Michie Sebree, RN
Michie has been active with Neo-Fight since 1997, and currently serves as the President. She is a
Registered Nurse with a minor in Psychology and an extensive background serving children with special needs and
those in hospice care. She is certified in Bereavement and through the National Organization of Victim's Assistance.
She is a member of the Indiana Crisis Assistance Response Team, the Johnson County Animal Disaster Response Team, and
joins with her family dog, Courtney, as a Pet Therapy team. Michie volunteers for Big Sister/ Big Sisters
of Central Indiana, Animal Care and Control, and is a foster parent for Russian orphans through the Cherry Orchard Project.
She serves on the board of directors of Tenderness Tour, Inc. as Medical Coordinator, the Indiana Perinatal Advisory
Board, and the Communtiy Council on Infant Health & Survival. She has experience as a speaker, served on
several conference planning committees, and chaired an Indiana Bereavement Consenus Statement through the Indiana Perinatal
Network. Michie's greatest accomplishment is being the mother of 2 wonderful daughters, Mesa and Levi. She
has been active with Neo-Fight in a variety of capacities since the loss of Levi's twin brother, Luke, who was stillborn at
Crisis Line Coordinator
Theresa has been involved with Neo-Fight since 1995, one year after her second child was born. Will arrived 3 months
early @ 2 lbs. 5 oz. and 14 1/4" long. Amongst many other problems, his main obstacle was that he could not breathe on his
own leading to a 3 month stay at Riley Hospital. Will had many obstacles that he overcame and he is now a healthy boy with
Autism. Being active in Neo-Fight was one way Theresa decided she could help others who were going through their
own neonatal crisis. Theresa is an active Neo-Fight Listener, and has been Board Secretary. She is currently
the Crisis Line Coordinator. Theresa feels Neo-Fight is different than most support groups in that it promotes healing
and getting past the crisis that you have experienced.
Kathleen has been involved with Neo-Fight, since the loss of her son, Charles, in 1999. She called
Neo-Fight for support shortly after losing Charles. Current President, Michie Sebree, called Kathleen within
ten minutes of paging the crisis line at a time when she was desperate to talk with another parent that understood such heartache.
In 2000, Kathleen completed training to become a Neo-Fight Listener and trained volunteer. She has since
helped Neo-Fight in various areas of peer mentor support. Kathleen is honored to continue serving Neo-Fight
as Secretary, assist our communities and most of all support families experiencing a perinatal crisis.