INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts are proud to announce a resident of Indianapolis, Ind. as a 2012 honoree of the Colts Anthem Angels program, presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Lyndsay L. Hill-Curran was recognized at the Colts home game on Sunday, December 9, 2012, for her outstanding contributions to the community.
Lyndsay L. Hill-Curran has been an associate professor at Indiana University School of Nursing since August 2012 and is also employed with St. Vincent and Adult and Child, Inc. Besides Lindsay's daily activities, she also dedicates herself to her community in numerous ways. She is the president of the not-for-profit organization American Psychiatric Nurses Association-Indiana Chapter, which helps psychiatric nurses across Indiana fight discrimination of the mentally ill by providing education, an annual conference and networking opportunities.
In addition, Lindsay has volunteered her time at the Indiana Women's Prison weekly for the past five years. At the prison, she works with mothers and their babies to help teach social skills, family education and reintegration into society. Lindsay describes her work at the prison as the best part of her week because she has the opportunity to provide support to a population that is grossly underserved.
"Anthem Angels…Honoring Everyday Heroes" was established by the Indianapolis Colts and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to pay tribute to Hoosier "First Respondents" who may have received little or no recognition for the strides they have made to help others in human-service related professions.
In honor of Lyndsay's heroism, she received four (4) VIP Club Seat Tickets to the Colts game, a feature story with her photo in the Colts gameday magazine (the Scout) and on-field recognition at the game.
Nominations are still being accepted for upcoming 2012 home games. For more information about Anthem Angels, presented by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, please visit www.colts.com/anthemangels.