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Manchester University’s own Whitney Caudill is featured in a video released Tuesday night for the “Road to One Million” campaign – northeast Indiana's best shot at $42 million.
On Tuesday evening, about 250 people gathered at the Mirro Center for Research and Innovation, next to MU’s Fort Wayne campus, to cheer completion of the plan.
Greater Fort Wayne Inc. and Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, which led in developing northeast Indiana's bid in the state's Regional Cities competition, unveiled the application for that state funding. It's more than a grant application, the press release said. “It makes a case for what sets this region apart, recaps progress the region has made and establishes a higher goal for the future.”
That goal is a population of 1 million in an 11-county region which stretches from Warsaw in the west to LaGrange and Angola in the north to Bluffton and Berne in the south.
Caudill is MU vice president for strategic initiatives and external relations. She leads the University’s enrollment, marketing and community activities, professional development and continuing education programs, new program development, Title IX programming and community and government relations. She is also an associate professor teaching pharmacy law and related subjects in the Pharmacy Program.