Carrie B. Milner and Lori A. Danielson joined the board in February and will serve two-year terms.
Dr. Milner is superintendent of the Cloverdale Community School Corporation. She joined the CCSC administrators' team at the district level in 1998 as special services coordinator and director of transportation.
She earned an educational specialist degree in August 2000 with a concentration in school business affairs. Milner has served the district as assistant superintendent, interim superintendent and superintendent for a total of 11 years.
In addition to a superintendent's license and a secondary administration and supervision license, Milner has a master of science in special education and a bachelor of science in general elementary education. She holds a bachelor's degree, two master's degrees and a doctorate in education and administration from Indiana State University.
Meanwhile, Danielson is vice president of Clabber Girl Corp., a manufacturer of food products and baking ingredients since 1879. Danielson oversees the general operations of Clabber Girl, including strategic planning, marketing, research and development, new product development, purchasing, logistics, inventory management and customer service.
Prior to joining Clabber Girl in 2008, she served in marketing, finance and sales positions in the banking industry, including senior vice president and marketing director for Old National Bancorp. She holds a bachelor of science degree in marketing and finance from the University of Iowa and also attended the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Milner and Danielson join fellow Ivy Tech-Wabash Valley board members: Kenneth Baker, Applied Extrusion Technologies; Daniel T. Tanoos, Vigo County School Corporation; Ed Carmichael, Carmichael Farms; David Doerr, Union Health Systems; Norman Lowery, First Financial Bank; Brock Blinn, Poly-One Corp.; and Donald Ritter, Plumbers & Steamfitters Local 157.