We invite you to toast 25 years of shared successes
and envision what’s next for downtown
Downtown Indy, Inc. honors three of its original board members
Robert H. Reynolds
Bob chaired Barnes & Thornburg Corporate Department and International Practice Group and is now Of Counsel (retired). He received the Sagamore of the Wabash from the Governor of Indiana, among other prestigious awards.
Bob serves as the director of the Boy Scouts of America and of its local affiliate, the Crossroads of America Council, as well as Tourism Tomorrow, the destination development affiliate of Visit Indy. He is a Director Emeritus of the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce and an Honorary Trustee of the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, as well as an officer and director of several other charitable, educational and cultural organizations.
Jerry joined American United Life Insurance Co. in 1959 and became its president in 1980. In 1989, he became chief executive officer of American United Life Insurance Company in 1989 and then CEO of AUL/OneAmerica in May 2004. He continues as Chairman Emeritus.
In addition to DII’s board, Jerry is active in several industry and civic organizations, including the Catholic Community Foundation, the Indiana and Indianapolis Chambers of Commerce, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee and United Way of Central Indiana. He has received numerous industry and civic honors including the 2003 Michael A. Carroll Award.
J. Albert Smith, Jr.
Al is the Indiana chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and managing director of JPMorgan Private Bank. He serves as the senior representative of JPMorgan Chase in Indiana and is chairman of the Indiana Market Leadership Team.
Al currently serves as director and chairman of the Audit Committee of Simon Property Group. In addition to the DII board, he serves on the boards of Indy and Indiana Chambers, Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership, 500 Festival Foundation, Indianapolis Zoological Society, Columbia Club, Indy Partnership, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Meadows Community Foundation, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership and Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee.