Doug is the founder and Chairman of Monon Capital. The firm engages with partners around ideas and opportunities for innovation and imaginative/redemptive entrepreneurship through venture investments, a thought and conversations studio, a venture lab, and a charitable fund. Prior to founding the firm, he was Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of Hillenbrand, Inc. He previously held senior executive positions at Boston Scientific Corporation, Guidant Corporation, Ronald Blue Trust, and Eli Lilly & Company.
Doug serves as a director | trustee of Fields Park Trust, EDGE Mentoring, Telemachus, the Sagamore Institute, and The Trinity Forum. He serves as an advisor to Discovering Broadway, the Able Fund, T&H Investment Properties, and Sinapis. He also serves on the board of several businesses, including Lost Valley Ranch, a premier guest ranch experience in Colorado.
He attended Ball State University, where he earned a BS and a MS, and Babson College’s Consortium for Executive Education.
He is the steward of the Little Free Library #13099, located in his neighborhood, the Arts and Design District in Carmel, Indiana. The library is known for its focus on time-honored children’s books and, for its adult patrons, a regular offering of short stories by Flannery O’Connor and G.K. Chesterton. In addition it features the books of the Andrew Luck book club. The library is but one of the ways he and his family’s passion and commitment for building community and caring for the common good plays out.
Related Trinity Forum Readings
“The Oracle of the Dog” by G. K. Chesterton, featuring an original introduction by Doug Wilson