President & CEO
Cathy Langham opened trucking and air freight franchises 3 years out of college, then sold them and co-founded Langham Logistics, Inc. with her sister and brother. Langham is now a $55+ million global transportation and warehousing business with 180 employees and distribution facilities across the United States. Ms. Langham, a graduate, of North Central high school and the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, shares her logistics expertise with business leaders in industries including pharmaceutical, food and beverage, automotive, and other sectors with complex supply chains.
Cathy is the logistics company’s President and CEO and spends much of her time focused on strategic direction, customer relationships, and civic leadership. During George Bush’ Presidency, Langham’s visibility as CEO of a fast-growing business enterprise earned her firm a 2-hour visit from him. In 2005, she accepted a 6-year role on the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) Board at the invitation of Governor Mitch Daniels. In 2015 she Co-chaired Governor Mike Pence’s Blue-Ribbon panel charged with creating and prioritizing the next 10 to 30 years of transportation infrastructure for the State of Indiana.
Langham was Vice chair of the Superbowl in 2012 and is past Chair and Executive Committee member of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP), President of The Economic Club and Vice President of the Indy Championships Fund. Cathy has received several awards: Sagamore of the Wabash, IU Kelley School of Business Distinguished Entrepreneur, EY Entrepreneur of the Year, the Andre Lacy Vanguard Award for industry acumen and community leadership, and has been inducted into the Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame. Cathy lives in Carmel with her husband Rick Kocerha (who owns a business in Lafayette IN) and their 21-year-old son, Stephen, who attends Butler University.