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CHS Grad A Member Of Indiana Leadership Forum Class Of 2013

Sabra Northam Sabra Northam Recently, 2005 Cloverdale High School graduate and co-valedictorian Sabra Northam was honored at the Indiana Leadership Forum’s 2013 annual luncheon. The luncheon was held September 4 at The Hyatt Regency in Indianapolis to honor the Indiana Leadership Forum’s class of 2013. The day’s events featured an invocation given by secretary of state Connie Lawson, the introduction of the speaker by state auditor Dwayne Sawyer, the keynote address by Governor Mike Pence and the class of 2013 ceremony led by chairman Tim Berry.

Northam is the assistant director of government relations for Indiana University. She received her Bachelor of Science in political science from Butler University in 2009 and her Justice Degree from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law in 2012.

She is a member of the Indianapolis and the Indiana State Bar Associations, the Indianapolis Civil War Roundtable and St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church. She also serves as a precinct committeeman for Center Township and as treasurer for the Tim Oakes for Judge Committee. She is the daughter of Toni and Tom Tomlinson of Cloverdale and Brian and Donna Northam of Anna Marie Island, Florida.

In 1993, the Indiana Leadership Program was founded by businessman Al Hubbard, political activist Roger Schmelzer and community leader Joe Hale to prepare qualified individuals for civil service and to generate a greater understanding of the government and political process.

Today, entering its third decade of operation, the Indiana Leadership Forum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization dedicated to recruiting and educating some of Indiana’s most talented community and business leaders and preparing them for increased involvement and leadership positions in public service, public policy and citizen activity throughout the state.

The Indiana Leadership Forum provides class members and alumni an opportunity to network with professionals from across the state, interact with elected officials and political experts and increase their participation in the government and political process.

Over 420 Hoosiers have graduated from the Indiana Leadership Forum and many have served Indiana in a variety of important leadership positions, including: United States congressman; state auditor; state legislators; county commissioners and prosecutors; elected judges; Indiana Secretary of Commerce; state agency senior staff; Indiana Election Commission; Indiana Transportation Fiance Authority; county, city and town council members; and state, district, county and precinct leadership positions.

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