Adam Collins has been a member of the Board of Victory College Prep since 2019. Adam practices as a commercial real estate lawyer in downtown Indianapolis with the law firm of Wallack, Somers, & Haas, P.C. after previously spending eight years with the administration of Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. Adam is a 2002 graduate of Wabash College and a 2006 graduate of the Indiana University – McKinney School of Law. In addition to Victory College Prep, Adam serves on the Board for the Indy YMCA at the Athenaeum and for a real estate entity benefitting his fraternity.
VIRTUAL BOARD NOTICE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
VICTORY COLLEGE PREP LOCAL BOARD
General Board meeting times
The VCP Board of Directors meets the last Tuesday of every month beginning at 5:30pm on-site at Victory College Prep's campus.
All meetings are open-door and are available to the public.
Victory College Prep
1780 Sloan Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46203
Standing board meeting times
The committees below meet once per month via Zoom to discuss targeted content related to the school. To attend, please contact the Committee Chairs listed below:
Academics - John Marshall - Last Monday of the Month, 11am
Development - Marcie Brown-Carter - 3rd Monday of the Month, 4pm
Finance - Ron Sandlin - Last Tuesday of the Month, 1pm
DEI - Joseph Myers - First Monday of the Month, 4:30pm
Board Minutes and FinanciaLs
Victory College Prep is a public charter that takes pride in keeping our community and families informed and operates with total transparency. Feel free to view all board meeting information and financial documents at your convenience:
July Board Minutes
August Board Minutes
September Board Minutes
October Board Minutes
April Board Minutes
May Board Minutes
June Board Minutes
Marcie Brown-Carter has the honor to work with charter schools across the state at the Indiana Charter School Network. ICSN provides services and policy advocacy for charter schools all over Indiana. Prior to her current role, she has spent her career in education policy at the state and federal levels. She holds a BA and JD from Indiana University Bloomington and Indiana University Maurer School of Law. She lives in downtown Indianapolis with her husband and two sons.
Ron currently serves as the Senior Director for School Performance and Transformation with the Indiana State Board of Education. He began his career as an elementary teacher in Indianapolis. Ron has taught in both traditional public and public charter schools. He brings to the Board his background as an educator and passion for providing high quality educational opportunities to all students.
Dr. John Marshall teaches improvement science and organizational learning in the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development. He is also a Professor in Residence at William Paterson University’s College of Education. Prior to joining the faculty, Dr. Marshall led regional school improvement efforts for the State of New Jersey Department of Education and previously served as the Executive Director of a nonprofit in Indianapolis focused on retaining and empowering early career educators. He also was the national Director of Curriculum and Assessment (9-12) and the national Director of Data Management and Analysis for a network of charter schools. He holds a doctorate in education policy from Vanderbilt University, an MBA from the University of Notre Dame, and a Bachelor of Arts in government with a citation in romance languages from Harvard University. He has served on the board of Victory College Prep since 2012 and has been involved with the school since 2009.
Ezra Burdix is the President and Founder of DTM Real Estate Services with over 25 years of local real estate experience. His experience includes land title, real estate valuation, brokerage, property management and receiver services. He is ultimately responsible for overseeing what DTM does as a firm which includes Development, Property Management/Receiver services and Project Management services. He leverages his vast hands on knowledge and experience to facilitate profitable transactions for DTM and its customers. This broad knowledge of the complete real estate process affords him the right perspective of analysis, problem solving, and consulting services, that add value to each and every endeavor.
Tyler Kendrick is an Internal Auditor for Eli Lilly and Company who assess the risk, design, and execution of controls for internal and external organizations based on internal policies and external regulations. Originally from Washington, DC – Maryland Area, Tyler has lived in Indianapolis for five years since graduating from Winston-Salem State University with bachelor’s degrees in finance and economics. Prior to becoming an internal auditor, Tyler worked as a senior financial analyst supporting Research and Development for Eli Lilly. In addition to her work, Tyler leads local and national diversity and inclusion efforts for Eli Lilly through recruiting and community partnerships. She currently chairs Lilly’s partnership with Center for Leadership Development, creating a pipeline for Indianapolis-based minority talent for career and mentorship opportunities within the healthcare industry. Tyler is passionate about education and considers it one of her life purposes, as she comes from a family of lifetime educators.
Joseph graduated with his BA in English in 2014 from Manchester University and a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Spalding University in 2019. He grew up in the suburbs of Indiana but left his home state to partake in his 2014 Teach For America (TFA) corps. After returning to Indianapolis in 2016, Joseph worked as a Teacher Leadership Development Coach on the TFA Indy staff for two years and worked on the Talent team for one year. Joseph knew his passion was with teaching and with students; as such, he transitioned off of the TFA Indy team and now works for the Domestic Violence Network. In his role, he teaches classes to students across the state of Indiana on healthy and unhealthy relationships, teen dating violence, communication and consent, and identity development.
Molly Deuberry Craft spends her professional days as the communication director for the Indiana Attorney General’s Office. She has nearly two decades of experience in government and non-profit sectors, including roles at the Indiana Department of Education and Indiana State Board of Education. A native of Northwest Indiana, Molly graduated from Huntington University with a degree in History and Communications. She lives in Indianapolis with her family.