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Indiana Bar Foundation Civics Summit Presenter’s Information

Dr. David Bobb

David Bobb joined the Bill of Rights Institute as president in 2013 and has worked for twenty years at the intersection of civic engagement and education reform. Having taught courses in American politics and public policy in the history and political science departments of Boston College and Hillsdale College, he was also founding director of a national civic education program for high school teachers at Hillsdale College, as well as the Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Studies, in Washington, D.C. Dr. Bobb has designed online educational programs used by more than half a million participants and is a nationally-recognized proponent of civic education that engages the hearts and minds of students. Author of Humility: An Unlikely Biography of America’s Greatest Virtue (HarperCollins, 2013), Dr. Bobb has written for the Wall Street Journal and Fast Company, among many other publications. He earned his Ph.D. in political science from Boston College, where he received fellowships from the Pew, Earhart, and Bradley Foundations. 

Sarah Bonk 

Bonk has over 20 years of experience in design, technology, and leadership at Fortune 500 companies, with expertise in strategy, organizational development, communications, and project management. She spent nearly 15 years at Apple in the Software, Retail, and Marketing Communications divisions. In her last role, she served as senior manager of over 50 interactive designers and managers for Today she serves as founder and CEO of Business for America (BFA).  

While volunteering as a pro bono consultant to several nonpartisan political reform and civic organizations, Bonk recognized that business engagement would be essential to overcoming political partisanship and reforming American government. She founded Business for America, a business group dedicated exclusively to mobilizing the business community to help advance popular, bipartisan political reforms and technology solutions that strengthen representative democracy.  

Bonk is a political independent who serves on the board of directors of Take Back Our Republic, a partner organization bringing a conservative perspective to political reform. She has a B.A. in public policy from Oberlin College. In 2022, Bonk joined JCOC93, the U.S. Department of Defense’s Joint Civilian Orientation Conference, which enables American business and community leaders to have a full immersive experience with the military, and she now serves as a Navy Community Ambassador.  

And yes, she goes by “Bonk.”

Tara Cocanower

Tara Cocanower is the 2023 Indiana Teacher of the Year. She is a passionate educator at Bluffton High School in Bluffton, Indiana, where she teaches world history, Advanced Placement world history, principles of education, and occasionally US History. Cocanower graduated from Norwell High School before attending the University of Southern Indiana, where she was an All-conference golfer and graduated with honors with degrees in history and secondary education. Following college, she joined the Peace Corps and served in Romania between 2008 and 2010.

Coco, as her students call her, is the head coach of two sports, serves as the co-technology coordinator and high school high-ability coordinator and leads the History/Academic Super Bowl club. She believes in creating an accessible and engaging learning environment for all students, increasing civics education, enhancing social studies literacy skills and empowering students to be world-changers.

Hon. Tony Cook

I was born in Tipton, Indiana, and was raised in Arcadia, in Hamilton County, where I graduated from Hamilton Heights High School.  I attended Anderson University on an athletic/academic scholarship, where I played football and baseball.  After graduating with an area social studies major and a physical education and health major, I then went on to earn degrees from both Butler University (MS, Education/Administration) and Purdue University (EdS in Curriculum and Administration).  In December 2013, after a 41-year education career, I retired as Superintendent of Schools from Hamilton Heights, having previously served as high school principal of Hamilton Heights and of Noblesville.  One highlight of my professional career as a principal was the successful integration of Ryan White (nationally first AIDS student admitted without restrictions) into Hamilton Heights High School, allowing him to pursue some normalcy in his short life.

During my eight years in the legislature, I have been selected as the Mitch Daniels and Cheri Daniels Community Health Leader of the Year, the Indiana Architecture Association Legislator of the Year, Richard Lugar Award for outstanding contributions in education and sports in Indiana, and the Indiana Humane Society Legislator of the year.  I have been author, co-author, and sponsor of over 90 bills that have been enacted into law.  I also have currently been appointed by the Governor and Speaker of the House to two state commissions: the Civics Education Task Force, and the Indiana Disability Rights Commission and was the co-chair of the Trails Caucus.  Over the years I was honored to have received several educational awards and served on state educational committees (including with the Principals Association and Superintendents Association), with the ultimate honor of having the Hamilton Heights community name the new high school media center after me.  My favorite leisure time activities include reading, hiking, traveling, hunting, fishing, watching sports, fitness training, and any time I can enjoy family activities!

