At Indiana Donor Network, our values of thinking big, serving well and being remarkable guide our actions and support our continuing dedication to the important work we do in saving and healing lives through organ, tissue and eye donation.
One of our teams, information services (IT), plays a crucial role in supporting those values. Their work allows us to serve our communities, professional partners, transplant recipients and most importantly, our donors and their families. We continue to grow as an organization, which means our IT needs do as well. So, we set out to find new talent for our IT team.
Meet Robert Callahan. He has joined Indiana Donor Network as a new information services technician. Let’s take a few minutes to get to know him!
Tell us about yourself and your new role at Indiana Donor Network.
My previous job was at Christel House Academy, where I was a technology teacher for grades K-6. Before that, I worked in the IT departments at Christel House and Ivy Tech. I have an associate degree from Ivy Tech and I currently attend IUPUI, where I am studying information security. I am a veteran of the U.S. Navy, where I was a submarine electronics technician. In my new role, I will provide maintenance and support to users, as well as installing and maintaining information systems.
Of all employers, why did you choose Indiana Donor Network?
I chose Indiana Donor Network because of the culture and atmosphere. One visit here and I knew it was the right choice. From the smiling faces to the professionalism, the staff I interacted with were great.
What are you most excited about working at Indiana Donor Network?
I am very excited to jump into a career with a great company and am looking forward to meeting everyone. Also, I love technology so I can’t wait to dive in and learn.
When not at work, what do you do for fun?
I work on small electronics and gadgets, play drums and guitar, ride bikes and play with my dog.
- “It’s my way of giving the families a hug…”
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