Brett — formerly the Associate Director of the Ivy League — has a background in transitioning the image and awareness of organizations. At the League, he transformed its website into a broad-based outlet which, at its height, was drawing eight million page views per month before spinning into several related sites, including those focused on black history, women’s history, the Olympics and the League’s 50th anniversary. Several of his written pieces won district and national awards from CoSIDA, the professional organization for publicists of college athletics. A 1986 graduate of the University of Dayton, Brett has also worked very closely with the Penn Relays, an event he has now served for 21 consecutive years. In his day job, Brett is one of the founders of Schools Building Communities, a non-profit organization working to bring high-quality public charter schools to Indianapolis’ communities. He also serves as the marketing director for the Indianapolis chapter of Architecture for Humanity and as a consultant to the Indianapolis Library Citizens Coalition.