Roderick Bohannan | Indiana Legal Services
Roderick Bohannan, is the Project Director of the Predatory Lending/ Foreclosure Project at Indiana Legal Services Inc. (ILSI), where he has worked for over 28 years.
Bohannan served as ILSI's Managing Attorney from 1980-1986, and as Project Director of the Community Development Project from 1986-2005.
Bohannan is a graduate of Seton Hall University, SouthOrange NJ and Seton Hall University Law Center Newark NJ, where he received his J.D. in 1976.
In 1972, during his senior year of college, Bohannan joined the staff of the Hon. Mayor Kenneth T. Gibson, the first elected African-American Mayor of a major urban east coast city.
Bohannan is a past president of the Indianapolis Branch of the NAACP, and Indianapolis Rehap; and is a past board member and secretary of the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP).
He is on the Advisory Board of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation.
is active in his
fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha (the oldest African American fraternity) Iota Lambda Chapter, and Indianapolis Chapter of the National Coalition
of 100 Black Men.