Samuel L. Odle is a senior policy adviser for Bose Public Affairs Group. In this capacity, Odle works with clients on a variety of public policy issues involving health care and the life sciences. Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Odle served as the chief operating officer of Indianapolis-based IU Health and held the position of CEO of both Methodist Hospital and University Hospital. He retired in July 2012 after a career that started as vice president of operations at Methodist Hospital in 1981.
Richard Leventhal, majority owner of LMCS, LLC, an investment, management and consulting company. Co-founded and operated Top Value Fabrics, Inc, an industrial and recreational fabric wholesale and distribution company. In addition, a member of the Board of Directors of Emmis Communications Corp., a public media and broadcasting company. Also a board member of several not for profit organizations.
Mr. Elberger is a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans and chair of the Sports, Entertainment and Media Group He also is a member and former chair of the Litigation Group, and a member of the Appellate Group and Health Group. He practices in the areas of litigation, constitutional/civil rights law, entertainment law, sports law, appellate law and professional responsibility/disciplinary law. Mr. Elberger is a nine year distinguished advisor to and former nine-year member of the Board of Trustees for the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. He served for more than sixteen years as a member of the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana and on three occasions served as president of the Board. He received his law degree from American University, and has been a practicing attorney since 1971, a member of the firm since 1972 and a partner since 1981. Mr. Elberger is a member of the Indianapolis, Maryland, District of Columbia and American Bar Associations, as well as the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers.