Ann Hannan is a board certified music therapist with 16 years of clinical experience at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Ann officially joined the Riley Cheer Guild staff in February 2016 and provides support to office staff, gift shop staff, board members, and volunteers. She supervises the clinical music therapy team (please click here to learn more about music therapy at Riley at IU Health) and serves on a variety of leadership committees throughout the IU Health organization. Ann has two sons, Noah and Benjamin, and she is married to Gabe Hannan, a Brown County, Indiana native.
Ann enjoys walking, hiking, reading, singing, playing guitar, crocheting, knitting, and spending time with family and friends. Her favorite part of her work with the Riley Cheer Guild is interacting with community members and volunteers to advocate for the children at Riley and the adults at IU Hospital and IU Simon Cancer Center.
Sara Wigman has served the Riley Cheer Guild for over 11 years beginning as a supplemental cashier at the University Hospital Gift Shop, transitioning to Team Lead in 2007, and ultimately accepting the position of Gift Shop Manager of Operations in August 2015. Sara supports the entire group of gift shop team leads and cashiers, assists with day to day operations in the Riley Cheer Guild offices, meets with vendors regarding shop design and merchandise, and supports special events for the Riley Cheer Guild and throughout the hospital to meet the needs of staff, patients, and families.
Sara enjoys knitting, cooking, and walking her small, adorable dog, Zoe. She has been married to Steve for 33 years and has two grown children, Sam and Hayley.
Sara’s favorite part of her job is her many opportunities for buying and selling.
Teresa is from Brownsburg, Indiana. She started her career at Indiana University Medical Center in 1982. After experiencing several different positions, she landed at Riley Cheer Guild over a decade ago. For Teresa, it is gratifying to know that she is a part of making a child’s hospital stay just a little easier, which in turn, helps the families cope. Teresa has two grown sons, Duane and Jason, and one grandson, Justin. She and her husband, Dennis spend most of their time with their grandson, and she is an avid reader.