Cara Berg-Raunick is a doctorally-prepared women’s health nurse practitioner and a
lifelong advocate for women’s and sexual health. She currently works as a clinician for
Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK), as well as for the Indiana Coalition
to End Sexual Assault (ICESA), where she serves as the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
(SANE) Training and Resource Coordinator. In 2017 she expanded her clinical practice to
include addiction medicine, and in 2018, helped to open the Center for Opiate Recovery in
Kokomo, providing Medication Assisted Treatment for patients struggling with opiate use
disorder. She teaches regularly in academic and community settings on forensic nursing,
trauma-informed care, sexual and intimate partner violence, and other women’s and sexual
health topics.

In the community, Dr. Berg-Raunick serves on the board of directors for the Indianapolis
Hebrew Congregation. She is also actively involved with the Women’s Fund of Central
Indiana, participating in Options Class 16 and serving on the grants committee since 2017.

She can often be found supporting the students of the North Central High School choir
program and their nationally-recognized choir the Counterpoints, which her husband

Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Dr. Berg-Raunick earned a bachelor’s degree from
Indiana University Bloomington, as well as a master’s and doctorate in nursing from Case
Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2013, she and her husband, Mike, moved
back to Indianapolis where they now live with their two-year-old daughter.