• Board June 2019  
    Carl Johnson, President
    Carl Johnson was elected for his first term in 2016 and began serving in 2017. Carl is a Principal and Senior Architect at BSA LifeStructures. He holds a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. A 2013 graduate of Hamilton County Leadership Academy and 2017 graduate of Miller Ambassadors, Carl has served on Noblesville Schools Community Advisory Committees, Calendar Committees, School Curriculum Committees, Referendum Committees, and Noblesville Schools Education Foundation. He has also volunteered at White River Elementary, Noblesville East Middle School and Noblesville High School. His community involvements include AWANA, teaching Sunday School, Hamilton County Passion Play, All Pro Dad, CRU, FCA, White River Clean-up, Indiana Faith AAU Basketball, Indy Premier Soccer Club, American Heritage Girls, Boy Scout Exploring Career Education, and Ball State University student mentoring. Carl and his family attend Northview Church where they are involved in several other outreach initiatives. Carl and his wife Kristina have resided in Noblesville since 2004. They have four children: a freshman at Concordia University Ann Arbor, a junior at Noblesville High School, an eighth-grader at Noblesville East Middle School, and a fifth-grader at White River Elementary. 
    Serves on: Facility Planning committee, Safe Schools committee, Noblesville Parks Board, and Diversity committee
    Brad Howell, Vice President
    Brad Howell was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Noblesville Schools Board of Trustees and began serving in 2017. He is employed at the Hamilton East Public Library, and both he and his wife Carmen have previously worked at Noblesville High School in the Library Media Center and the World Languages Department, respectively. Brad graduated from Anderson University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies Education (Grades 5-12) and from Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, with a Master’s of Library Science and School Media Services degree.  Brad has volunteered with White River Sports, Noblesville Youth Baseball, Grace & Cleats and White River Elementary School.  He participated in the School Improvement Committee at Noblesville High School, the Noblesville High School 1-1 Technology Implementation Committee, and the Interview Committee for the White River Elementary principal search. Brad and his wife have lived in Noblesville since 1999 and have four children: a sophomore and freshman at Noblesville High School, a sixth-grader at Noblesville East Middle School and a third-grader at White River Elementary. 
    Serves on: Noblesville Schools Education Foundation board, Nobvlesville Youth Sports Alliance, Policy Review committee, and Technology committee
    Monica Peck, Secretary
    Moncia Peck was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Noblesville Schools Board of Trustees and began serving in 2018. She is the former co-owner of Hare Chevrolet and has been previously recognized as an Indiana Business Journal “40 under 40” honoree, as well as a Noblesville Chamber “Business Person of the Year”. A graduate of Noblesville High School and Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, Peck has been involved in volunteer and leadership roles with numerous community organizations including: Noblesville Schools, Noblesville Parks Foundation, Noblesville Boys and Girls Club, Noblesville Chamber of Commerce, Prevail, Riverview, Noblesville United Soccer and more. Peck and her husband Darren have two children currently enrolled in Noblesville Schools.
    Serves on: Fundraising committee, Athletic Review Board, Noblesville Redevelopment Commission, and Safe Schools committee


    Joe Forgey  

    Dr. Joe Forgey, Member

    Joe Forgey was elected to the board in November 2018 and began serving in January 2019. Joe is a Pediatric Dentist practicing with Pediatric Dentistry of Noblesville. He is a graduate of Butler University and Indiana School of Dentistry and has given hundreds of preventive dental lectures in Noblesville Schools at all academic levels. Joe is a 2018 graduate of the Miller Ambassadors Program and served with the Miller Backers for ten years. He coached basketball at the Noblesville Boys and Girls Club and soccer with the Noblesville Soccer Club. Joe and his late wife Cynthia (Noblesville Schools board member 1998-2006) have five children that attended Noblesville Schools. They have 12 grandchildren, three who currently attend Noblesville Schools, with the other nine children four years old and under.  


    Serves on: Enrollment Management committee, ISBA Legislative, Noblesville Youth Sports Alliance, and Wellness committee



    Lisa Sobek, Member

    Lisa Sobek was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Noblesville Schools Board of Trustees and began serving in June 2019. Lisa brings a background in corporate marketing, sales and account management to the board, as well as experience as executive chair of the Noblesville Diversity Coalition (NDC). Lisa holds a Master of Business Administration in Business Management from Indiana Wesleyan University and Bachelor of Science in Marketing & Marketing Logistics from Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business. She graduated from the Miller Ambassadors program in 2019 and has also been involved in volunteer and leadership roles with Good Samaritan Network, Grace Church, and Wheeler Mission. She is also active in the classroom and as a parent teacher organization volunteer. Lisa and her husband have resided in Noblesville since 2005 and have two children attending Noblesville Schools.  


    Serves on: Attendance Review committee, Diversity committee, and High Ability Council