Scott Alexander is a 1991 graduate of Center Grove High School and a lifelong Center Grove resident. He received his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in 1995.
Mr. Alexander is the Vice President, of Sales and Strategic Partnerships for InTempo Software.
Alexander joined Center Grove’s Board of School Trustees in 2010. Prior to that he was a four-year member of the Center Grove Education Foundation.
Alexander's Information Technology background spans over the past 18 years with experience in various leadership roles. He has spent a large portion of his career in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries with some experience in consulting as well. Alexander brings vast experience in leading teams and businesses of varying sizes through information technology, operations, and logistics.
Alexander and his wife, Dana, have two sons. One is a graduate of Center Grove High School, the other currently attends CGHS. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf.
Amy Counts has lived in the Center Grove community since 2002. She serves as a Mortgage Loan Officer with Northpointe Bank.
Mrs. Counts was elected to the Board in 2020. She previously served for four years on the Center Grove Education Foundation Board where she worked to help raise money for professional development and classroom grants for teachers.
Counts is a graduate of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business with a concentration in Finance.
She and her husband, Greg, are raising three children, a son, Gavin who is a CGHS graduate, and two daughters, Sophia and Collins, who attend Center Grove schools.
Rob Daniels is a 1989 graduate of Center Grove where he was a member of the National Honors Society, lettered in basketball, played tennis, and was involved in several other student organizations.
Mr. Daniels joined the Board in 2017. He has been involved with the Center Grove Education Foundation, Center Grove Strategic Planning Committee, Center Grove Girls Basketball League, and coached AAU girls basketball.
Daniels graduated from DePauw University in 1993 with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in European History. During his time at DePauw, he studied for a semester in Freiburg, Germany. In 1996, he received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington.
Daniels has been an attorney in private practice for over 20 years. He is a partner and member of the management committee at DeFur Voran, LLP. His practice centers on complex litigation, construction, real estate, information technology, appellate, and general business representation. He is a Senior Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America and has served on several legal and construction industry boards and organizations.
He is married to Alisa Daniels, a 1991 Center Grove graduate and business manager for Daniels Associates, Inc., a family-owned information technology company. His two daughters both attend Center Grove schools.
Gary Robinson is a 1973 graduate of Center Grove High School. He received his undergraduate degree in World and American History from Franklin College and his Master of Education from DePauw University.
Mr. Robinson spent 43 years as a public school teacher, the last 37 teaching 7th Grade Social Studies at Center Grove Middle School Central. Robinson was named the 2018 CGCSC Teacher of the Year and is a 15-time Legacy Award winner.
Robinson was appointed to Board in November 2022 to complete the term of a Board member who resigned. He was then elected to that seat, a term that began in January 2023.
Robinson and his wife, Elizabeth, have three daughters, Mallory, Morgan, and Molly.He enjoys gardening, golf, pickleball, and camping.
Jack Russell is a long-time resident of the Center Grove community. He graduated from Center Grove High School in 1974. He is a graduate of Purdue University where he studied Elementary Education. After Purdue, Mr. Russell attended Butler University to study dance and acting.
Russell spent time traveling the country after graduation doing live shows at theme parks and dinner theaters. During that time, he would also substitute teach in the local school system. After a few years working as general manager in his family’s real estate and development business, Russell returned to the world of education to teach full-time. He also spent time substitute teaching while raising his son, Austin, whom he adopted from Paraguay. Austin is a 2013 Center Grove graduate.
Russell has been an active member of the Center Grove Education Foundation. He is also involved with the Center Grove Alumni and Friends group. Russell was elected to the Center Grove Board of School Trustees in 2010 and has served in various leadership positions, including as president in 2013.