I am blessed to have been married for 47 years to my wife, Kathryn, who is a senior partner of a law firm in Frankfort, IN; we have two adult sons, Tyler a TV/documentary producer in Long Beach, California for the Los Angeles County Office of Education, and Travis, who lives in Denver, Colorado and is a craft beer marketing manager for Melvin Brewing. We have three grandsons.  I have volunteered as community sports coach and advisor, and I have mentored school administrators.  We have been members of Cicero Christian Church for 38 years, and we have been involved in numerous volunteer outreach activities through the church.



Amy Noe Dudas 

Amy graduated from Earlham College in 1990 with a bachelor of arts degree in English and French literature and from IU McKinney School of Law in 2000 with a doctor of jurisprudence degree. She has been practicing law in Richmond ever since with a commitment to community advocacy.  

She has been a member of the Indiana Supreme Court’s Committee on Character and Fitness since 2003. In 2005, she began a long tenure in leadership at the Indiana State Bar Association, culminating as the current ISBA president.  In addition, Amy was a member of the Indiana Bar Foundation’s Board of Directors 2012-2020, having served as Secretary and its President. Amy served on the 2020 Indiana Civic Education Task Force, chaired by Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch.   

In 2018, Amy was appointed by Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Rush to serve on the 10-member Board of Law Examiners, which is responsible for the admission of attorneys to practice law in Indiana, reviewing applications and writing and grading portions of the Indiana Bar Exam.  

Amy was selected as a Super Lawyer in 2012 and has been renamed for that designation every year since. 

Charles R. Dunlap

Mr. Dunlap is the President & CEO of the Indiana Bar Foundation in Indianapolis, Indiana and has been in that position since 2001.  Mr. Dunlap graduated Cum Laude from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis in 1996.  As the President & CEO of the Indiana Bar Foundation, Mr. Dunlap is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations and programs of the Foundation which include administration of the Indiana Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Account (IOLTA) program, the Indiana Civil Legal Aid Fund, a housing stability program funded by the federal Emergency Rental Assistance program, and several civic education programs including We the People, and the Indiana High School Mock Trial Program.

Prior to joining the Indiana Bar Foundation Mr. Dunlap was the Assistant Director of Planned Giving for the Indiana University Foundation in Bloomington, Indiana where he worked on numerous complex charitable gifts involving a variety of trusts, bequests, insurance gifts, and gifts of real estate.  Prior to his work at the IU Foundation, Mr. Dunlap was an associate in the Muncie, Indiana law firm of DeFur, Voran where his practice focused on estate planning, trust and probate administration, charitable gift planning, charitable organization law, and business law.

Mr. Dunlap is a member of the National Advisory Committee for the Indiana University Center for Civic Literacy, a board member of the National High School Mock Trial Championship, a past President of the National Association of IOLTA Programs, past Treasurer of the Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, a past member of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs Distinguished Alumni Council, and a past Board Member of the National Conference of Bar Foundations.  Mr. Dunlap is also an adjunct faculty member at Indiana University’s School of Public & Environmental Affairs, and the Deputy Director of the IU McKinney School of Law Military Commission Observation Project at Guantanamo Bay Cuba.

Caryn Glawe 

Caryn Glawe is a partner in the Indianapolis office of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath.  As a passionate advocate for clients in the insurance industry, Caryn guides insurers, HMOs, and related entities nationwide on state and federal regulatory and transactional matters—and works with insurance departments across the country on their behalf. She leverages her deep and broad knowledge of insurance company insolvency and receivership proceedings to work with the guaranty system on complex multistate life, health, annuity, and long-term care insurance insolvencies.   

Caryn has a J.D. from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and a B.A. from Butler University. She serves on the Boards of Directors of the Center for Leadership Development and the Indiana Bar Foundation, is a member of the Federation of Regulatory Counsel, and is Co-Chair of Faegre Drinker’s National Hiring Committee.  Caryn is an alum of the We the People and high school mock trial programs.   

