INDIANAPOLIS, August 3, 2018
– The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter announces the election of board members Chris Coudret, Charlotte MacBeth, Melanie Perry and Chris Waters.
Chris Coudret, CLU, ChFC, is Vice President and Chief Distribution Officer for OneAmerica. He oversees distribution and market strategy for all of the OneAmerica Individual Life and Financial Services products. Coudret has been in the insurance industry since 1989 and has successfully served in many sales management and marketing positions, often lending his experience to financial professionals and clients as a speaker on asset-based long-term care products.
Charlotte Macbeth, JD, MBA, is Chief Executive Officer Medicare & Retirement Indiana for United Healthcare. She offers unique skills of generating and executing strategies for continued health organization growth, profitability and quality improvement, and perspective on rapidly evolving nationwide healthcare trends.
Melanie Perry, MS, CADDCT, is Director of Memory Care Support Services for American Senior Communities. She has been caring for those living with diagnoses of Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia for 27 years. Perry also serves as Chair for Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter’s The Longest Day Committee, a signature fundraising event for the national Alzheimer’s Association.
Chris Waters is President and Owner of LUNA Language Services, which provides government, medical facilities, educational institutions, legal offices, non-profits, businesses and individuals with a full spectrum of language services in over 90 languages. In 2016, he was named one of IBJ’s Forty Under 40. Waters has also served on the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter’s The Memory Cup Committee, an annual golf fundraiser.
“We are looking forward to working more closely with key these leaders in the community to further the Alzheimer’s Association in Indiana,” said Natalie Sutton, Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter Executive. “Their personal and professional experiences with Alzheimer’s disease will help us better serve Indiana families facing dementia.”
To see a list of all Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter board members, visit alz.org/indiana
The Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's. For more information, visit www.alz.org.