FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 25, 2016
INDIANAPOLIS – The board of directors for Legacy House, an Indianapolis nonprofit agency that provides counseling and advocacy services to adults and children who are victims of violence, announces the election of officers.
Kristina Korobov (Chair), the Honorable James Osborn (Vice-Chair), Pamela Humes (Secretary), and Christopher McCauley (Treasurer) were elected to two-year terms.
Korobov is an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana and a former special crimes prosecutor with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. Osborn serves as a judge of the Marion Superior Court; Humes is the Director of Covering Kids and Families of Central Indiana; and McCauley is a financial planner and principal with the Strategic Planning Group, Inc.
The Legacy House board of directors also appointed Kevin Tichenor to a four-year term on the board ending in 2020. Tichenor is with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office where he works with non-custodial parents to ensure their compliance with child support obligations. He also has experience working on crime prevention and faith-based initiatives to address the community impacts of crime.
Legacy House offers a wide range of services for victims of violence, including crisis intervention, individual and family trauma counseling, support groups, victim advocacy and social service referrals. Legacy House services are free.
“Our board is diverse and active and dedicated to our mission of engaging people at what may be the worst time in their lives,” said Michael Hurst, executive director of Legacy House. “I am humbled by their commitment to service.”
Legacy House is located on the lower level of the Eskenazi Health Center North Arlington, 2505 N. Arlington Ave., on the east side of Indianapolis. To learn more about Legacy House, visit www.Legacy-House.org or call 317-554-5272.
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