Maureen Weber: President & CEO

Maureen Weber: President & CEO

Indianapolis, IN – Maureen Weber, a leader in education and human capital development, has been appointed as President & CEO of Early Learning Indiana. Weber brings an impressive track record of leadership and accomplishments across the public and nonprofit sectors, most recently as Chief Strategy Officer at Project Lead The Way, a national organization that empowers K-12 students with transportable skills put into practice in STEM settings.

She joined Project Lead The Way after serving as Vice President of Customer Experience at Indiana University Health, the most comprehensive healthcare system in the state of Indiana. Weber has also served in a number of operational and policymaking roles for the State of Indiana including the Department of Education, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Workforce Development.

She received a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.S. from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. She chairs the board of Purdue Polytechnic High School and is an advisory board member for Stand for Children Indiana. She was appointed by Governor Mitch Daniels to chair the Indiana Charter School Board and has served on a variety of other boards and commissions in the Indianapolis community.

Weber begins her duties as President & CEO at Early Learning Indiana on March 5, 2018.

Early Learning Indiana ensures the highest level of early care and education for children in Indiana and creates early childhood learning experiences that prepare children for success in school and that build a solid foundation and passion for life-long learning. Its goal is to continue to be the area’s best source for child care services and resources while embracing a larger role as an advocate and leading voice for early childhood education in Indiana. For more information, visit