Terri Austin

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Democratic Indiana

State House (Indiana 36)

Family: Husband: Michael; 2 Children: Matthew, Jeffrey

Born: 05/17/1955 Elwood, IN

Home: Anderson, Indiana

Religion: Episcopalian

Education: Educational Administration and Supervision Degree, Butler University, 1996 Special Education Endorsement, Kindergarten-12th Grade Emotionally Handicapped, 1984 MAE, Elementary Education, Ball State University, 1981 BS, Elementary Education, Ball State University, 1977

Profession: Assistant Professor, School of Education, Anderson University, 2003-present Executive Director, Community Alliances to Promote Education, 2001-2003 Administrator/Teacher, Anderson Community School Corporation, 1983-2001 Madison County Superior Courts, 1977-1981 National Consultant, United States Department of Education

Political: Representative, Indiana State House of Representatives, 2002-present

Congressional Membership: Indiana State Director, Women in Government, present Advisory Board, National Conference of State Legislators, 2005-present Vice Chair, Standing Committee on Economic Development, Trade, and Cultural Affairs, National Conference of State Legislatures, 2003-2005

Organization Membership: Member, Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, present Member, Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce, present Member, Board of Trustees, Anderson Fine Arts Center, present Member, Anderson Leadership Academy, present Alumni Board Member, Ball State University's Teacher's College, present Member, Elwood Chamber of Commerce, present Director, Madison County Community Alliances to Promote Education, present Member, Park Place Church of God, present Member, Saint John's Hospital Development Board, present Member, United Way of Madison County, present Member, Anderson Rotary Club, 2001-present Member, League of Women Voters, 2001-present Member, American Association of University Women, 2000-present Former Member, Current Events Club Member, Trinity Episcopal Church


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