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Every day IMA experts assist our members with difficult questions and issues.
Patrick J. Kiely, President, email@example.com
Pat Kiely began his career with IMA in 1991. Prior to that, Pat served in the Indiana House of Representatives for 13 years, and served as Ways and Means Chairman for eight years. Pat was also Vice President/Manager of City Securities Corporation, and the former owner of Computerland, the first computer store in Indianapolis. Pat’s areas of specialization include taxes, budget, economy, education and manufacturing.
Brian Burton, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Burton began his career with IMA in 1999. Prior to working at IMA, Brian was Vice President of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the former Executive Vice President of the Indiana Junior Chamber of Commerce. Brian’s areas of specialization are focused mainly in the human resources and employee benefits arena.
Edward O. Roberts, Governmental Affairs Consultant, email@example.com
Ed Roberts began his career with IMA in 1977. Prior to that he was on the staff of the Indiana House of Representatives, an Indianapolis Police Officer and served in the US Air Force during the Viet Nam conflict. Ed’s areas of specialization include worker’s compensation, unemployment compensation, health and safety and tort law. He also handles the day-to-day operations of IMPAC – the Indiana Manufacturers Political Action Committee.
Jeffrey B. Goodwin, Executive Vice President & COO, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Goodwin began his career with IMA in 1990. Prior to that, Jeff served as a member of the Board of Directors of both the Indiana and Indianapolis Association of Health Underwriters. Jeff holds an active Indiana Life, Accident & Health and Property and Casualty license. Jeff’s areas of specialization include health care and health-related insurance issues as they affect the manufacturing community.