About Felix Rippy
Felix Rippy is attaining a master’s degree in public affairs at the Indiana University-Purdue University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). He has also successfully secured a position as a graduate student research assistant and recently, Muncie Community Schools with a 12 point plan to raise money to help address their approximately $10 million debt. Next year he will begin his doctoral candidacy in public policy with a goal of teaching at a top university.
As a credentialed teacher of mediators with Austin Texas Mediators, he trained others to handle general mediation as well as advanced family law mediation. No stranger to teaching, Felix has recently taken up a position to teach students as part of the Transition to Teach programs offered at IU. The one-year long programs are designed for learners with at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
Felix Rippy graduated from Harvard University in 1984 cum laude. He also holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School Law in 1998, and an MBA from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business in 1992, where he was salutatorian. He holds a bachelor’s in history from Harvard University and a Certificate in Public Management from the Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Management.
Over and above this, Felix led the Prepared for Environmental Change initiative as part of IU Grand Challenges research program and he currently trains future CPAs in Indiana to utilize legal and business acumen to take the companies they are associated with public, as well as demonstrate ways to raise capital through private equity or venture capital raises.