Prosperity Indiana Staff

Jessica Love
Executive Director

As Executive Director, Jessica is responsible for all aspects of Prosperity Indiana’s operations, including administrative, program development, budgets, personnel, public policy, and public relations. She sees engagement with members as critical to informing organizational vision and strives to empower the team to achieve strategic goals.

Rose Scovel, AICP
Director of Planning Services

Rose manages the Planning Services department, which provides technical assistance (TA) to non-profit, for-profit, and governmental members. Rose supports Prosperity Indiana’s work with member agencies to undertake comprehensive community development in local communities. This involves resident engagement, data collection and analysis, mapping, goal setting, action plan development, and implementation of a variety of plans including quality of life/neighborhood plans, housing needs assessments and fair housing studies, and strategic plans. The majority of her TA work is performed on a fee-for-service basis.

Kathleen Lara
Policy Director

As the Policy Director, Kathleen works to advance network member priorities by helping to craft and advance Prosperity Indiana’s policy agenda before the executive and legislative branches of federal, state, and local government. She keeps members informed on policy issues, mobilizes members in response to specific advocacy efforts, and helps produce statewide convenings for the network.

Rachel Mattingly
Director of Training Services

In her role as Director of Training Services, Rachel develops, coordinates, and delivers training and professional development content for Prosperity Indiana members across a variety of platforms, including classroom training, webinars, coaching, and our Resource Library. Rachel also coordinates training for AmeriCorps members in the Indiana Financial Capability Corps and organizes content for the annual summit.

Carey Craig
AmeriCorps Program Manager

Carey serves as the AmeriCorps Program Manager. He directs the Indiana Financial Capability Corps (IFCC), which is a statewide partnership between Prosperity Indiana and local nonprofit agencies like Community Action, United Way, housing authorities, and development corporations. IFCC’s primary purpose is to bridge the gap between low-wealth residents and available financial resources through education and empowerment. As the Program Manager, it is Carey’s responsibility to recruit and manage host site relationships as well as ensure that AmeriCorps Members enjoy a successful terms of service. His daily tasks include compliance, performance measurement, and program design.

Prosperity Indiana
202 East Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 
Phone // 317.454.8533 Fax // 317.454.8534 
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