Dr. Shawn Healy

Shawn Healy, PhD, is the Senior Director for Policy and Advocacy at iCivics, where he leads iCivics’ state and federal policy and advocacy work through the CivXNow Coalition and oversees civic education campaigns in several key states. He plays an active role in recruiting supporters to fund policy, advocacy, and implementation efforts nationwide to ensure impact.  Healy chaired the Illinois Task Force on Civic Education in 2014 and later led separate, successful legislative campaigns for a required civics course in Illinois in middle and high school, respectively. He also led the Illinois Social Science Standards Task Force. Its recommendations were adopted by the Illinois State Board of Education in 2015.  Healy makes regular appearances as a guest speaker and panelist at academic and professional development conferences across the country, is a frequent contributor to local and national media, and produces original scholarship in the area of political participation and civic education. Healy also serves as an adjunct professor in Public Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a Serve Illinois Commissioner.  Before joining iCivics, Healy worked for fifteen years at the Robert R. McCormick Foundation in various capacities, most recently serving as Democracy Program Director. He began his career as a social studies teacher at West Chicago Community High School (IL) and Sheboygan North High School (WI). A 2001 James Madison Fellow from the State of Wisconsin, he holds a MA and PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago in political science and earned a bachelor’s degree with distinction in Political Science, History and Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His dissertation is titled “Essential School Supports for Civic Learning.”

Dr. Emma Humphries 

Dr. Emma Humphries joined iCivics as Chief Education Officer in February 2016.  

Emma began her career in education as a classroom teacher in north Florida where she taught all levels of American government, American history, and economics. In 2012, she earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Florida. As luck would have it, Justice O’Connor visited the Florida legislature during this time, inspiring them to pass the Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Civics Education Act in 2010, which mandated civics instruction at the middle school level. This timely development provided Emma with opportunities to partner with the Florida Joint Center for Citizenship in drafting a yearlong 7th grade civics curriculum and assisting in subsequent teacher training efforts.  

In 2011, Emma joined the team at the Bob Graham Center for Public Service as its Civic Engagement Coordinator. In this role, she worked with center and campus leadership to promote civic engagement at the University of Florida by developing, implementing, and coordinating innovative programs for students. During her tenure, she also created and taught an award-winning, online citizenship course entitled “Rethinking Citizenship: Identity, Collaboration, and Action.”  

Emma has degrees in political science and education and was awarded a James Madison Fellowship in 2004. She was a founding member of the iCivics Teacher Council (now Educator Network), and has been spreading the good word about iCivics since 2010. 

Shelley Jackson

Shelley M. Jackson serves as Krieg DeVault’s Labor and Employment Practice Chair. Her practice includes employment law, professional license defense, and data privacy and security, with a health care industry focus.  She has also been an assistant general counsel and chief privacy officer with a multinational corporation.  Shelley frequently handles regulatory compliance and enforcement matters before administrative bodies, including the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, and U.S. Department of Labor. She is also a seasoned litigator, with more than a decade of trial and appellate court experience.  

Outside the firm, Shelley serves as an advisory board member with Reveal Risk, on the board of directors with The Milk Bank, on the Civic Education Committee with the Indiana Bar Foundation, and as a member of IU McKinney, School of Law’s Black Alumni Council. She has also been awarded a Champion of Diversity Award by IU McKinney School of Law, Hamilton Southeastern Schools Foundation Volunteer of the Year, and Listed in Best Lawyers in America, Indiana Super Lawyer, and Indiana Super Lawyer Rising Star. 

Dr. Katie Jenner 

As the state’s first Secretary of Education, Dr. Katie Jenner leads the Indiana Department of Education with a learner-centered, future-focused vision.  Under Dr. Jenner’s leadership, IDOE is focused on three key pillars: student learning and opportunity, educator talent, quality, and value, and system-alignment and capacity. As a team, the department prioritizes collaboration with a number of stakeholders in order to meet every child where they are and ensure they have access to the quality education they need to enjoy lifelong success.  

