class VII
Tori Walker, Class VI
Brittany West,  Class V
Ray White,  Class II
Kateri Whitley, Class VII
Brett Williams, Class VIII

THANK YOU TO OUR 1828 PROJECT SPONSORS

To learn how your company can become involved as a sponsor, contact Ashley Miser at ashley@indyhub.org.

Know an outstanding young leader?
We’d love to meet them!

Nominate an 1828er

Nominations are reviewed each spring and class meetings begin in the fall.

 

history of 1828

In 2012, Michael Kaufmann and Molly Chavers set out to create a program for Indy’s young talent– those who were already doing and being in our city– that may not have access to traditional leadership development opportunities in their role.

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