Sally Herrholz Biography
Sally Herrholz is the Executive Director of Safe
Sitter, Inc., a position she has held since 1999. Sally has devoted
most of her professional career to not-for-profit organizations
that focus on positive youth development.
Sally has experience in the Executive Director role with two
other not-for-profit organizations: Big Sisters of Central Indiana
and Girls Clubs of Greater Indianapolis. In addition, she has
served as an agency relations associate for United Way of the San
Francisco Bay area and training coordinator for the Parent and
Child Development Center, a research project for low-income mothers
and their babies.
She began her career as a teacher at George Washington High
School in Indianapolis and has served as adjunct faculty for
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis teaching
not-for-profit management and risk management.
Sally's undergraduate degree is from Ball State University and
her M.S. in child development and family studies is from Purdue
University. She volunteers for the Indiana Youth Institute.
Sally is married and is proud that all her nieces and nephews
take Safe Sitter® as soon as they are old enough. The current total
is six Safe Sitter® graduates and one to go.