President: Keeter Sechrist, M.D.
Dr. Sechrist is a recently retired Dermatologist having worked and been a partner at Dermatology, Inc. for 34 years. She is a member of numerous professional organizations including the American Academy of Dermatology, Society for Pediatric Dermatology, Indiana State Medical Association, and the Indianapolis Medical Society. She was recognized by the American Academy of Dermatology in April 2009 as a “Member Making A Difference” through her work with Outrun the Sun, Inc.
Vice President: Steven T. Holland
Steve Holland is Vice President of Commercial Mortgage Loans and Real Estate at OneAmerica Financial Partners, Inc. Prior to his affiliation with OneAmerica, he was employed by the Travelers Insurance Company in Chicago and Cincinnati. He is a board member of the Chartered Realty Investor Society and a former board member of Junior Achievement of Central Indiana, the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership, and the Life Mortgage and Real Estate Officers Council. He is a graduate of Miami University and received his MBA from Indiana University.
Treasurer: L. Scott Hainey
Scott Hainey is a marketing and communications executive with more than three decades of experience, including 20 years in television broadcast management. He has served on the CBS Promotion Caucus, Inside Edition Affiliate Advisory Board and the National Broadcasters Association Speakers Bureau. A native and life-long resident of Indianapolis, Scott also actively volunteers for many civic, community, neighborhood and arts organizations, serving on various committees and boards. In addition to Outrun the Sun, he currently serves on the board of directors for the FBI Indianapolis Citizens Academy Alumni Association. He is a past board member of the Salvation Army, Footlite Musicals, and the University of Indianapolis’ Department of Communication.
Secretary: Jennifer Patton Sarno
Jennifer Sarno is a co-founder of Outrun the Sun, Inc. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS, Indiana Association of Realtors and the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors. She is affiliated with Highgarden Real Estate – The Carrie Holle Group. Jenny actively supports her son’s sporting teams at Indiana University, her alma mater. As a breast cancer survivor, she has a special interest in fostering medical research. Jenny and her husband have a blended family with three children and reside in Carmel.
Maria C. Bell is a recent graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine. She developed a passion for Dermatology during her exposure to the field through basic science research in atopic dermatitis. She matched into residency in Dermatology at Indiana University and will be completing her intern year at St. Vincent in Indianapolis. Maria was a member of the Outrun the Sun (OTS) Race Against Melanoma Planning Committee and also served on the organization’s 15-year Celebration Planning Committee. Maria’s involvement as a volunteer with Outrun the Sun was a meaningful part of her time in medical school and she looks forward to continuing to serve OTS and the skin cancer community through her board involvement.
Jiali Han, Ph.D.
Jiali Han, PhD, is a professor and chair of the Department of Epidemiology at the Indiana University (IU) Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health. He is also the Rachel Cecile Efroymson professor of cancer research at the Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center at IU. Prior to his affiliation with IU, Dr. Han was an associate professor of epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health, and associate professor of medicine and dermatology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He has been the principal investigator on numerous NIH grants and leads genetic and molecular epidemiology studies of cancer etiology, prevention, outcome and global health. Currently, he leads the post-“genome-wide association study” collaborative effort on integrative and functional analysis of genetic variants associated with skin cancer. He has also played a leading role in international collaborative consortia on pigmentary traits, skin and lung cancers.
Nancy Richards Hanley, RN
Nancy recently retired after a 41-year nursing career in the Indianapolis community. She continues to use her specific areas of expertise to help those in need. Nancy has been an active volunteer in The Junior League of Indianapolis, St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild and the Patachou Foundation. In addition to her nursing licensure, she holds a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University. A melanoma survivor, Nancy has a passion to contribute to the prevention and cure of skin cancer.
Lisa Kaminski is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Personal Trainer and Medical Assistant. She is the former Operations Manager for Dermatology, Inc. and was Practice Administrator for a specialty surgery office. She has served as a board member for the Boys and Girls Club of Hancock County and has been a member of Tri Kappa. Some of her volunteer involvement include Carmel International Arts Festival, Super Bowl, and American Dermatology for Managers. She volunteers at Saint Vincent de Paul food pantry. She currently works at Dawes Fretzin Dermatology Group. As a melanoma survivor, she is passionate to help educate and find a cure for skin cancer.
Jonna Kane MacDougall, J.D.
