Indiana PTA is looking for volunteers to fill positions on our various committees. It is no longer a requirement for committee members to travel, as most work is now done via conference call.

Advocacy Committee:
Engages and empowers members to take action on issues. Promotes and facilitates the resolution writing process, which allows INPTA to speak on issues.

PR, Marketing & Resources Committee:
Manages all INPTA social media, website and the Good News email. Creates promotional and informative materials. Seeks donations, grants and sponsorships for Indiana PTA.

Bylaws & Policies Committee:
Studies the bylaws and policies of our association and keeps them up to date. Reviews proposed amendments and presents them to the convention body.

Membership Committee:
Promotes PTA membership across the state. Assists local units in engaging members and volunteers.

Diversity Committee:
Promotes diversity and inclusion across our state. Suggests training opportunities to broaden the awareness of others in cultural literacy, social justice and cultural sensitivity.

Embracing inclusion, equality and diversity is the focus of Indiana PTA for the next two years. Our promise to our members is going to be two-fold. Advocacy based and membership driven just as it was for our founders many years ago. We plan to revitalize family engagement in all areas of our state; As well as be attentive to the needs of both our members and leaders. 

This year's membership campaign, "Because Together We Can Change the World," was submitted by Stephanie Bramer, a council leader in Hammond. She is joining Indiana PTA this year full of excitement and bold ideas to grow our membership. It's proven the larger the membership, the louder our voice sounds to lawmakers. We need to be considered Changemakers not just bakers! We look forward to the possibilities the future holds for Indiana PTA and are excited to have each of you by our side!

Julie Klingenberger, President 2019-2021

President's Note from INPTA 2019-2021 President Julie Klingenberger