Administrative Team

Michelle Miller: Executive Director

Michelle Miller has been with Outside the Box since 2017, previously serving as the Director of Development. As Executive Director, Michelle oversees all aspects of operations, planning, budgeting, and program implementation. Michelle has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Indiana Wesleyan University. Additionally, Michelle has twenty-one years of experience in fundraising, event planning, and alumni relations. Michelle has also been involved in Capital Campaigns for Culver Academies, Purdue University, and The Orchard School.


Amy Bonner:  Coordinator of Community Career Support Services- she/her/hers 


Amy Started in January 2020 with Outside the Box, after having been in Employment Services for people with disabilities for over twenty years.

Amy is a Certified Employment Support Professional and has been awarded the Professionalism Award by the Indiana Association Supporting Employment for People First. (INAPSE)

Amy loves OTB’s commitment to looking outside the box for ideas and solutions, and especially feels aligned with OTB’s welcome culture where EVERYONE has a voice and a seat at the table.


Emmy Lutes: Associate Director

Emmy started at OTB in 2011 as a secondary facilitator, and has since been promoted to primary facilitator, Staff Support Specialist, Coordinator of Business Operations, and has now settled into her new role as Associate Director. Emmy loves OTB because everyone who enters the front doors will be accepted as they are and there is good in every day. Emmy met her husband at OTB, and they have two kiddos at home! They also have a pup named Scout who loves to join on family adventures!


Anthony Brown: Staff Support Specialist

Anthony Brown is a Staff Support Specialist with over fifteen years of experience in leadership, working, and volunteering in recreational sports and Ministry. Anthony’s experience in recreational sports consisted of managing three teams and a host of Coaches and volunteers. Anthony’s leadership abilities, dedication, and faith in God opened the door of opportunity allowing him to step through it, being ordained and installed as the Senior Pastor of Mt. Calvary FWBC. Anthony’s primary focus is lifting his family, community, and social relationships fostering atmospheres for success. This focus allows Anthony to educate and empower the people he serves directly. Anthony has attended school at Indiana Business College and Indiana Wesleyan University and has received two Associate of Science Degrees: both in Business and Ministry Administration.

Anthony is a powerful force in the workplace and uses his attitude and tireless energy to encourage others to work hard and succeed. Anthony is inspired daily by agape love, family, friends, and faith. Anthony loves to study, go to the movies, and play online video games with his children.

Lisa Leachman: Staff Support Specialist

Lisa has been a part of the OTB family since 2017 starting out as a primary facilitator for the Grasshopper’s.  In just a little over a year’s time she was promoted to a Staff Support Specialist. Lisa has 17 years of experience in this field. Lisa has an employment history of working in memory care, hospice, and serving as a private duty home health aide. Lisa is an altruistic individual who’s never met a stranger. Lisa has three beautiful daughters, a handsome son , and a pup (miniature Yorkie)by the name of Drako. If you’re every feeling down, simply need a good laugh or need to know anything about latest tennis shoes Lisa’s your gal!!!!


Jenny Swim: Studio Coordinator 


Jenny has been with Outside the Box since 2016. She has a background in arts and joined OTB a facilitator in the Icicles, Badgers, and art studio.  Jenny, along with many big hearted participants, cares for the chickens at OTB and has a deep love for animals and the outdoors. She lives near downtown with a pitbull named Hugh, chickens and ducks. She loves OTB’s radical practice of seeing the goodness in every moment, and celebrating the joy in every success, no matter how small.