Migeaux begins her appointment Sept. 23. Current president Paul Smith previously announced his retirement, effective Oct. 1.
SEND has completed one year of a three-year strategic plan of improved housing and economic development. The nonprofit organization covers a large area of southeast Center Township stretching from the White River to Emerson Avenue and Washington St. to Troy Avenue/Albany St. With major public investments like IndyGo’s Red Line and the Community Justice Complex in Twin Aire, the new SEND president will have many opportunities for SEND’s impact on the area.
Over the last decade, Migeaux has worked on a variety of city-wide community development projects including South Indy Quality of Life Plan, Transit Drives Indy and the Greater Virginia Avenue Corridor Economic Improvement District.
Migeaux was a volunteer with SEND and the Southeast Quality of Life plan in 2008. She was recognized twice by SEND for her contributions to the community, receiving the outstanding volunteer award in 2008 and volunteer-of-the-year award in 2012. She also received a 2013 community service award from the City of Indianapolis.
“Working for a better quality of life in Southeast Indy is a part of what I do every day and I’m thrilled to continue this passion serving as president of SEND,” Migeaux said.
She is owner-operator of Polyphonic Solutions, a consulting firm providing project management services. Since 2015, She has a B.S. in Business Management from Ball State University and has served with Southeast Community Services Center, Fountain Square Merchant’s Association, the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commissions (IHPC) Citizen Advisory Group and the Indy Music Strategy.
SEND is a non-profit community development corporation created by neighbors to revitalize the near southeast-side of Indianapolis. Since 1991, SEND has invested more than $35 million in development projects. Info: www.SendCDC.org.