This afternoon, Judge Carol Orbison was installed as the newest member of The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board. A graduate of the Indiana University School of Law, Judge Orbison began working in the Marion County Court system in 1970. She was elected as Judge of the Marion County Superior Court, Criminal Division 17, in 2004. In 2007, she was elected as Judge of the Marion County Superior Court, Criminal Division 22, where she currently presides.
The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board was established in 1920 to enlist local professional, business leaders, and civic leaders to support the local Salvation Army. The board is charged with the responsibility of advising and assisting The Salvation Army in all of its practices and programs.
“We are excited to welcome Judge Orbison to the Indianapolis Advisory Board of The Salvation Army,” said Major Dick Amick, Divisional Commander for The Salvation Army. “She approaches life with a youthful exuberance that is very refreshing, and we believe she will meet the challenges the Army faces with passion and purpose.” On September 26, Judge Carol J. Orbison was presented with the Career Award by Kiwanis Club of Indianapolis. Recipients of this prestigious award demonstrate exemplary career achievements and outstanding community service to Kiwanis.
If you are interested in more information about The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board, please contact Beth Curtiss at 317-224-1009 or email Board@SAIndy.org.