Lauren Ganapini serves as Executive Director of the Indiana Democratic Party. Previously, Lauren served as Director of Finance and Operations of Congressman André Carson’s reelection campaign in Indiana’s 7th Congressional District through three election cycles before joining the Indiana Democratic Party. Before her position with Congressman Carson, Lauren got her start in politics and public service working for United States Senator Debbie Stabenow in the role of constituent services for five years.
Phil Johnson joins the Indiana Democratic Party as Communications Director. Previously, Johnson served as Political Director for John Gregg’s 2016 gubernatorial campaign and as Assistant Communications Director for the Indiana Senate Democrats.
Alex Fuller, Finance Assistant
After serving as an intern for the Indiana Democratic Party, Alex was hired on as the Finance Assistant in 2017. He comes from a long line of Democrats and has lived in Indiana his entire life. Alex graduated from IUPUI with a degree in political science.
Zoe King serves as the Digital Media Specialist of the Indiana Democratic Party. She is in charge of managing our digital presence. Zoe has a background in cyber security research and is a recent recent graduate of Indiana University where she majored in Political Science, Sociology, and Spanish. When she’s not working, she loves to bake and spend time with her dog, Claire.
Courtney Meyers, Compliance Director
Courtney joined IDP as Director of Compliance in 2019 after serving as a Field Organizer on the Statewide Coordinated Campaign in 2018 and the Marion County Municipal Coordinated Campaign in 2019. Courtney is a Democrat because she believes in compassionate policy. She is our Compliance Director because she has a notoriously annoying amusement with rules.
Brady Wade, Data Deputy
Brady Wade serves as Deputy Data Director for the Indiana Democratic Party. Brady is originally from Northwest Indiana. He’s previously worked in numerous organizing, GOTV, and management roles on progressive campaigns across the country, most recently for Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and South Bend Mayor James Mueller.