At Langham, we’re big believers in relationships – with our clients, with our coworkers, and with our community. We are proud to have Langham staff represented on a number committees and boards.
The Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) was formed in 1999 to bring together the chief executives of Central Indiana’s prominent corporations, foundations and university presidents in a strategic and collaborative effort dedicated to the region’s continued prosperity and growth. CICP and its members continue to give back to the communities they serve in numerous ways to make Central Indiana a better place to live, work and play. Central Indiana has a vibrant business, university and philanthropic community focused on collaboration, progress and positive change.
Cancer Support Community
Cancer Support Community – Central Indiana exists so that no one faces cancer alone. We offer a comprehensive network of programs and services for cancer patients, and their loved ones. We treat the whole family – the whole time.
We do this through:
The Airforwarders Association represents nearly 400 member companies employing tens of thousands of employees and dedicated contractors. Our members range from small businesses employing fewer than 20 people to large companies employing well over 1,000 and business models varying from domestic to worldwide international operations. Additionally, a few of our members operate their own aircraft. Membership in the AfA offers companies a wide range of opportunities to network with their industry colleagues, to monitor and help drive public policies that affect their businesses, and to increase their knowledge of industry standards, practices and ongoing developments.
We do this through:
The United Way
United Way of Central Indiana believes in fairness and equality and recognizes the value of inclusiveness by encouraging the full participation of all individuals in fulfilling its mission. United Way of Central Indiana recognizes the strength of diversity which acknowledges and celebrates a society of different individuals, cultures and perspectives whose knowledge, skills and talents enrich and strengthen us as a people. United Way of Central Indiana believes in and practices equal opportunity in its operations, community engagement, employment and decision-making, and encourages inclusion of diverse members of our community.
We do this by meeting specific goals for:
- Basic Needs
The Indy Chamber is a place where you can belong, be active and be here, along with other businesses and professionals interested in making Indianapolis a leading economic city. With membership of nearly 2,500 businesses representing 235,000 employees in the Indianapolis region, the Indy Chamber is leading the effort to strengthen our business climate, revitalize our neighborhoods and enhance our region’s workforce.
The Indy Chamber serves as a voice of progress and improvement in the region, uniting business and community to maintain a strong economy and quality of life. Our advocacy efforts, networking events, economic development initiatives, and other member benefits position members, business leaders and the community for success.
- Be Active
- Be Here
NAWBO was organized more than three decades ago with the goal of securing equal rights and opportunities for women bold and visionary enough to pursue an entrepreneurial dream in the global marketplace. Today, NAWBO is the voice for more than 10 million women-owned businesses across all industries and every corner of the United States.
Mission and Vision
NAWBO propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. As an organization with a “customer first” philosophy, we:
- Strengthen the wealth creating capacity of our members and promote economic development within the entrepreneurial community
- Create innovative and effective changes in the business culture
- Build strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations
- Transform public policy and influence opinion makers
Mission – To serve, represent, and promote the interests of the trucking industry by enhancing its image, efficiency and productivity through focus on safety and advocacy.
Vision – The Indiana Motor Truck Association will be the advocate for the trucking industry by promoting highway safety, providing educational programs and fostering a healthy business environment.
CSCMP exists to: provide opportunities for supply chain professionals to communicate in order to develop and improve their supply chain management skills; identify and conduct research which adds to the knowledge base of supply chain theory and practice; and create awareness of the significance of supply chain to business and to the economy.
As a professional not-for-profit organization, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals holds these values:
- We operate with the highest standards of integrity.
- We are dedicated to professional development.
- We are an inclusive organization.
- We champion thought leadership and innovation.
- We offer knowledge and expertise of the highest quality.