A native Hoosier, Michelle Study-Campbell is a graduate of Marian University and has her Masters of Public Affairs from Indiana University.
With 20 years of experience in government and nonprofit leadership, Michelle found her passion for community service at an early age. Her first project, organizing the 6th grade book drive for a local shelter, sparked a fire that has driven her into community service ever since. Michelle recently served as President of the Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI) for the 2015-2017 term, has been recognized for her community leadership as a member of the 2013 Indianapolis Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and is a graduate of Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Class XXXV. She previously served as CEO at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Indiana for over four years leading the organization through unprecedented growth. She is currently serving as the first ever director of Youth Protection for Kiwanis International.
Michelle enjoys spending time with her husband Michael and daughter/budding philanthropist Rosemary Catherine, in her spare time baking, crafting and figure skating feed her soul and fill her social media feed.