about the indiana german heritage society
Mission: The mission of the Indiana German Heritage Society is to understand, promote, and celebrate the contributions of German-speaking immigrants and their descendants to the multi-cultural heritage of the state and the nation.
We are guided by a commitment to learn and an obligation to share our knowledge with accuracy, integrity, and respect for all heritages.
Vision: The vision of the Indiana German Heritage Society is to be the catalyst for the preservation and celebration of the state’s German-American heritage, and to support groups and communities in activities that coincide with our mission.
Our statewide society is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN. The offices and meeting rooms are in the historic Das Deutsche Haus-Athenaeum at 401 East Michigan St., Indianapolis, IN. We are lead by a volunteer board of directors.
Our non-profit organization:
Collaborated with Indiana Humanities Council to create Germany IN US website http://www.liberalarts.iupui.edu/giu
It promotes documentation of Indiana’s German heritage:
About the Society:
April 2016 — April 2017
President: Brian Griesemer
Eli Lilly and Company, Inc.
Vice President: Ron Flick
Treasurer: Heinz Roesch
Retired: Deutsche Bank
Secretary: Lee Little
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Legal Counsel: Keith Osburn
Osburn & Osburn
Past President: Dr. Greg Redding