The Economic Club of Indiana will Wednesday kick off a new season designed to further discussion of social and economic issues. The organization is returning to in-person luncheons in downtown Indianapolis after going virtual last year due to the pandemic.
The monthly luncheons typically attract more than 500 attendees at the Indiana Convention Center.
“While not an easy decision in light of the current increase in COVID cases, providing an opportunity for our community to network is one of the things attendees value most,” Jenny Pfeil, director of fund development for the Economic Club of Indiana, said in an email to Inside INdiana Business.
The first luncheon will feature journalist and author Clarence Page. Other speakers this season include Senator Todd Young (R-IN), Eli Lilly and Co. Chief Executive Officer Dave Ricks, and American Red Cross CEO Gail McGovern.
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