Leadership: ISBA Board of Governors


To improve the administration of justice and promote public understanding of the legal system.

To serve and advocate on behalf of its members, their clients and the public interest as the independent voice of the legal profession.

The Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA) will integrate diverse perspectives into all aspects of its activities and into the fabric of the legal profession of this state. The ISBA believes this commitment is not only essential to the pursuit of our mission "to improve the administration of justice and promote public understanding of the legal system," but it also strengthens our ability to address all our members' needs. This commitment extends to fostering an inclusive work environment that respects, values and supports individual differences.

2018-2019 Board of Governors

President: J. Todd Spurgeon,New Albany
President-Elect: Leslie C. Henderzahs,Noblesville
Vice President:
Michael Tolbert, Gary
Secretary: Michael Jasaitis,Crown Point
Treasurer: Candace Armstrong, Brook
Counsel to the President:
Matthew Light, Indianapolis
First District:
Julie R. Glade, Merrillville
Second District:
Rachel Arndt, Rochester
Third District:
Victoria Wolf, South Bend
Fourth District:
Susan E. Trent, Fort Wayne
Fifth District:
Donna J. Bays, Zionsville
Sixth District:
Russell Cate, Carmel
Seventh District:
Mag. Tammy Somers, Danville
Eighth District:
Jonathan Beau Dial,Evansville
Ninth District: Alyssa Cochran, New Albany
Tenth District:
Scott E. Shockley, Muncie
Eleventh District:
Hon. Caryl A. Dill, Indianapolis
Eleventh District: Sara McClammer, Indianapolis
Eleventh District: TyJuan Garrett, Indianapolis
At-Large District Rep:
Joel Schumm, Indianapolis
At-Large District Rep: Charlotte Westerhaus-Renfrow, Indianapolis
Immediate Past President:
Andi M. Metzel, Indianapolis
Chair, House of Delegates:
Hon. Tim A. Baker, Indianapolis
Chair-Elect, House of Delegates:
Chair, Young Lawyers Section (YLS):
Jacob R. Taulman, Kentland
Observer, Chair-Elect, YLS:
Beau Zoeller , Indianapolis

Articles of Incorporation
House of Delegates Rules of Procedure