Grant Manon

Grant Manon

Chief Justice

gmanon@indiana.edu

Office hours: By appointment

IUSA Supreme Court Appointee on the following committee(s): Bloomington Faculty Council—Student Affairs, Review Board

Grant Manon is a senior majoring in Finance, Economic Consulting, and Business Analytics. Grant is a Wells Scholar, a member of the Hutton Honors College, and a part of the Kelley School of Business Honors Program. Grant coordinates a cooking club at the Bloomington Boys and Girls club, is a member of the Trockman Microfinance Initiative, a Kelley School of Business activism and philanthropy group, and is the team captain of the Indiana University Ethics Bowl Team. Grant studied abroad at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Grant is interested in finance, strategy, and ethics. He is currently coauthoring a paper on the effects of international banking regulations on emerging economies with Kelley School of Business Department of Business Economics and Public Policy professor Andreas Hauskrecht. He has previously researched cultural theory topics with Kelley School of Business Department of Legal Studies professor Timothy Lemper. Grant is also a member of the Kelley School of Business Consulting Workshop. Grant will be starting as an Associate Consultant with Bain & Company next fall.

Grant graduated as valedictorian from East Noble High School, where he was a varsity member of the tennis team, being named to the Academic All-State First Team in his senior year. He was president of the Speech and Debate team, winning eighth place in Congress his junior year, and third place his senior year. He was the captain of the Academic Superbowl Science team and a participant on the Junior Engineering Technical Society team that earned the top division score in Indiana. He was a member of the Spanish club and part of the team that got first in the state Spanish Trivia competition. He was the treasurer of Bi-Phy-Chem, winning team first-place awards in Science Olympiad events, and an individual first place in the Problem Solving exam at the Indiana Academy of Science competition. He was also a member of the National Honor Society and Interact Club, winning a Rotary Youth Leadership Award. He also served as a mentor to freshman. Finally, he was a youth advisor to the Kendallville City Council for two years, and the president of the Kendallville Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council.