A co-founder of Outrun the Sun, Jonna MacDougall has served as an assistant dean at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law since 1990, where she has been involved in fund raising, marketing, alumni programs, continuing education, and media relations. Formerly executive director of a state scholastic press association, she was an assistant professor of journalism at Franklin College, where she taught media law and ethics. MacDougall is a past president of the Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, and a past president of the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame. In 2007, she was an inaugural recipient of the IUPUI campus Community Engagement Award for her work with Outrun the Sun. Photo: Tiffany Studios
As a fifth generation Hoosier, Matt Morris carries on his family’s passion for community involvement. Matt followed in his mother’s footsteps to study journalism at Indiana University (IU), later writing for a Michigan newspaper and Outdoor Indiana magazine. Later in his career, he managed publications and public relations for the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, where he interacted with several prominent Indianapolis philanthropists. This experience inspired Matt to pursue a career in fundraising. He has been a gift officer for the IU Foundation, Kiwanis International Foundation, Franklin College and Butler University. He serves on the 500 Festival Mini Marathon race committee and consistently helps with the Corporate Challenge, Monumental Marathon, and triathlons. Matt met his wife, Jenny, running one morning outside Hinkle Fieldhouse on the Butler University campus. They have been married 28 years and have two daughters, Abby and Emma.
Samantha (Chapman) Morton
Samantha Morton is the Indiana State Director at The Humane Society of the United States. She was previously the Business Services Division Attorney and Special Counsel for Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson. Samantha graduated from Manchester College in 2012 magna cum laude and earned her J.D. in 2015 from Indiana University McKinney School of Law. After law school, Samantha was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Paul Mathias on the Indiana Court of Appeals and in private practice defended businesses in complex employment matters before joining the Secretary of State’s office. She is on the Board of Directors for the Friends of Indianapolis Animal Cares Services Foundation and Beyond Monumental. In her free time, she enjoys running and spending time with her rescue dogs.
Trent Morton is Corporate Counsel for Hydro-Gear LP. Previously, he was an associate for Faegre Baker Daniels LLP. In addition to his work with Outrun the Sun, Trent is a member of the Brebeuf Jesuit Alumni Association Board of Directors, the Indianapolis Bar Association IP Section Committee, and the Society for American Baseball Research Oscar Charleston Chapter Board. He also volunteers for School on Wheels Indianapolis. Trent is a graduate of Purdue University and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
Susan L. Smith
Susan L. Smith is an active community volunteer who has served in a leadership capacity for many notable organizations in the Greater Indianapolis area. Smith was a member of the Women’s Fund Advisory Board and also has been involved with the Junior League of Indianapolis, Children’s Museum Guild, St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild, Park Tudor Mother’s Association, Dress for Success, Teach for America, and the Indianapolis Zoo.
Kim Stickney is a long time Indianapolis area resident and retired RN. She and her husband had a national home health care company serving individuals with hemophilia, immune deficiency and other rare chronic diseases. Her husband was diagnosed with ocular melanoma in 2007 and passed away in 2013. Other members of Kim’s family also have been touched by melanoma. Kim has volunteered with various organizations including Girl Scouts, The American Red Cross, and as a Board member with the Humane Society of Indianapolis. She also served on the Board of Directors at Park Tudor School and volunteered for many years on the Development Committee.
Mary J. Tempel, N.P.
Mary Tempel is a retired nurse practitioner who served as a registered nurse for nearly 50 years. She has an MSN degree from the Indiana University School of Nursing. Tempel served on the staff of Dermatology Incorporated for 19 years where she had direct experience with melanoma and other skin cancers. She serves on the Executive Advisory Committee of the Sisters of St. Benedict in Ferdinand. She was named a Top 100 Legacy Leader by the Indiana University School of Nursing and was honored with the Spirit of Philanthropy Award. Tempel is a supporter of a number of other philanthropic organizations including the Indiana Repertory Theater, Conner Prairie and the American Red Cross. She also is a member of several professional organizations.
Ken Ungar is the President and Founder of CHARGE, a sponsorship marketing agency based in Indianapolis. He is a member of the American Marketing Association, Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development and the Sports Lawyers Association. He has held a certification from the NFL Players Association as a Certified Contract Advisor. Ungar also has held positions as Chief of Staff and Senior Vice President of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar, Deputy Chief of Staff to Indiana Governor Evan Bayh and Associate Attorney at Ice Miller. He is a graduate of Indiana University and Columbia University School of Law.