By supporting students in finding their purpose, knowing their value, and understanding the possibilities for their life’s path, Dr. Jenner believes Indiana’s K-12 system can ensure all students emerge prepared for a dynamic future, whether they choose employment, enrollment, or enlist leading to service. 

Dr. Jenner’s commitment to continuously improve early learning and K-12 education has been apparent throughout her career through the strategic, innovative development of several major systematic initiatives at the community and statewide levels.    

At the community level, Dr. Jenner co-designed and led early learning, K-12, and higher education alignment of curriculum to high demand career pathways, allowing students to graduate from high school with a postsecondary credential. Work-based learning opportunities for students were also expanded to provide students access to high-demand industries, including school-based enterprises.  

At the statewide level, when working for Ivy Tech Community College, Dr. Jenner met with school, postsecondary, and community-level leaders throughout Indiana to empower and solution-find for how a systematic approach to the early learning, K-12, and higher education system might be realized in their communities.  

As part of Governor Holcomb’s team, Dr. Jenner also serves on the Indiana State Board of Education, the Commission on Improving the Status of Children in Indiana, and the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet. 


Tim Kalgreen

Tim is the Director of Civic Education for the Indiana Bar Foundation and has been in this role since August 2019.  In this capacity, he manages a team who puts together programs and professional developments for teachers and students around the state to help them learn civics content and activities. Additionally, Tim manages relationships with other organizations, schools, and businesses to advance policies and initiatives around civic education. Prior to joining the Indiana Bar Foundation, Tim worked as a program coordinator at the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education for 12 years, conducting similar civic education programing for Ohio. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelors degree in history and masters degree in education.

Terren B. Magid

Terry has served as the Executive Director—Global Risk since October of 2022.  In this role he has executive oversight of Cummins’s Enterprise Risk Management Function, ESG, Enterprise Content Management, and Global Integrated Services which includes real estate and facilities, global security, hospitality, and other functions.

Prior to his current role, Terry served 11 years in the Cummins Legal Function.  Most recently he was a member of the Cummins Legal Leadership team and was Deputy General Counsel—Administration and Assistant General Counsel for the Components Segment.  In these roles, had oversight responsibility for legal support for many of the corporate administrative functions and the business units that make up the Components Segment of Cummins’s business. While in the Legal Function, Terry also had supervisory responsibility for the Asia Pacific Legal team located in Australia and the Philippines.

Terry serves as an Executive Committee member of, and Secretary to, the Cummins Inc. Political Action Committee (CIPAC), sponsorship of the Indianapolis Community Involvement Team (CIT), and leader of the Voting Rights initiative of the CARE Social Justice lane.

Prior to Cummins, Terry held several roles in both the private and public sectors including Eli Lilly and Company where he worked in the Tax department for ten years, Great Lakes Chemical Corporation where he served as the Vice President of Tax, and the Indiana Public Employers Retirement Fund where he served as the Executive Director from 2007 to 2010.

Terry is a member and Past President of the board of directors of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) and a member of the board of directors of Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Media, Inc., (WFYI), the local public radio and television affiliate.

Terry is married to Julie Manning Magid, Executive Associate Dean of the Kelley School of Business of Indiana University, Indianapolis.  He has three, adult sons Max, Zachary, and Leo.

Dr. Chris McGrew 

Chris McGrew is the President-Elect of the Indiana Council for the Social Studies, as well as Director of the Center for Global Engagement at Indiana State University. He has been teaching secondary social studies methods and microeconomics at Indiana State University since 2011. He also taught economics and elementary and secondary social studies at Purdue for 15 years prior to coming to Indiana State University. His research focus is on experiential learning for in-service teachers in social studies.  He is a former Social Studies Supervisor for the Indiana Department of Education, former President of the Council for State Social Studies Supervisors, served on the National Council for the Social Studies Standards revision task force, and is a cofounder of Global Indiana: A Consortium for International Exchange. 

Katie Meares

Katie is Manager for Midwest State & Local Government Affairs at Salesforce. With 6 years’ experience on Salesforce’s Government Affairs team, Katie held various operations and administrative roles before moving into policy work in 2019. Before Salesforce, Katie worked for several firms in technology and finance and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in political science from San Francisco State University. She serves as Vice President of the Indianapolis City Market Board of Directors and is a participant in the 2023 cohort of the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana’s Options program. Katie lives in Indianapolis with her two sons and husband.


