Family planning services
for women and men
Board & Staff
The Indiana Family Health Council Board of Directors is responsible for the Corporation’s property, affairs, and activities. The Corporation intends for its Board of Directors to comprise a diversity of experiences and technical skills to enable the Board to make informed, well-balanced decisions on the Corporation’s economic viability and the impact of its activities.
IFHC seeks individuals to participate on the Board of Directors regularly. Directors serve for two, three-year terms. If you are interested in joining the Board, you may apply here.
- Lynne Clapman
- Cheryl Gatzmer
- Matthew Hutchins, Ph.D.
- Ashley Huston
- Judi Morrison
- Jasmine Page
- Naomi Penney, Ph.D.
Kristin A. Adams, Ph.D., CHES, President/CEO
Kristin has a Ph.D. in Health Education from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and MA and BS degrees in Health Education from Indiana State University. She has been a Certified Health Education Specialist since 1998. Dr. Adams joined IFHC as the President/CEO in September 2014. She has extensive knowledge of the healthcare and political landscape in Indiana and experience in managing different federal and state public health grants. Prior to joining IFHC, Dr. Adams served as the Director of the Office of Public Health Policy and Performance Management at the Indiana State Department of Health. She brings over 20 years’ experience in both the Indiana public health and education arenas to her position serving with state government, national non-profits, institutions of higher education and local primary health care providers.
Chun Liu, Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer
Chun has an MBA from the University of Louisville. She joined IFHC in June 2011. She has over 20 years of extensive experience in accounting, auditing, financial reporting, budgeting, and analysis to support the agency’s effective and efficient financial and operational management. She has served with the State of Indiana working in a variety of positions related to business management, grants management, budgeting, financial analysis, and operations.
David Conrad, Family Planning Coordinator
David received his Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He has, however, spent the last decade working in state government. He worked at the Indiana Department of Health as a member of the Rural Health team. He worked by partnering with consultants around the state to support Indiana’s Critical Access Hospitals. During the initial COVID-19 response, he volunteered to help with the State’s COVID call center, and eventually spent time supervising others until the center was moved offsite.
Chet Linson, Clinical Family Planning Coordinator
Chet has 10 years of working in the private and non-profit setting. He received his Medical Doctorate from St. George’s University in Grenada in 2012 and his MBA from Indiana State University in 2020 . He has worked with many aspects of patient care, business administration, and non-profit work including policy development and implementation, strategic planning, grant writing, budgeting, reporting, systems implementation, quality control, patient relationship management, and determining best practices. Prior to starting at IFHC in 2023, he worked for two years in the private sector in marketing, sales, business development, and special projects and eight years in operations and administration in non-profit primary care.
Heather Wallace-George, Administrative Assistant
Prior to joining the IFHC, Heather worked for Cushman & Wakefield for four years as an Office/Facilities Operation Site Manager. Heather also worked at DMA for four years as a Mail Clerk. A native of Indianapolis, she enjoys spending time with her family and loves being a mom to two children.