Becky Doemland


Becky Doemland is the founder and CEO of Good Works Indy, an Indianapolis-based consultancy that cultivates partnership and support between companies and the nonprofit community. With more than 25 years of corporate philanthropy and marketing communications experience, Becky uses strategic-thinking, creativity and community connections to foster relationships between client companies and organizations.

Before starting her business, Becky served as Director of Marketing Services and Director of CSR Communications for OPENLANE (formerly KAR Global), an auto remarketing company where she conceptualized and implemented the company’s corporate-giving philosophy, “We believe in second chances for cars, people and communities.”

Becky is an active volunteer with nonprofits in Central Indiana. She is the Board Chair for Westminster Neighborhood Services, a community center that serves the basic needs and educational opportunities for individuals and families living on Indy’s Near Eastside. She is also a steering committee member for Women United, a donor network that actively contributes to the mission of United Way of Central Indiana through advocacy, volunteerism and financial contributions. Becky recently graduated from Nexus Impact Center’s inaugural Powerhouse Cohort, a year-long interactive study to advance diversity, equity and inclusion on nonprofit boards.

Craig Oppenheim


Craig Oppenheim is the Director of Customer Solutions at AFC, where he plays a pivotal role in developing innovative products that effectively address customers’ pain points, leading to an improved overall experience. He oversees the entire product development process from ideation to implementation and leads cross-functional teams to bring the ideas to life. Craig has played a crucial role in launching various financing products, implementing and driving the adoption of OKRs, and collaborating with industry partners to establish new sales channels to ensure the company’s future growth.

Before joining AFC, Craig was a part of Rolls-Royce’s Financial Leadership Development Program. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce and Economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Outside of work, Craig enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, visiting new countries around the world, and immersing himself in different cultures. In his free time, Craig can often be found exploring local coffee shops, enjoying the outdoors, playing video games, and watching Formula 1.

Craig is involved with Conscious Capitalism because he believes in the power of business to make a positive impact on society beyond just making a profit. As an emerging business leader, he recognizes that companies have a responsibility to not only create value for their shareholders but also to serve all stakeholders including their customers, employees, and communities. Craig believes that by embracing Conscious Capitalism, companies can create a more sustainable and equitable future for all. Craig became involved with Conscious Capitalism in 2022, supporting the Indianapolis Conscious Learning Cohort and then joined the Conscious Capitalism Indianapolis Leadership team in 2023.

Kathy Pedrotti Hays


For more than 20 years, Kathy Pedrotti Hays has helped organizations adjust their actions for maximum positive social impact. By blending experiences from both non-profit and for-profit businesses; Kathy helps companies drive revenue, generate success and create positive work environments by developing and implementing social responsibility and giving programs. She serves as the Partnerships Chair for Conscious Capitalism – Indianapolis.

Kathy’s career in corporate social responsibility began as the first marketing director for an Ohio-based law firm Schottenstein, Zox & Dunn. Here, she realized organizations that acted in a socially responsible way could recognize profits beyond the bottom line.

To foster this interest, she earned her Masters in Public Administration with an emphasis in nonprofit management through the IUPUI School of Public and Environmental Affairs and immediately began building her career in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.

She cultivated her leadership ability at AIDServe Indiana as the statewide director of education and training. She then became the executive director of the Marion County Family Advocacy Center where she assisted the organization in coordinating child abuse and domestic violence investigations. In that role, she was responsible for managing staff, services and a budget derived from federal, local and private sources.

In 2003, Kathy launched Pedrotti Hays, Inc. a consulting company dedicated to providing enterprising solutions for the social good. To that end, she has assisted nonprofit and for-profit organizations in defining and delivering superior services and philanthropic initiatives. To date, Pedrotti Hays has worked with more than 50 nonprofits and corporations across the Midwest.

A skilled facilitator and business strategist. Kathy currently serves as the Indianapolis facilitator of the Women’s Presidents’ Organization, an international organization that provides monthly confidential peer learning sessions for second stage women business owners. Kathy is also a former faculty member in The Fund Raising School at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.

Kathy has helped to grow and develop the social enterprise movement in Indiana by assisting companies in their business planning and implementation of social enterprise. Having recently assisted the first Indiana-based company, Bohlsen Group, in attaining B corp certification status, Kathy is frequently sought-after as a speaker on B corp certification and corporate social responsibility. Her goal for the “Taking Care In Business” podcast is to make the world of CSR accessible to businesses of all sizes while developing a community of companies who are passionate practitioners.

Leslie Pagel

Leslie Pagel


Leslie is literally a “peak performer”, having reached the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro! When she isn’t adventuring, Leslie serves as Chief Customer Officer at Authenticx. In this role, she helps companies be the best version of themselves by providing insights and understanding on the humans they serve. Leslie serves as Co-President of Conscious Capitalism – Indianapolis.

She’s just as busy off the clock, too – Leslie serves as Board Secretary for Art with a Heart and Volunteers at her swim club as a USA Swimming Official. A physical fitness “addict,” this Indiana University graduate truly practices Conscious Capitalism.

Nathan Bobay


From the time Nathan was introduced to the book Conscious Capitalism in the fall of 2014, he was inspired to do more.  He attended the Conscious Capitalism conference in 2015, and again in 2016, becoming a champion for the movement. Currently he serves as Senior Manager of Customer Solutions at delta Faucet Company, putting to use his experience in accounting, finance, international business, employer branding and customer service. For Nathan, Conscious Capitalism inspires him both personally and professionally to do more towards providing fulfillment in people’s day to day lives.  That conviction led him to be a critical contributor to the creation of the Conscious Capitalism chapter in Indianapolis. Nathan currently serves as the Chair of Business Development for Conscious Capitalism – Indianapolis.

A connoisseur of Michigan blueberries, Nathan is a graduate of the Indiana University-Bloomington, Kelley School of Business, and received his MBA from Butler University; he is currently a board member for the Indiana chapter of the Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals (SOCAP). An Army National Guard veteran, he served a tour of duty in Kuwait and Iraq in 2003. Nathan is married with two children, and enjoys IU Basketball in his spare time.