Executive Vice President & President of the Indianapolis Office Mamon Powers, III was recognized by Indianapolis-based Junior Achievement (JA) of Central Indiana on its 2020 list of Indy’s Best and Brightest.
In the event program Jennifer Burk, president & CEO of JA of Central Indiana, noted the 16th annual recognition focused on the city’s top thought leaders and change makers. Those selected for the honor were recognized not only for their professional accomplishments, character, and leadership qualities, but for the impact they have on the community.
Of 100 individuals nominated across all categories, just ten were selected for the 2020 Best and Brightest honor. Powers was recognized as the stand-out nominee in the real estate development and construction category.
In addition to his work in the real estate and construction industry, Mamon Powers, III is active in the local business and philanthropic communities. His accomplishments include serving as secretary of the Indianapolis Airport Authority board, executive committee member of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee (GIPC), and member of the board for the Indy Chamber, Ivy Tech Foundation, Methodist Health Foundation, and United Way of Central Indiana.
Other categories in which honorees were recognized include accounting, banking and financial services, education and nonprofit organizations, government, health and life sciences, law, manufacturing, retail and services, media, sports and entertainment, and technology.