Kelly K. Jones, the project director, is a former employee of the Indiana Commission on Public Records. At the time of writing, she was an undergraduate senior major in English and French at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. She is the senior editor of the student art and literary magazine genesis, an editorial assistant for the Journal of Teaching Writing, and has published an article, "The Life and Legacy of Mary Cable," in Black History News and Notes (Indiana Historical Society 1994). She is a veteran of the United States Air Force.
Heather L. Bennett, the project researcher and web designer, is a graduate of the School of Library and Information Science at Indiana University, Bloomington. She holds an undergraduate degree in History and Latin from Rutgers University.
Nancy Pippen Eckerman, the project's historical consultant, is an expert on the history of Hoosier medicine and has published numerous papers on Civil War medicine. She is presently the Special Collections librarian at the Ruth Lilly Medical Library of the Indiana School of Medicine. She has also served as a librarian for the Indiana State University at Evansville and the Christian Theological Seminary at Indianapolis.
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