Anne Doran is a seasoned legislative advocate with a wealth of experience representing corporate, municipal and trade association clients before the Indiana General Assembly and state and local regulatory agencies.

Anne has previously held government positions at the federal, state and local levels. She began her public service career in Washington, D. C., working for the general counsel of the Federal Election Commission and the administrator of the Small Business Administration. Anne joined the staff of the mayor of Fort Wayne, Ind. as deputy staff director responsible for oversight of external affairs for the city, including public information, citizens action service center and the management of local and state legislative matters. She was active with the U. S. Conference.

At the end of the mayor’s term in office, Anne joined the Lincoln National Corporation as director of Indiana government relations, representing both the corporation and the domestic life and health trade association, the Association of Indiana Life Insurance Companies, before the Indiana General Assembly and state regulatory agencies. She served as corporate representative to numerous associations, including the Health Insurance Association of America, the American Council of Life Insurance, Indiana Chamber of Commerce, the Indiana Manufacturers’ Association and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Prior to joining Ice Miller in January 2001, Anne was director of public affairs for the law firm of Johnson Smith, LLP.

A member of a politically active Indiana family, Anne has been extensively involved in state and local politics. She has served as campaign manager or volunteer on dozens of mayoral or city council races throughout the state, and has worked on the campaigns of several current and former congressional members as well as state office holders. She has been a delegate to both state and national conventions and has been a local precinct committeewoman.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in public affairs from Indiana University.

Anne Doran is not licensed to practice law in any state and does not provide legal services.

Formerly a career Naval Officer, Andy’s background as acting deputy director of the Navy’s Appropriations Matters Office gives him a comprehensive knowledge of Department of Defense (DOD) acquisitions, Aircraft Procurement, Weapons Procurement, Research and Development accounts, Military Construction and Defense Healthcare funding. While directing Medical Appropriations for the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Andy advocated for Service Health Care Issues, Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) funding, as well as DOD medically-focused research, before the House and Senate Defense and Veteran Affairs committees. Andy brings in-depth experience and knowledge of the Congressional Military Construction (MilCon) Committees and the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) processes, drawing from his work as liaison for the assistant secretary of the Navy (Installations and Environment). Further, he specializes in the focused advocacy of maximizing military installations’ mission potential and identifying the economic development opportunities that the process provides to neighboring communities.