Purdue University’s College of Liberal Arts has presented its 2017 Emerging Voice Award to Katie Glick. She is agribusiness strategy manager in the Food and Agribusiness Group at Ice Miller LLP. Since 2008, the Emerging Voice Award has recognized young alumni who have excelled in their careers and proven to be productive, engaged members of society.
Glick is a 2008 graduate of Purdue, worked on former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels’ re-election campaign in 2008 as a deputy finance director then as a project coordinator in the mayor’s office at the city of Indianapolis. In 2009, she returned to the Indiana Republican Party as finance director for the Governor’s Aiming Higher PAC. In 2011, Glick continued to work on the PAC in addition to her role as director of operations for the Governor’s Aiming Higher Inc. organization. She then joined the Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Corn Marketing Council and Indiana Corn Growers Association as public affairs and industry relations director.
She is actively involved with her national fraternity, Alpha Chi Omega. Glick is a graduate and former board member of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series and is involved with the Policy Circle. She is a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Women’s Giving Circle of Bartholomew County, among other local and national organizations.
Glick served as the young farmer chair for the Marion County Farm Bureau in Indianapolis and was a volunteer for Ag in the Classroom. She is a 10-year 4-H member and continues to support the Indiana 4-H Foundation.
By Brian Harris Executive Creative Director, Bradley and Montgomery
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