Prior to joining BGD, Ali served as the Logistics Projects Coordinator at Conexus Indiana, a not-for-profit entity, where she focused on the development and implementation of Roads and Transportation public policy initiatives, and managed projects for the Conexus Indiana Logistics Council, which is made up of over 30 transportation industry executives. Also in her role at Conexus, Ali directed the university-level workforce development program, which exists to connect students in logistics and supply chain with Indiana-based industry executives in an effort to address the skills gap and keep trained logistics and manufacturing professionals in Indiana post-graduation.
Ali also served as a Legislative Assistant in the Indiana House of Representatives, where she provided policy assistance to three State Representatives: Representatives Holli Sullivan (Evansville), Hal Slager (Schererville), and Dave Wolkins (Wabash). While serving in the House, Ali covered the House Family, Children, and Human Affairs Committee, as well as all related policy areas, on behalf of the House Republican Caucus. Additionally, Ali served as the Caucus liaison to the Indiana Charter School Board during her time on staff, and was also deeply involved in many statewide education and school choice initiatives.
Ali is a third year student at McKinney School of Law here in Indianapolis where she serves as an appointed member of the Student Bar Association, a Representative to the Dean’s Student Advisory Board, President of The Federalist Society, and a member of the Dean’s List.
Contributions & Published Works
- "Will Sports Betting Decision Open Door to More Virtual Sports Betting in the U.S.?," American Gaming Lawyer, Fall 2018
- Panelist, "Sports Betting: Disruption Breeds Innovation," SportsUNITED, Indianapolis, August 22, 2018
- J.D. Candidate at Indiana University McKinney School of Law
- Purdue University, B.A. Sc., Psychology, 2014