2021-02-05 BROADCAST - DAY ON THE HILL
February 5, 2021
(All times are EST)
10:50 am: Sign-in to Zoom and Join Meeting
11:00 am - 12:00 pm: Indiana State Senator Andy Zay
Our 2021 Day on the Hill is being reinvented to take advantage of virtual meetings. We will offer Zoom Webinars with key Indiana legislative players. Our goal is to have one 1-hour session a month through the legislative session (April, possibly extended).
Prior to each Webinar, we will ask your help in collecting questions to be addressed in the Zoom session. These will be provided to the speaker ahead of time so that concerns can be researched and addressed properly and timely.
Indiana State Senator Andy Zay is scheduled to be our second DOH speaker for 2021 on Friday, February 5th from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Please submit your questions for the speaker via email to Sandy Gray by end of day Friday, January 29th to give him ample time to prepare.
We welcome your feedback on this approach and ideas to enhance or simplify the process. Though the mechanics are different, our mission remains the same:
The annual NAIFA-Indiana Legislative Day on the Hill is opportunity to participate in the political process.
NAIFA-Indiana protects your career before the Legislature. OUR voices must be heard...and WE can’t do it without YOU!
(All times are EST)
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Andy Zay is a Republican State Senator in Huntington representing Indiana's District 17 which includes Wabash County and portions of Grant, Huntington and Whitley counties since 2016. Senator Zay is a member of the Insurance & Financial Institutions Committee (Ranking Member), the Appropriations Committee and the Environmental Affairs Committee.
For most of his life, State Senator Zay has called Huntington, Indiana, his home. He was born there, got his high school education there and now raises his family there. He attended Indiana University.
For years, he has been an entrepreneur, owning Zay Leasing and Rentals Inc., which is a longtime family business.
After a Senate seat opened up, Zay decided it was his duty to make sure his hometown was properly represented, so he ran for election.
“We had many good mentors…that have served us down here in the Senate,” he said “[At] some point, you have to step up and be that person.”
Questions? Call us at 317-844-6268.