Erika L. Hall, Esq., joined the Indiana Bankers Association in 2016. As a member of the IBA Government Relations Team, she helps to analyze political issues, review legislative proposals, build relationships with policymakers, and promote the grassroots lobbying efforts of IBA-member banks. Hall previously was employed by the state of Indiana as deputy legislative director for the Family and Social Services Administration, prior to which she served the Indiana House of Representatives as legislative intern director, senior legislative assistant and legislative assistant. She additionally gained intern experience for the Honorable Magistrate Judge Mark Dinsmore in the U.S. District Court Southern District of Indiana. Active in the community, Hall is a member of the Junior League of Indianapolis, a former precinct committeeman for Center Township of Marion County, and she has completed state-level volunteer campaign work. Hall is a graduate of Indiana University and of the I.U. Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
IBA Mission, Vision, Values
Our mission: To advocate for and sustain an environment in which banks can succeed.
Our vision: To provide exemplary service to members as the premier state bank trade association in the country.
Our values: In fulfilling our mission, we will:
- Maintain the highest ethics, integrity and respect for others;
- Serve with professionalism, innovation and resourcefulness;
- Instill passion, positive attitude and enthusiasm;
- Remain mindful that the success of the IBA is judged by the success of its members.