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President Bradley joins Indiana Chamber of Commerce board

November 30, 2009

Indiana State University President Dan Bradley is among 21 individuals from throughout the state who have been named to the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. The full Indiana chamber board consists of presidents, CEOs and high-level executives from companies and organizations throughout the state.

"Indiana State University can play a vital role in economic development throughout the state. I welcome the opportunity to with others in business, government and education as member of the chamber's board of directors," Bradley said.

The chamber's board of directors plays a vital role in developing all aspects of the organization's business advocacy efforts. Members serve on various committees that research key topics and define policy positions for adoption by the entire board each fall. These positions are used by the chamber's lobbying team to initiate and evaluate legislation at the Statehouse and in Congress.

"These members represent some of Indiana's most respected community and business leaders. We are thrilled to have them join the chamber's board to offer their diverse experiences and insights to continuously promote the state's businesses and its workers," said Indiana Chamber President Kevin Brinegar.

Media contact and writer: Dave Taylor, media relations director, Office of Communications and Marketing, Indiana State University, 812-237-3743 or





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The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has named ISU President Dan Bradley to its board of directors. Members of the board play a vital role in developing all aspects of the organizaton's business advocacy efforts.

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