Katrina Hall has represented Indiana Farm Bureau, the largest farm organization in the state, as a tax and local government specialist since 1999. In her role within the government relations division of Farm Bureau, Katrina not only educates members about taxes, local government, and education issues, but also advocates on behalf of Indiana Farm Bureau members in the Indiana General Assembly.
Katrina worked for the State Board of Tax Commissioners for 10 years, seven of those as director of the budget division. Immediately prior to her joining Farm Bureau, she served as a consultant to local governments and schools on fiscal matters. She also worked for Manatron Inc., a supplier of county government financial software. She gained local government experience during four years as first deputy to the Shelby County auditor.
A graduate of Purdue University, Katrina lives in Shelbyville and serves on the Shelbyville Central Schools board of directors and on the Shelby County United Fund board.