The PMICIC Board of Directors are responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction of the Chapter. The board is ultimately accountable for the strategic direction of the chapter. The Board of Directors are volunteers elected from the membership of the chapter and are the voting officers of the chapter.
If you are interested in serving on the Board of Directors or a Committee, contact us about volunteer opportunities.
Casey Adams is an onsite consultant with Black Box Network Services working in the Global Data Center for Roche Diagnostics in Indianapolis, IN where he collaborates with local and international colleagues to deliver infrastructure that powers Roche’s ability to achieve Personalized Healthcare to patients everywhere. Casey was certified as PMP in March 2018 and Professional Scrum Master I in Aug 2019. Casey earned his B.A. in Secondary Education at Franklin College of Indiana where he was a member of the Indiana Delta chapter of Phi Delta Theta and held several officer positions in addition to playing football and baseball. Casey has been a volunteer officer of the Franklin Alumni Club of Phi Delta Theta since 2004, the Chapter Advisory Board for Indiana Delta on and off since 2006, and the Indiana Delta House Corporation 2005 to 2018. He enjoys raising his two girls with his college sweetheart wife, cheering on the Steelers and Dodgers, and spending time continuously learning and developing.
Erika Purlee, PMP
Executive Vice President & Secretary
Originally, from Schaumburg, Ill., but now calls Indianapolis home, Erika is a Project Manager for new launch operations in the education management industry. A certified PMP since March 2014 and a Member of PMI Central Indiana chapter since July 2013, she is also an alumna of Truman State University (BA) and Olivet Nazarene University (MBA). Erika is continually seeking opportunities for professional development, and seeks to implement best practices with project management approaches. In her spare time, she volunteers at St. Monica Catholic Church, Down Syndrome Indiana (DSI), and Newfields (Indianapolis Museum of Art). When not working, volunteering or spending time with her lovely family, she enjoys listening to NPR, gardening, reading, cycling, boating, traveling, and drinking a cup of tea to end her day.
Kelly Sandstrom, PMP, PSM I, Project+
Vice President of Communications
Kelly Sandstrom has over thirteen years of experience in project management, IT and operations in the consulting and tech industries. She graduated from Indiana University Bloomington Kelley School of Business with a Bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems, Business Process Management and Operations Management; and a minor in Math. Kelly currently holds the Project Management Institute Project Management Professional (PMP) certification as well as the Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I), Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), and the CompTIA Project+. Kelly is a Manager in the Project Management Office at Lev, a premier digital consultancy that connects brands to their customers using Salesforce products. In her free time, Kelly enjoys reading as many books as possible, riding her bike, exploring Indianapolis with her husband Scott, and spending time with her two adorable nieces as much as possible.
Gay Lynn Hill, PMP, PSM I, SA
Vice President of Professional Development
Elkhart native Gay Lynn Hill started volunteering for PMICIC August of 2019. In November 2019, she saw a need and eagerly embraced the role of Director of Volunteers in which she served until taking the role of VP of Professional Develop in February of 2021. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Professional Scrum Master I (PSM-I), and Scaled Agile (SA) specialist. Gay Lynn has more than fifteen years in program and project management. She is currently a Program/Project Manager with Tata Consulting Services (TCS), serving a local pharmaceutical company in Indianapolis. Her area of expertise includes but is not limited to software development and implementation for the legal, education, and healthcare industry. Gay Lynn’s compassion towards the well-being of children led her in 2018 to be a volunteer for Marion County as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for the children, where she continues to serve our area. She is a graduate of Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in Public Affairs. Gay Lynn enjoys spending time with family and friends, curling up with a good mystery novel and has a talent for crafting unique occasion gifts for cherished folks.