Chris Case, operations director for SRAM/Zipp Wheels; Ashley Eason, vice president for programs and services, The International Center; and Dean Peterson, director of Indy Cycloplex and Marian University Cycling Center, will explore the intersection of business, global philanthropy, and sport, and discuss how their work can make the Indianapolis region one of the best for bikes.
Co-sponsored by The International Center and Center for Interfaith Cooperation.
About Chris Case
In the fall of 2013 Chris was named Operations Director for SRAM with P&L responsibility over their Americas fulfillment center and Zipp carbon wheel factory located in Indianapolis.
Previously he held management positions in both operations and engineering for Honeywell, Yale Security and Stanley Black & Decker. He received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University in 1993 and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee in 2003.
As an advocate for safe, great places to ride, Chris, with the support of SRAM, works to identify opportunities which will make the Indy region one of the best for bikes. Additionally, he partners with local cycling non-profits and has served on the ADA’s Tour de Cure board for the past four years.