Intend Indiana is honored to announce the creation of the Trent L. Garrett Fellowship, in honor of our esteemed colleague and beloved friend.
The mission of the fellowship is to support diverse professionals in developing a career in real estate and community development. The two-year fellowship program will enable recipients to develop real estate experience, learn about the development sector and build leadership skills.
During his career in real estate development, Trent was committed to improving the community and contributed to Intend Indiana in exceptional ways, serving for more than eight years on the Board of Directors, six as Chair. Trent’s leadership has impacted the lives of thousands in the community.
Trent generously gave of himself by supporting those around him, mentoring young people and exhibiting the rare qualities of character that make great leaders. He was especially committed to encouraging diverse professionals to consider a career in real estate and community development. It is our privilege to create a program that will be a fitting legacy for our friend and represent his commitment to opening doors for others. We hope you join us in this work.
The Board of Directors of Intend Indiana
Contribute to the Trent L. Garrett Fellowship
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Donations can also be made by cash or check (make checks payable to Intend Indiana):
1704 Bellefontaine Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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*Please note Trent L. Garrett Fellowship on the memo line of a check or on the envelope.
Intend Indiana is a charitable non-profit organization committed to improving housing, economic development, and quality of life in the metropolitan Indianapolis area. Originally from Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, Trent was a resident of Indianapolis for 30 years and was a graduate of Anderson University and the McKinney School of Law at IUPUI. He was employed by Simon Property Group for nearly 25 years in their real estate development and legal departments. He passed away on September 2, 2021.