Liz Paternoster

Liz Paternoster joined the “We the People…” community as a teacher and coach in 2002.  During this time, she has participated with classes of 5th graders, 8th graders, and high schoolers earning seven state championships and consistently ranking as one of the Top 10 programs in the nation. She was honored as Indiana’s James Madison Fellow in 2007 that led her to earning a Master’s degree in Education from Butler University and recently earned a second Master’s in Political Science from Indiana University.  Paternoster teaches at Fishers High School in Fishers, Indiana and is helping to prepare Fishers students for their appearance at the We the People National Finals in April.

Christopher Riano 

Christopher R. Riano is the President of the nation’s Center for Civic Education and an award-winning author and scholar in the fields of constitutional and public law. He has lectured on constitutional law, jurisprudence, and public/administrative law for dozens of organizations across the country and serves as a Lecturer in Constitutional Law and Government at Columbia University. His book “Marriage Equality: From Outlaws to In-Laws,” co-authored with Professor William Eskridge of Yale Law School, presents the 50-year history of same-sex marriage equality in the United States and was the 2021 Silver Gavel Award winner from the American Bar Association. Riano previously served as Assistant Counsel to the Governor of New York for Education, Arts, and Constitutional Law, as an Administrative Law Judge, as a Partner at Drohan Lee LLP, and the Chair of numerous committees of the University Senate at Columbia University. 

Dr. David Roof 

David J. Roof, Ph.D. began his career as a teacher, before earning a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He currently oversees the Center for Economic and Civic Learning (CECL) and is an Associate Professor in Department of Educational Studies at Ball State. Dr. Roof is the Principal Investigator of the U.S. Department of Education funded Civic Renewal through Education for Agency, Tolerance, and Engagement or CREATE project, an innovative approach to instruction, student learning in civics, that integrates American history, geography, government, and media literacy. Dr. Roof has been an invited keynote speaker at multiple education conferences and serves on the editorial board for multiple journals. He has run several large projects for the U.S. Department of State and is on the Board of Trustees for the American Institute of Pakistan Studies. He has worked for many years as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Education.  

Dr. Kerry Saunter 

Dr. Kerry Sautner is the chief learning officer at the National Constitution Center. In her current role, she oversees all aspects of the public’s on-site experience and leads the Center’s national education efforts. Through various platforms, Sautner drives the development and distribution of programs and online offerings that make the Center the nation’s leading constitutional education resource. Sautner also leads the development of interactive programs for students, teachers, and the public; theatrical productions; educational videos; and standards-based classroom materials available on-site and online.  

Before joining the staff at the National Constitution Center in 2005, Kerry Sautner worked in programs, training and program development at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. She also served as an adjunct professor of education at Drexel University, where she focused on science teaching methods and learning theories for K-12 teachers.  

Kerry Sautner obtained her doctorate in education leadership and management from Drexel University with a focus on creativity and innovation within educational facilities. She also holds a master’s degree in education from Drexel University and a bachelor’s degree in biology and marine science from Rutgers University.  

Kerry Sautner is on the executive board of the Civics Renewal Network and National History Day Philadelphia. She is the vice chair of the League of Women Voters Philadelphia, a board member of the Narberth Civic Association, a member of the American Association of Museums and the National Council for the Social Studies, and she serves on the Narberth Civil Service Commission. She has edited content for The New York Times, consulted on content for Scholastic, been quoted in Education Week as well as numerous regional media outlets, and her academic writings have appeared in the Journal of Museum Education. She is the 2011 recipient of the International Museum Theater Alliance Award. 

Hon. Randall Shepard 

Randall T. Shepard of Evansville was appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court by Governor Robert D. Orr in 1985 at the age of 38. He became Chief Justice of Indiana in March 1987 and retired from the Court in March 2012, at which point he was the longest-serving Chief Justice in Indiana history and the senior Chief Justice in the country’s state supreme courts.  Shepard was Judge of the Vanderburgh Superior Court from 1980 until his appointment. He earlier served as executive assistant to Mayor Russell Lloyd of Evansville and as special assistant to the Under Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation. 

