Project Transformation Indiana is thrilled to welcome 10 new members to Project Transformation Indiana’s Board of Directors!


Amy Barrett is a Philanthropic Giving Analyst at the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership. I believe that the Church can be a cornerstone of a community if it invests in the next generation. Project Transformation’s intentionality of connecting local churches to school-aged children and young adults to build both literacy and community is inspiring.”



Amy Sell is the Minister of Discipleship & Formation at North Church. I have seen PT grow from an idea to reality here in Indiana. I’m so excited to see what the next season of PT Indiana will look like and how it will grow into a sustainable organization that continues to make impacts in schools, neighborhoods, churches, and the lives of children, college students, and congregations.”


Chandler Lawson-Flynn is an Attorney at Church, Church, Hittle, & Antrim. She was first introduced to Project Transformation’s mission through her sister-in-law, Courtney Aldrich Lawson, the Executive Director of Project Transformation Tennessee.


Jennifer Baldwin recently moved to Indianapolis after retiring from serving as Vice President of Human Resources at Dormakaba. “I love the combined programs of childhood literacy coupled with the leadership program for college-age students. And doing this alongside partner churches adds a faith component that is important to me.”


John Fengolio is a Campaign Development Manager for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Previously, he worked for the Boy Scouts of America for 34 years.



Krista Morgan Howard is a Project Director for Indiana Legal Services, Inc. I have a passion for using my talents to serve, equip, and educate families/individuals to better position themselves and have access to information and resources that will elevate their standard of living.”


Matt Bailey works in Sales at Roche Diagnostics. He attends St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, where he first learned about Project Transformation Indiana.



Megan Carder is a 5th grade teacher at the Explorer Academy of Cabell County Schools. She served as an intern for Project Transformation Indiana in Summer 2018 and 2019.


Sarah Flores is the Assistant Director of Kids Ministry at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. “As a former program participant, summer intern and former staff member of Project Transformation, I can say firsthand that the program changes lives for the better. I love the mission of equipping and building up the community to see the good in themselves and to spread that good to everyone.”


Tamarah Brownlee is the Regional Vice President of Human Resources for the Indy Suburban Region of IU Health. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Organizational Leadership.




Project Transformation’s mission is to transform communities by engaging children, college-age young adults, and churches in purposeful relationships.