Our Board of Directors


Todd Zimmerman


Todd is a driving force in his community, serving as City Council-at-Large for the city of Fishers, Indiana and as a board member for the Youth Mentoring Initiative. Todd is also a dedicated family man. He has been married to his wife, Nikki, for 20 years, and has three boys at home, Joshua, Elijah and Benjamin


Justin Porter


Justin is a long-time Indianapolis area resident who has called this vibrant city home since 2000. Nestled in the town of Noblesville, he shares his life with his loving wife and two enthusiastic boys.

But there's more to Justin than just his suburban bliss. He's also a proud co-owner of Athletic Annex, a prominent sports retail establishment rooted in Indianapolis. When he's not busy managing the business, you'll find him donning his dad hat, shuttling his boys to and from their countless sporting adventures – the designated family chauffeur!

Justin's passion for sports isn't confined to the sidelines. For over 15 years, he has been actively engaged in youth sports within the local community, whether it's been as an official or as a coach.

Justin has been a part of the Falcons organization for the past 5 years, contributing his expertise and enthusiasm to this dynamic group.

Matherly_Ben_Print - Head Shot

Ben Matherly


Ben is a newer Fishers resident moving to the area seven years ago from Elkhart, Indiana.  He is a partner at Crowe LLP leading their Midwest Real Estate and Construction Tax practice.  He also sits on the Indianapolis Zoo Advisory Council and is the Treasurer of the Central Indiana Construction Financial Management Association.  Ben grew up playing about every sport he could sign up for and is the self-proclaimed #1 Indiana Hoosiers fan.


Tony Wellman

At-Large Member

Tony is a lifelong Hoosier and resident of Fishers since 2009 along with his wife and two children. He is a Director in the IS organization at Delta Faucet Company and a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington. Tony has long been a baseball fan and has visited 22 MLB ballparks. He has also been involved in coaching youth basketball, baseball, and soccer in the Fishers area. Tony joined the Indiana Falcons Organization board in 2022 and is currently focused on community outreach.


Nick Kouloungis

At-Large Member

Nick moved to Fishers, Indiana in 2018  along with his wife and two children and, since then, they have been active participants and volunteers with local youth sports leagues and school PTOs. Nick is employed as an IT professional with Indiana University Health and joined the Indiana Falcons Board in 2023. His service on the Board is focused on supporting the organization's technology-based initiatives.

Nick is a graduate of the University of Georgia and enjoys playing golf when he can.

Jaime Macomber

At-Large Member

Jamie originally moved to Indiana in 2003 from Columbus, Ohio after graduating from Ohio University. After many years in the Marketing world she went back to her roots training Standardbred race horses. She and her husband, Ricky, train a stable of 20 horses at Hoosier Park in Anderson.

Jamie and Ricky moved to Fishers in 2012 to start their family.  They are very proud parents of Nate and Aubrey.  Both kids are members of the Indiana Falcons family!

Jamie joined the Board in 2023 focusing on social media. She is very much a mom boss, focusing on her kids and their busy schedules.


Brooke Lawson

At-Large Member

Brooke, a native of a quaint Northern Indiana town, made Fishers her home in 2010 with her husband, Grant. As the dedicated Director of Mental Health for Carmel Clay Schools, Brooke plays a pivotal role in orchestrating and optimizing mental health services and school counseling within the district. Her responsibilities encompass guiding a team of over 40 school counselors and school social workers, providing supervision in matters of mental health and student support. Additionally, Brooke spearheads the district's mental health crisis response team, ensuring a swift and effective response when needed.

An alumna of the esteemed Purdue University, where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Youth, Adult, and Family Services, Brooke further honed her expertise by obtaining a Master's Degree in Social Work from Indiana University. Beyond her professional commitments, she serves as a board member for both The Peyton Riekhof Foundation for Youth Hope and The SHIFT Initiative.  When not immersed in her professional endeavors, Brooke finds immense joy in witnessing her two children, Gavin and Bailey, pursue their passions. Their pursuits are a constant source of inspiration, reminding her of the importance of fostering hope and well-being in young lives.