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YMCA Board of Directors to elect first Black woman as its chair 

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The YMCA Board of Directors elected Kristin Mays-Corbitt, president and CEO of Mays Chemical, as the new chair of its organization. Mays-Corbitt is the first Black woman elected to this position.  

“Kristin has a passion for investing in the community and brings a rich legacy of high standards and excellence from her leadership with Mays Chemical,” said Gregg Hiland, president & CEO of the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, in a statement.  

Mays-Corbitt joined Mays Chemical in 1997 as a customer service representative and worked in a variety of positions before being named president & CEO in 2012. 

The business owner earned her bachelor’s degree in business management and an MBA from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. 

Along with her newly elected position, Mays-Corbitt serves on several boards across the state, including the boards of Hamilton Southeastern High School’s Royal Pride PTO, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership and Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. 

The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis helps individuals and families build healthy spirits, minds, and bodies. 

Contact staff writer Timoria Cunningham at 317-762-7854 or timoriac@indyrecorder.com. Follow her on Twitter @_timoriac.  

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