Shepard graduated from Princeton University cum laude and from the Yale Law School. He earned a Master of Laws degree in the judicial process from the University of Virginia.  

Chief Justice Shepard has served as chair of the ABA Appellate Judges Conference and of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar and as President of the National Conference of Chief Justices. Chief Justice John Roberts recently appointed him to the U.S. Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules. He is a trustee emeritus of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and a former chair of Indiana Landmarks, Inc.  

Since leaving the Court, Shepard has served as a Senior Judge in the Indiana Court of Appeals and as Executive in Residence at I.U.’s Public Policy Institute. He chaired the ABA Task Force on the Future of Legal Education and became a director of Old National Bancorp. 

John Stewart

John Stewart serves as Advisor, State and Local Government and Public Affairs for Elanco Animal Helath. John represents Elanco on a number of issues at the local, state, and federal level, working directly with legislators and other lawmakers ensuring pet-owners, farmers, and veterinarians continue to have access to Elanco’s portfolio. Prior to Elanco, John served as director of membership and stakeholder engagement and as manager of government affairs at the American Feed Industry Association in Arlington, Virginia. John also spent time on Capitol Hill, working for a Congressman from his home state of North Carolina. John has a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education from North Carolina State University and a master’s in public administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. John and his wife, Felicity, live in Indianapolis with their dog, Finley.

Dr. Ellen Szarleta 

Ellen Szarleta, Ph.D., J.D., is the Director of the Indiana University Northwest Center for Urban and Regional Excellence and Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University Northwest.  She works closely with communities to identify issues of concern and develop collaborative approaches to advancing the quality of life in communities. Her interests include civic engagement, community-university partnerships, and capacity building for effective public sector decision making.  For more than 10 years, her work has focused on expanding opportunities for citizens to enhance their understanding of civic engagement. 


Dr. Phil VanFossen

Dr. VanFossen serves as the Interim Dean of the College of Education at Purdue University, and as the James F. Ackerman Distinguished Professor of Social Studies Education. A former middle and high school economics teacher, VanFossen also serves as Director of the James F. Ackerman Center for Democratic Citizenship and as the Associate Director of the Purdue University Center for Economic Education.  From 2009 to 2016, he served as the Head of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education.  From 2016 to 2017, he served as the College’s Interim Associate Dean for Learning.  In 2017, he was appointed as Faculty Athletic Representative by Purdue President Mitch Daniels. In this role he works with the Purdue Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and serves as a liaison with the Big Ten Conference and the NCAA.  In 2019, VanFossen was invited by Pres. Daniels to serve on the Purdue Civics Literacy Working Group (CLWG) that created the now-required Purdue Civic Literacy Proficiency and the Purdue Civics Knowledge Test and he continues to serve on the Civics Literacy Faculty Advisory Board.  VanFossen has published more than 80 scholarly works and is the program author for the high school economics textbook Economics Alive! The Power to Choose.  He has co-authored seven volumes of classroom curriculum materials for economics and authored chapters in three handbooks.

Scott Wylie 

Mr. Wylie presently serves as Executive Director of Pro Bono Indiana, which coordinates pro bono civil legal aid programs in 82 of Indiana’s 92 counties, from its main office in Evansville, Indiana.  He also serves on the Board of Governors of the Indiana State Bar Association.  Before returning to the Evansville area in 2005, Mr. Wylie spent seventeen years practicing and teaching law in Southern California.  He is a nationally recognized speaker and commentator on attorney pro bono efforts, nonprofit governance, and poverty law.  During that time, Mr. Wylie served as Associate Dean of External Affairs at Whittier College School of Law and as Executive Director of the Public Law Center in Orange County California, one of the largest pro bono programs in the nation.  In 2002, Mr. Wylie served as Vice-President of the State Bar of California, the largest mandatory bar association in the nation and he served as President of its charitable foundation until December of 2008.  For nearly thirty years, Mr. Wylie has been active with the American Bar Association Center for Pro Bono, where he is a peer consultant and frequent lecturer throughout the nation.  Mr. Wylie received his undergraduate and juris doctorate from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.