Board of Directors
Kris BussickCo-Founder, The O’Connor House
Kris is the Co-founder of the O’Connor House and strives to help others find truth through God’s word and the teaching of John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body.” She is married to Bill Bussick and they have four children. Kris is passionate about her faith and family and has a heart for those who are struggling under the burdens of life. In 2017 she received the Jefferson award for outstanding community service.
Bill BussickPresident, DuraMark Technologies
Prior to founding DuraMark Technologies, Bill was a Senior Vice President of Sales for The Relizon Company and directed the activities of 825 employees with a $500 million sales operation profit and loss responsibility. Under his leadership, the company achieved record revenue and profit growth in 2004 and 2005. Prior to this position, Bill was Vice President of Sales for the Midwest Division and holding various sales management roles. In total, he has over 26 years of experience in the label and printing industry. Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Ball State University. He lives in Noblesville, Indiana with his wife Kris and their 4 children, 2 dogs and 1 horse.
JoDee Curtis CPA, SPHR, SHRM-SCPBoard President, The O’Connor HouseOwner, Purple Ink Human Capital Consulting
Maximizer | Arranger | Positivity | Strategic | Futuristic
JoDee works with a wide variety of companies and organizations to assist with business needs relating to human resources. She provides leadership training, assists with talent acquisition for leadership positions, facilitates problem solving sessions, and serves in high-level outsourced HR functions
Prior to founding Purple Ink in 2010, JoDee spent 21 years in public accounting as a practicing CPA and as a Director of HR. JoDee also has experience as a CFO and controller thereby bringing a unique financial and overall business approach. JoDee obtained her bachelors degree in business administration from the University of Evansville. She is a Certified Public Accountant, a Senior Professional in Human Resources, a SHRM – Senior Certified Professional, a Gallup-certified Strengths Coach, and holds certifications as a Predictive Index analyst and as a SIMPLEX Creative Problem Solver facilitator.
JoDee serves on the State Council for Indiana SHRM, is Chair of the Strategic planning committee at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, is a member of IndySHRM and the Carmel Rotary, and serves on the Fine Arts Alliance Steering Committee for Guerin Catholic High School. In June 2013, JoDee was named the IndySHRM Professional of the Year.
Leslie DoaneSenior Vice President, Human Resources, DWA Healthcare Communications Group
Leslie Doane serves as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at DWA Healthcare Communications Group where she has served in a leadership capacity for 17 years. She is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and provides leadership and oversight of a wide range of HR functions including total rewards, employment practices, workforce planning, talent acquisition, talent management and corporate compliance. In her role, she also directs key cultural and engagement initiatives for the organization, which has contributed to the company earning seven Top Workplaces designations.
Leslie graduated from Bowling Green State University in Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. She also holds a Certificate in Human Resource Management from IUPUI.
She and her husband returned to the Catholic Church 9 years ago after working in evangelical, Protestant ministry for over 30 years. They are members of Saint Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church. Along with her husband, she serves the parish in building small groups, promoting the New Evangelization and establishing a ministry to welcome Catholic’s home. Her desire to share the mercy, love and redemptive power of Christ to women in crisis has led her to support the O’Connor House ministry as a Board Member.
Leslie and her husband have been married for 45 years; have four adult children and ten grandchildren.
Mark Vollmer, CPA, CGMATreasurer, The O’Connor HouseFounding Partner, The Watermark Group
Mark is a CPA working with the owners and family members of family owned and owner managed businesses primarily in central Indiana helping them make the most of what they’ve got.
Mark is a life-long resident of Indiana, a graduate of Manchester College (1983), and has worked as a CPA since that time. He is married (Bonnie) and lives in Westfield, Indiana, and they have four grown sons, one of which is married. Mark also serves as Chairman of the Financial Oversight Team at Grace Church in Noblesville. Mark and Bonnie enjoy watching sports of all types, especially watching their sons participate in college.
Outside of work, Joe is an avid NY Yankees fan and Colts fan, and tries to stay active in order to keep up with his kids and extended family. Joe has been a member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church since he moved to the area in 2001, was a volunteer youth minister, a member of the parish council, a coach for various sports teams, and he and Janine are mentors for engaged couples preparing for marriage. Joe lives in the Noblesville/Westfield area.
Mary Jolly Browning
Prior to this position, Mary was Chief Operating Officer of LeadJen and held various client success, sales and operations roles. In total, she has over 10 years’ experience in the Lead Generation, Marketing & Sales industry. She has lived in Indiana for over 20 years and grew up attending Saint Maria Goretti, Carmel High School, and she earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration & Marketing from the University of Dayton. Here, she was a member of Chi Omega and was awarded first place in the Procter & Gamble Marketing Challenge.
She is President of local Indianapolis AA-ISP chapter, a National Association dedicated to improving the performance and professionalism of the Inside Sales industry, and has received the Outstanding Chapter of the Year Award in 2016. She resides in Fishers with her husband Beau, dog & cat.
Ann Osuntokun, M.D.
Dr. Osuntokun has been practicing for more than 20 years and has served many of the babies and toddlers from The O’Connor House. She resides in the area with her husband and has three children, two who are in college and a freshman at Brebeuf Preparatory School.
Dr. Osuntokun is a passionate advocate for the women served by The O’Connor House. She brings expertise, compassion, and a voice for women and children.
Mr. Ken Pack studied journalism at Indiana State University and went on to receive his B.S. in Secondary Education from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. He then completed his law degree at Indiana University School of Law. From 2003 to 2005, Mr. Pack worked for the Office of Assistant Chief Counsel of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection doing legal project work. While there, he received a special commendation for his efforts. In 2005, Mr. Pack joined Republic Airways Holdings, Inc. regional airline, serving as Manager of Labor Relations. A Certified Mediator, he worked to resolve conflicts while developing and enforcing consistent policies involving the labor force.
Mr. Pack is now the Director of Employee Relations for Indianapolis Public Schools. Outside of work, Mr. Pack is an avid musician/guitarist and is active in his community and church. He resides with his wife, Beth, and five children in Carmel, IN where they attend Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church.
Dave resides in Fishers, Indiana with his wife, Jane. They have four married children and ten grandchildren. Dave has been an active member of St Louis de Montfort Church since 1989 having served as parish council president, lector and Confirmation youth minister. He is a long-time member of the Knights of Columbus and past Grand Knight of Father Thomas J Kelley Council #6923. In 2014, Dave’s family received recognition as the Family of the Year from the Indiana KOC State Council. He enjoys spending time with his family and grandchildren, playing golf, attending sporting events and traveling with his wife.
Growing up with parents who are medical professionals in the field of obstetrics and then later working for over a decade with a nonprofit focused on improving access to and quality of perinatal care, Leah developed a passion for helping and advocating for pregnant women and their babies, especially regarding issues such as perinatal mood disorders and breastfeeding. It was the intersection of this passion, her nonprofit expertise and her personal experience as a single mother that led Leah to service at The O’Connor House.
In addition to her membership on the board of directors of The O’Connor House, Leah is currently serving as board treasurer for Working Recovery and chairs the Indiana Society of Association Executives Membership Committee. Leah is from Carmel, Indiana where she still resides with her son, Nathan, and their miniature goldendoodle, Livia. Outside of her work with nonprofits, she is an active member of Genesis Church and mentors women in their personal, professional and spiritual development. In her free time, she enjoys reading, biking and yoga.