Driving economic development and business success in Johnson County and the southside of Indianapolis.
Aspire Volunteer Opportunities: Make a Difference and Build your Network
Dedicated volunteers are central to Aspire’s community development and investor engagement success. Our volunteers come from the community and private business sector. They work to position the Johnson County area more competitively in the marketplace. We welcome new volunteers eager to help make our community a great place to live, work, learn and play!

Procedural Move Threatens Transit Development
The legislation-making process contains more than a dozen steps before a bill becomes a law. A late-stage amendment is often a potentially controversial provision inserted into a bill outside the committee process, eliminating the opportunity for public comment, due diligence, and thoughtful dialogue. A last-minute amendment was made last Thursday that will obstruct the momentum in public transit development and ridership growth in Central Indiana.

Sponsored Content
Aspire Business After Hours

Thursday, Mar. 12th
4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Sycamore at Mallow Run

Aspire Community Matters

Wednesday, Mar. 25th
3:30pm - 5:00pm

Aspire Legislation Matters Luncheon

Friday, Mar. 6th
11:30am - 1:00pm
Garment Factory Events
Our Legislation Matters Luncheon is an opportunity for members and investors to spend time with local state legislators who will participate in a panel discussion. During the luncheon, attendees will have a chance to pose questions to our top elected officials and get answers on matters that mean the most to them. Attendees will also be invited to vote during the luncheon, so those who represent us will know where we stand on certain issues. As voters and tax payers, your vote matters, so join us and make your voice heard!

Presenting Sponsors:
Sponsored Content
Member Expert Article: Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
By: Mark Lemmons, MD, Ascension Medical Group Greenwood Family Medicine

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is a disease of increasing frequency in the American population. Over 1.5 million new cases are diagnosed each year, while over 30 million Americans suffer with it currently. In the U.S. it has become largely a consequence of our diet and sedentary lifestyle. Its Pathophysiology is one of both decreased insulin production and decreased insulin sensitivity.

Sponsored Content
Member Updates

Sponsored Content