INEXS and our Community...

A place where amazing things Happen!

Each year INEXS® employees donate significant amounts of time and money to non-profit organizations, while INEXS® executives play an active role in a variety of civic and fund-raising activities throughout the region

For 19 years INEXS CEO Craig Davis has been riding his bike in the MS 150 from Houston to Austin to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society to help fund research into possible causes and cures as well as provide living assistance to thousands affected by this disease.

During the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in August through October 2017, INEXS employees and executives helped hundreds of families clean up and rebuild their homes devastated by the storm.

Each year INEXS staff gather and donate presents for the annual Toys for Tots, campaign run by the United States Marine Corps.   During the yearend holiday period several INEXS employees also buy and build bicycles as part of the annual Elves and More campaign that collects and distributes more than 12,000 bicycles to underprivileged youth each year.

This year INEXS’ CEO will also participate in the six-day 535 mile Tour du Rouge bike ride from Houston to New Orleans to raise money for The Arc, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting individuals and families with all forms of intellectual development disorders.

Craig Davis is currently the president of the Indiana University Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Advisory Board, which provides guidance and fund-raising for the department.

The principal community focus of the company is fund raising for the revitalization and maintenance of the nationally recognized Judson Mead Geologic Field Station of Indiana University Bloomington.  This unique asset, in the Tobacco Root Mountains of southwest Montana, is considered by many to be one of the finest programs of its kind in the world. The IU Geologic Field Station provides training and field mapping exercise experiences for Future Geoscientists and active Geoscience Professionals.

Future Geoscientists

Fieldwork and camps are the best critical skills training source for future geoscientists to interact with both geology and colleagues for successful careers.

Geoscience Professionals

Refreshes mid-career geoscientific professionals via an expanding range of quality field courses, strengthening their expertise with the stratigraphy.

Good Deeds, Good Fun!