Our Team


Lisa Hutcheson, Director
Lisa has been the Director of the Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking since its inception in 1997.  Through the work of the coalition, effective policies such as keg tracking and mandatory responsible alcohol server training were passed into law.


Eric Kilbride, Consultant

Eric is the managing partner of Block by Block Consulting, a firm providing positive youth development training and technical assistance for domestic and international non-profit and government contracting organizations.  Eric has devoted most of his adult life to the healthy development of young people.


Harry I. Wilson, Consultant

For more than 30 years, Harry has been an advocate for vulnerable children, youth and families. Harry has served as the executive director of a community organization, dean of a school for troubled kids and a leader in the federal government.


Jaron Kiki, Consultant

As a recent college graduate, Jaron provides a much needed student perspective to our team.




Steering Team

ICAN is advised by a steering team comprised of Indiana college and university representatives, subject matter experts and other passionate stakeholders.


Lisa Hutcheson, Director

Indiana Coalition to Reduce Underage Drinking


Jackie Daniels, Director

Office of Alternative Screening and Intervention Services at Indiana University


Tammy Loew, Health Advocacy Coord.

Student Wellness Office at Purdue University


Mary Wilfert, Associate Director

Health and Safety at the NCAA


Lisa Bishop, Director

Counseling Services at Vincennes University






ICAN is a statewide coalition of colleges and universities in Indiana working to address high risk activities among college students.

Indiana Collegiate Action Network

The Network


What is the Network?
The Network is a national organization of over 1,500 campus-based leaders within higher education addressing the issues of alcohol, other drug, and violence.  The Network is a liaison between the U.S. Department of Education and member institutions as well as other higher education professional organizations.

Member institutions encourage and enhance local, state, regional, and national initiatives through a commitment to shared standards for policy development, educational strategies, enforcement, evaluation, and community collaboration. Members agree to adhere to a set of standards aimed at reducing alcohol and other drug problems at colleges and universities.

Mission Statement
The Network is the national organization that proactively addresses the issues of alcohol, other drugs, and violence in order to promote healthy campus environments through self-regulatory initiatives, information dissemination, and technical assistance. The Network serves as a liaison between the U.S. Department of Education and member institutions as well as other higher education professional organizations. Member institutions encourage and enhance local, state, regional, and national initiatives through a commitment to shared standards for policy development, educational strategies, enforcement, evaluation, and community collaboration.