Board of Directors
Officers of the Board:
President: Rick Adams, Deloitte Services LP
Vice President: Toby Hahn, Badger Daylighting
Secretary: Heather Muston, M.D., Riley Hospital for Children
Treasurer: Keely Spangle, CPA, Deloitte Tax LLP
Board Members at Large:
Kristina Watkins, OTD, University of Indianapolis
Kimberly Bertke, Eli Lilly and Company
Francisco Angulo-Parker, M.D., Riley Hospital for Children
Kelly Stahly, RN, Tendercare Home Health
Todd Clevenger, Hamilton County Government
Lucy Dollens, Quarels & Brady LLP
Dan Lappin, Lappin 180
Eric Huebner, Certus Medical
Rachel Cramer, Lilly USA, LLC
Executive Director: Jamie Mitchell
Francisco “Tanty” Angulo-Parker is a Pediatric Rehabilitation Physician and Division Chief at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, IN.
He began as a counselor with CHAMP Camp in 2008. Many pranks and school years later, Tanty now serves as co-medical director of CHAMP Camp. His combination of medical expertise and counselor mindset help to provide a safe and fun camp!
Tanty is married to his beautiful wife, Daniela, and they share two children. Valeria who is 23 and Santiago, 15. He has a passion for global health and music, and spending time with his family.
Dan Lappin, Founder and President of Lappin180
Dan is passionate about giving back to his community and was quick to agree to serve on the CHAMP Camp board when asked. This is based on Dan’s foundational belief that every child deserves the right to excel and achieve their best, no matter the challenges or obstacles. Like other board members, Dan became aware of the amazing things CHAMP Camp does while attending the Silver Sneaker Ball the past two years.
Dan Lappin is a high-performance sales coach, Founder of Lappin180, author, speaker, and member of the Forbes Coaches Council. His mission is to help professionals evolve their beliefs, process, and mindset to perform at a higher level. His company, Lappin180, teaches professionals how to have conversations that promote positive tension and honesty. His methodologies are founded in psychology and the neuroscience of how human beings develop and measure trust.
When not speaking or coaching, Dan can be found on the golf course, hiking, reading, or traveling and enjoying life with his wife, Dana, and their four children, Grace (19), Jack (19), Kennedy (17), and Kaleb (15).
I was inspired to be a part of Champ Camp after attending my first Sneaker Ball this past year. The stories I heard really impacted me and made me want to dive in and really get involved in the heart of this organization. I have been in the sales sector of medical device for the past 20 years. Seven years ago, I started my own distributorship, Certus Medical with my business partner. I also sit on the board of directors for a software startup, Olio. I have been married to Melissa for 16 years. We have two boys- Cole (12) and Reid (10). I love coaching them in football, lacrosse and basketball. My lifelong passion is downhill skiing. A day on the mountain skiing with my family and a blue sky is my paradise.
Rachel Cramer, Associate Director with Eli Lilly and Company
Rachel joined the CHAMP Camp board in 2023. Her daughter, Claire, had attended camp from 2016 to 2022 which was the best week of the year for Claire. Rachel knows the value of CHAMP Camp to the trach community and wants to help support camp anyway possible. She has attended Silver Sneaker Ball since 2016 and loves to bring all her friends to support and have fun. Rachel has been employed with Eli Lilly and Company since 2000. She has been married to Jeff for 22 years and they have 2 children. They live in Fishers, IN.
Todd Clevenger – Grant Administrator Hamilton County Government
Todd joined the CHAMP Camp board in 2023. Knowing nothing about CHAMP Camp, his first experience with the organization came when he attended the 2022 Silver Sneakers Ball, at the end of which he leaned over to his wife and said, “I have got to find a way to be a part of this amazing organization and its phenomenal mission!”
Todd is currently the Grant Administrator for Hamilton County. Prior to joining the Hamilton County Auditor’s Office in 2018, he served as a healthcare administrator, Chief of Staff for an Alaska State Representative, Director of Marketing for Gleaner’s Food Bank and a Senior Partner in a Marketing and Communication consulting firm.
