Julie Roe Lach recognized by IBJ on the Indiana 250 list

POST DATE: 8.14.23
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Church Church Hittle and Antrim (CCHA Law) is pleased to highlight CCHA Law attorney Julie Roe Lach, who was recently recognized by the Indianapolis Business Journal on their Indiana 250 list for her work as the Horizon League Commissioner.

The IBJ Indiana 250 is a list recognizing the most influential and impactful leaders from areas of business, the arts, philanthropy, government, and not-for-profit organizations from across the state. Each year, the IBJ receives nominations and chooses the list of 250 after researching executives and companies and interviewing state, industry, and community leaders to determine who should be included. The list comprises Indiana men and women making a difference locally, regionally, or statewide in business, philanthropy, or community.

Image of Julie Roe Lach at recognition event

Julie Roe Lach is Of Counsel at CCHA Law and focuses her work with the Sports Law group. She has worked in collegiate athletics for over 20 years, including extensive work at the NCAA and now in her role as the Commissioner of the Horizon League. The Horizon League is an athletic league made up of 11 universities in six states that aims to maximize the athletic development and academic achievement of the league’s nearly 3,000 Division I students. Julie is also board chair of the Indiana Sports Corp., chairs the board of visitors for Indiana University’s McKinney School of Law, and serves on the Fundraising Committee for Family Promise, an organization dedicated to helping homeless families find stable housing.

Image of Julie Roe Lach on IBJ website

CCHA Law is incredibly proud of Julie for her dedication to making a difference in her community. Read more about Julie on her IBJ Honoree profile page.