(INDIANAPOLIS) — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce is providing two opportunities to stay connected with state policymakers in 2020.
The Chamber Day Dinner, sponsored by Ice Miller LLP, takes place on February 11th at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in downtown Indianapolis.
Former White House Chief of Staff and retired U.S. Marine Corps. General John F. Kelly will serve as the keynote speaker. More than 700 business leaders and government officials are expected to attend.
“The Chamber Day Dinner is considered the state’s premier legislative event of the year. It’s a great opportunity to network and discuss policy priorities key to a healthy economic climate, as well as hear from a national figure in General Kelly,” says Indiana Chamber President Kevin Brinegar.
Kelly served within the Trump administration for 18 months as the chief of staff and previously as the Secretary of Homeland Security. Prior to his time at the White House, he was a career military officer who rose through the ranks. He ultimately served as the four-star general leading the United States Southern Command, the unified combatant command responsible for American military operations in Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.
Register to attend the Chamber Day Dinner at www.indianachamber.com/chamberday.
Hoosiers interested in continued legislative engagement can reach out to lawmakers with the aid of the Indiana Chamber’s longstanding resource, the Legislative Directory. The publication provides contact information, committee assignments, bios and more for all legislators.
The 2020 version is available as an app (compatible with Apple and Android phones) or a handbook. A discount is given for purchasing both as well as bulk quantities of the book.
The app is slated for release this month and the booklet will be distributed in early January.