IBJ Calls Craft '00, Fisher '91 Top Leaders Under 40• February 4, 2008 Share:
Each year the Indianapolis Business Journal publishes its Forty Under 40 feature of up and coming young entrepreneurs, leaders, and business people. Wabash men have become a staple of the annual list.
Two Wabash men made this year's list. Tim Craft '00 is a Senior Associate with CB Richard Ellis, Indianapolis. The 30-year-old works for the company's property team in acquisition, leasing, purchasing, selling and subleasing. Craft was an English and French major at Wabash, a Lilly Scholar, and member of Phi Gamma Delta.
Tom Fisher '91 is Indiana's Solicitor General. The 39-year-old was the state's first-ever SG. He advises Attorney General Steve Carter and is responsible for the state's U.S. Supreme Court docket and handles many of the high-profile state cases. Fisher was a political science major at Wabash and member of Kappa Sigma.
The IBJ can be found on newsstands around the Indianapolis area.