Meet Cindy J. Noe

Representative Cindy Noe was first elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 2002. Currently, she represents House District 87, which includes portions of Boone, Hamilton, and Marion Counties.

Rep. Noe was recently appointed Chairman of the Committee on Family, Children, and Human Affairs, and also serves on the Education Committee and the Select Committee on Government Reduction.  Committed to supporting child safety and strong Indiana families, Rep. Noe has worked hard to address issues facing foster children.  For example, she rallied behind Senate Enrolled Act 330, a law allowing foster children to stay in the school with which they are most comfortable despite moving to new foster homes outside the school's district.

Rep. Noe has devoted much of her life to public service and is an active member of her community.  She is a Gold Member of the Washington Township Roundtable and was the first Lugar Series Graduate to be elected to the Indiana House of Representatives.  Cindy has been an elected Precinct Committeeman from Washington Township since 1996.  She also serves as vice-president on the board of Character Council in Indiana. 

In addition, Rep. Noe is the Indiana Director for the National Foundation of Women Legislators and is a member of the National Federation of Independent Businesses, where she serves on the Leadership Council. 

She is a member of Grace Community Church, and she lives in Indianapolis with her husband of 41 years.  They are the proud parents of two and grandparents of 13. 

 

 

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