On March 19, Robin Shackleford, Chair of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus and vice-president of the Women's POWER Caucus, will appear on our Virtual Speaker Series to talk about legislation sent to the Governor--and some that was not--at the completion of the 2022 short session of the Indiana General Assembly. See Events Calendar for the virtual link!
Shackleford was first elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 2012, representing Indiana House District 98. She serves as ranking minority member of the Public Health Committee and sits on the Courts and Criminal Code Committee as well as the Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
Shackleford's career is rooted in government affairs and public policy. She was employed in the office of Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson as the Diversity Affairs Director, worked as a policy and research specialist for the Indiana Health Care Association, and gleaned extensive experience about issues impacting the Indiana General Assembly through positions she has held with the Indiana Department of Commerce, the Clerk of the Supreme and Appellate Courts, and the Indiana House of Representatives.
Shackleford is a graduate of Indiana University and IUPUI, having earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in public affairs.
For more, see Shackelford Bio