American Red Cross Indiana Region welcomes Sarah Moss as new executive director of Central Chapter

Last Updated on December 8, 2023 by American Red Cross

Sarah Moss

The American Red Cross Indiana Region is pleased to announce Sarah Moss as the Central Chapter’s new executive director.

Sarah joined the Red Cross in 2011 as an account manager with our Biomedical Services. In this role, she strengthened and expanded the blood program at Purdue University, where she developed a partnership with the Fraternity, Sorority, and Cooperative communities to include Red Cross blood drives as a part of their community service initiative programs. In addition, Sarah launched a sickle cell initiative at Purdue.

She is a proud 5-time Presidents’ Club recipient and looks forward to using her professional network to grow and promote the Red Cross across all lines of service.

“Sarah’s commitment to the community is a great asset that will strengthen the work of the Red Cross in the Central Chapter,” said Terry Stigdon, chief executive officer of the American Red Cross Indiana Region. “Her inclusion in our leadership team is particularly valuable due to her direct involvement in furthering the mission, as already shown by her substantial contributions to our Biomedical Services,” added Stigdon.

As a Purdue alumna, Sarah is passionate about enriching campus efforts. As such, she currently serves as the student advisor for the American Red Cross Club. She is a doctoral candidate in Business Administration at Indiana Wesleyan University and holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Selling and Sales Management from Purdue University.

About the American Red Cross Indiana Region:
The American Red Cross of Indiana Region serves 6.9 million people in 104 counties in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Ohio through its six chapters: Central, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Southwest, and Greater Indianapolis (Regional Headquarters). The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit us at or follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @indianaredcross. LinkedIn: American Red Cross of Indiana.

SOURCE: News release from American Red Cross

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