Amy W. Piper currently lives in Bloomington, IN with her husband, Clark, and their two children, Bennett and Molly. She is a graduate of Indiana University BA ’96 (double major-psychology and speech and hearing sciences) and PhD 2010 (special education) as well as Marquette University MS ’98 (speech language pathology).
Amy is a licensed and certified SLP and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Speech and Hearing Department at Indiana University. She works primarily with pediatrics and specializes in early childhood, autism, hearing impairment and multiple disabilities. Amy also serves on the Bloomington Faculty Council’s Student Affairs Committee and the Communications Committee for the local chapter of NOW.
When she is not working with children with special needs and their families or training and teaching graduate students in the MA SLP program, Amy can be found on the sidelines watching her children play soccer, at musical concerts, or in some phase of planning or going on vacation.
Jeremy Dilts is a partner in the law firm of Carson Boxberger LLP. He graduated from South Dearborn High School in Aurora, Indiana, in 1993. He graduated from Indiana University in 1996. In 2000, Mr. Dilts graduated from the Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis.
For the last seventeen years, Mr. Dilts has practiced in the areas of municipal civil defense, medical malpractice defense, worker’s compensation, and general civil litigation.
In 2002, Mr. Dilts founded and became the fund advisor to the Vicki Mauricio Dilts Endowment Fund, a charitable endowment dedicated to the integration of fine arts into public school curricula. From 2005-2010 Mr. Dilts was an executive board member for Autism Society of Indiana, serving as Treasurer from 2005-2007 and Vice-President from 2008-2010. He joined the board of the Monroe County Autism Foundation in 2016.
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Ryan Pitner is a lifelong Hoosier and an over 30 year resident of Monroe County. He attended Bloomington High School South and Indiana University where he obtained his degree in Public Finance.
He entered the financial services profession in 1998 and currently works as a financial representative at Bill C. Brown Associates in Bloomington where he helps individuals, families and business with customized insurance and investment strategies.
Ryan has 2 nephews on the autism spectrum which fuels his desire to serve at the local level to raise awareness and support for families dealing with the day to day challenges of this diagnosis.
Ryan has been married to his wife Kelly since 2004 and has 3 children, Jackson, Sydney and Mallory who keep him quite busy with various activities.