No one does more to help Hoosiers involved in agriculture than Indiana Farm Bureau. As you strive for success, you may encounter situations where you need guidance and/or resources. INFB's public policy team is ready to assist.
Childress is INFB’s policy advisor – local government relations. She is the point of contact for zoning, county comprehensive plans, and local and county government issues.
317-692-7886 | email@example.com
Cordray is INFB’s public policy project manager. He is heavily involved in the policy development process. Cordray also manages the public policy team’s calendar and event coordination.
317-692-7812 | firstname.lastname@example.org
INFB’s director of state government relations role is currently unfilled. This person typically works in-depth on state government issues, food safety policy, and issues related to natural resources including nutrient management and wetlands.
Until this position is filled, please contact Andy Tauer, executive director of public policy, at email@example.com or 317-692-7835.
Todd Davis, Ph.D.
Davis is INFB’s chief economist. He serves as INFB’s resource for insights into the agricultural economy. Davis examines how policy decisions and global factors may impact Indiana’s farmers.
317-692-7826 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Finley is the administrative assistant for INFB’s public policy team. She supports the team in many ways including working on special projects, coordinating events and organizing information.
317-692-7834 | email@example.com
Hall is INFB’s senior director of policy strategy and advocacy. She is the point of contact for taxation, fiscal policy, annexation and broadband issues. Hall also is a resource for policy development questions.
317-692-7805 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Novotney is INFB’s associate director of policy engagement. He is well-versed in state government issues, including policy decisions related to the Indiana Department of Health.
317-692-8580 | email@example.com
Seifers is INFB’s national affairs coordinator. He maintains INFB’s relationship with Indiana’s congressional delegation. Seifers also is the point of contact for the farm bill.
317-692-7855 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tauer is INFB’s executive director of public policy. As the leader of the public policy team, he is a great resource on many issues including INFB’s political action committees, energy policy, specialty crops and more.
317-692-7835 | email@example.com