Evan Reinhardt, Executive Director
Evan Reinhardt serves as the Executive Director for the Indiana Association for Home and Hospice Care. A member of the IAHHC team since 2012, Evan oversees the day-to-day operations and financial health of the association, manages IAHHC lobbying and advocacy efforts, provides regulatory guidance and support to members, and supports the IAHHC team working on behalf of Home Health, Hospice, and Personal Services Agencies in Indiana. Evan received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Butler University, Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Indianapolis, and Doctor of Jurisprudence at from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law.
Katie Ociepka, Director of Development
Katie Ociepka received her Bachelors of Science Degree from Indiana University. She has held previous positions with The Indianapolis Art Center, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Entercom Communications. In her current role, she is responsible for raising funds at the IAHHC through sponsorship, advertising, membership, etc. to further the IAHHC mission and allow Hoosiers to remain independent in their homes. If you are interested in supporting IAHHC please contact Katie today at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Tori Raderstorf, Communications & Event Director
Tori Raderstorf received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Hospitality and Food Management from Ball State University. Tori has been a member of the IAHHC team since 2016. In her role she designs the iWeekly Newsletter, e-mail blasts, maintains the member directory, website, and social media. She is also responsible for planning all educational programming throughout the year, including the Association’s Annual Conference. If you are interested in attending one of our educational events, please contact Tori at email@example.com.
Beth Schoenfeld, RN, MSN, Program Coordinator
Beth Schoenfeld is a registered nurse and received her Bachelors of Nursing from DePauw University and a Master's Degree in Nursing from the University of Evansville. She works as the only employee of the Indiana Home and Hospice Care Foundation. Her primary initiative has been the development of the Indiana Home Care Workforce Training. The training provides certification for Homemakers, Personal Care Assistants and Home Health Aides. The curriculum developed in the training program is currently being utilized in agencies throughout the state.
Michelle Stein-Ordonez, Membership Services Director
Michelle Stein-Ordonez received her Bachelors of Social Work from Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis. She is a licensed social worker in the State of Indiana. She worked at Family Social Services Administration (FSSA) for twenty years in several capacities. Michelle started at FSSA as a Disability Examiner for Social Security Disability within the Division of Disability, Aging & Rehabilitative Services. She was the policy analyst for the Medicaid hospice benefit since 1998 and the policy analyst for the Medicaid home health program since 2004. In her position at IAHHC, Michelle is responsible for membership services and working with members on Medicaid reimbursement issues.
Wendi Tingley, Home and Hospice Care Resource Director
Wendi Tingley is a Registered Nurse. She received her Associate Degree in Nursing from Wabash Valley College, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science degree in Nursing-Management and Leadership from Western Governors University. Wendi has worked in Home Health Care and Hospice with the same agency for 15 years. She held multiple positions in the agency starting as a home hospice nurse and most recently the Director of Clinical Services for Deaconess Home Health. She has worked with home hospice as well as inpatient hospice. She had the opportunity to be a part of opening a state of the art 7 bed inpatient hospice unit in 2017 for Deaconess Hospice. The agency went through four joint ventures during her tenure. She saw the company through two major joint ventures including new EMR’s, process and policy changes.