- Bicentennial Medal (2019)
BIOGRAPHYBrieanna Quinn received a B.S. and an M.A. from Indiana University. In 2017, Quinn assumed the office of chair of the Indiana University Alumni Association Board of Managers. Quinn has also served the Indiana University Foundation as associate director of the Well House Society and as director of the 1820 Society, and is a past president of the Florida Chapter of the IUAA.
Currently director of marketing, communications and development at Stand for Children Indiana, Quinn is responsible for telling the educational story of Hoosier parents and students to community partners, funders, and media. Previous roles in annual giving gave her decades of experience in higher education and development, and generating funding for nonprofits, and fully prepared her for this new opportunity. Previous experience included leadership roles at Indiana University, University of North Florida, YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, and Butler University.
Quinn's success and varied leadership experience is due to her dedication to helping others and serving as a support partner, providing assistance, coaching and sharing her expertise with those around her. In 2019, Quinn was honored with Indiana University's Bicentennial Medal in recognition of her distinguished service to the university.