Indiana Future Caucus Emeritus Chair
On October 3rd, Salesforce hosted a briefing with members of the Indiana Future Caucus. The conversation began with Salesforce’s Executive Roundtable, followed by a panel discussion, and Q&A with Salesforce employees.
IN Co-Chair Dan Forestal joined the Indy Chamber for a "Pancakes & Politics" conversation on millennials, civic engagement, and breaking down intergenerational boundaries.
On Wednesday, March 29th, over a dozen young state legislators and MAP convened to launch the Indiana Future Caucus. Representatives Dan Forestal (D-100) and David Ober (R-82) announced the creation of the bipartisan caucus comprised of state legislators under age 40. This new caucus will be a voice for millennial Hoosiers, who make up more than a quarter of state’s total population.
Future Caucus News
Indiana lawmakers strive to make state more responsive to needs of their generation, and get young people interested in public service
As millennial lawyers continue to grow in both number and influence throughout the state, millennial lawmakers are seeking to follow suit through a new initiative launched at the Indiana Statehouse.
On Wednesday, March 29th, over a dozen young state legislators and MAP convened to launch the Indiana Future Caucus. Check out some of the featured press from the launch events.
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - There is a new movement starting in Indiana politics, and it's called "getting along."A handful of Republicans and Democrats called a press conference Wednesday to announce the creation of the Indiana Future Caucus. It's compromised of Millennials who want to change the status quo in politics.
The state's youngest legislators pledged Wednesday to work together, across party lines, to address issues affecting Hoosiers younger than 40 and to encourage millennials to run for public office.
New Caucus Will Represent the Legislative Priorities of Nearly Two Million Millennials Living in Indiana