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IU McKinney Law J.D. Candidate Named CEO of Statewide Nonprofit
Kimberly A. Opsahl, a student in the law school’s evening division, has been appointed chief executive officer of the Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Centers (INARF). She will take on her new role in January 2013.
Opsahl has been an executive with the organization for eight years, serving in a variety of capacities including director of membership support and vice president – external affairs. She is a 2013 J.D. candidate with a concentration in health law.
“I am extremely honored to have the opportunity to serve as INARF’s third chief executive officer. It is gratifying to be a part of furthering INARF’s mission and to share the amazing work our members are engaged in throughout Indiana,” Opsahl said. “I am confident that my experience at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law provided me with a competitive edge in achieving this success.”INARF is the primary membership organization representing agencies that provide services to individuals with disabilities. INARF’s 80 member agencies provide vocational, residential, and early intervention services to over 13,000 individuals with disabilities across Indiana.