Todd has been married to Sue for 36 years and they have 3 boys, 3 amazing daughters-in-law and a beautiful granddaughter.
Toby Hahn – Director Total Rewards
Toby Hahn joined the CHAMP Camp board in 2018. Like many, his first exposure to CHAMP Camp came from attending the Silver Sneaker Ball where he felt compelled to find a way to contribute more to this great organization. Currently Toby is a leader in the HR/Total Rewards space currently working for Badger Daylighting, based out of Brownsburg, IN. In his career, Toby has worked for several companies in the total rewards space and has been involved in many key initiatives including Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), organizational spin offs and dozens of merger & acquisitions. In addition to his service on the CHAMP Camp board of directors, Toby also volunteers his time in coaching youth sports for Westfield Youth Sports, Inc (WYSI).
Kristina Watkins, Professor of Occupational Therapy, University of Indianapolis
Kristina started as a counselor with CHAMP Camp in 2003 and hasn’t missed a year yet! In her time with camp, she has also served as Co-Camp Director but her primary role has been Program Director. Kristina’s background as an occupational therapist makes her a great fit in this role. She leads the Program Committee in designing and adapting all the fun activities at camp! Kristina spends her days teaching at the University of Indianapolis School of Occupational Therapy or treating pediatric patients at Community Health Network. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and crazy dog (a Vizsla).
Rick Adams, Client Relationship Executive, Deloitte Services LP
Rick joined the board in the summer of 2006 at the urging of longtime and beloved camp counselor, Brian Burhenn, and served for 12 years. During that time, he was most notably very involved with the planning, execution and fundraising around CHAMP Camp’s annual Silver Sneaker Benefit Ball. Following a three-year sabbatical, Rick rejoined the board in November of 2020 and was elected Board President in January of 2021. He has an unwavering passion for the CHAMP Camp mission and the amazing population of children it serves. Rick and his wife Donna, who has also done amazing work for CHAMP Camp over the years, live in Westfield and have two grown children.
I recently joined the CHAMP Camp board after volunteering at the Silver Sneaker Ball a few years back. I absolutely love everything about the camp, it’s volunteers, and it’s mission. Growing up my best friend had breathing issues from Cystic Fibrosis. She passed away when we were 21. This organization and all it brings to children holds dear to my heart! I’m a CPA at Deloitte, married to my wonderful husband Matt, and recently welcomed triplets (2 girls, 1 boy) into the world!
Kelly Stahly, Director Tendercare Home Health Services
She is a Registered Nurse with 14 years of experience in both acute and home health care. Kelly was first introduced to CHAMP Camp in 2012 by a close friend and colleague, Bobby Flowers who invited her to the Silver Sneaker Ball. After attending the ball in April, she knew that this was an organization that she HAD to be a part of. The summer of 2012 Kelly attended camp as a counselor and she has been involved in some fashion ever since.
Kelly is the mother of three (Taylor- 13, Grace- 2, and Wesley- 1). She and her husband Rob live in Fishers, IN with their 3 Labrador retrievers (Porter, Murphy, & Rye). When they aren’t working and taking care of kids & dogs, Rob and Kelly enjoy Purdue athletics, good food, and hanging out with their large extended family.
Kimberly (Kim) Bertke, Sr. Account Lead with Eli Lilly and Company
Early in Kim’s career, she worked in the not-for-profit world planning and managing fundraising events. In 2010, Kim was working for a small boutique marketing agency and her boss requested volunteers to help with the Champ Camp’s Silver Sneaker Ball. She jumped at the chance to give back to the community because it was something she was missing in her now corporate life. Since then, she has been an integral part in the gala auction committee which includes helping to ensure everything runs smoothly the night of the event. Kim is thrilled to have been considered and now accepted onto the Board where she can continue to further the mission of Champ Camp.