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President's Day

Saturday, October 15, 2022, 11:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Ivy Tech - Indianapolis
Illinois Fall Creek Building (IFC) - Rms 101/102
(on Fall Creek Pa
2535 N. Illinois Street
Indianapolis, IN  46208
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Annual President's Day

Registration Opens at 10:30 am

Program 11am to 4 pm EASTERN

Registration $25 (lunch included)


10:30am - Registration Opens

11:00am - Welcome, Recognition of Past State Presidents and State  
                  Board of Directors
11:20am - Local League Presidents’ Sharing

Noon - Lunch and Table Discussions

1pm - Panel Discussion
   Brandon Smith, Host, Indiana Week In Review
   Niki Kelly, Indiana Capital Chronicle

2pm - Short Break

2:15pm - Panel Presentation
   Kristin Adams, Indiana Family Health Council
   Shelli Yoder, Indiana State Senator, District 40

3:15pm - Moving Forward in 2022
               The Final Word-Advocates
               Meet the New Social Media Team
               Awards-Past State Presidents

4:00pm - Adjourn


Brandon Smith, Host, Indiana Week In Review
Brandon Smith has been the Statehouse reporter for IPB News for more than a decade. He’s also the host of Indiana Week In Review, seen and heard on public broadcasting stations around Indiana. He previously worked in public radio as a reporter and anchor at KBIA in Columbia, Missouri. Prior to that, he worked for WSPY in Plano, Illinois as a show host, reporter, producer and anchor. Brandon graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2010, with minors in political science and history. He was born and raised in Chicago.

NIKI KELLY – Indiana Capital Chronicle
Niki has covered the Indiana Statehouse since 1999 – including five governors. She has been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists and Hoosier State Press Association for stories on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, criminal justice issues and more. She also is a regular on Indiana Week in Review, a weekly public television rundown of news. She shifts her career to helm a staff of three and ensure Hoosiers know what’s really happening on the state level.

Kristin A. Adams, Ph.D., CHES, President/CEO, Indiana Family Health Council
Kristin has a Ph.D. in Health Education from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and MA and BS degrees in Health Education from Indiana State University. She has been a Certified Health Education Specialist since 1998. Dr. Adams joined IFHC as the President/CEO in September 2014. She has extensive knowledge of the healthcare landscape in Indiana and experience in managing different federal and state public health grants. Prior to joining IFHC, Dr. Adams served as the Director of the Office of Public Health Policy and Performance Management at the Indiana State Department of Health. She brings over 20 years’ experience in both the Indiana public health and education arenas to her position serving with state government, national non-profits, institutions of higher education and local primary health care providers.

Shelli Yoder, Indiana State Senator, District 40
Elected in 2020, Senator Shelli Yoder serves all residents of District 40, which encompasses Monroe County. She was selected to serve as Assistant Minority Caucus Chair. She is a senior lecturer at Indiana University Kelley School of Business and is honored to have represented her district on the Monroe County Council from 2013 to 2019. Senator Yoder served multiple years on the board of the South Central Community Action Program, including the Head Start Policy Council, and the Monroe County Opioid Commission. In 2017, she co-founded and co-chaired the statewide-award-winning South Central Indiana Opioid Summit. She has an extensive background in managing non-profit organizations focused on women’s health care. She lives in Bloomington with her spouse and three children.