Indiana House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) announced today that the Indiana House Republicans senior staff member Tory Flynn would be leaving the House staff for a new role. Flynn has served as the Communications Director for the Speaker and Republican Caucus since 2010.
In her role, she has served as the chief spokesperson for the House Republicans and has managed all aspects of media and communications for the 71 elected officials within the House Republican Caucus. On June 30, Flynn will be joining Hillenbrand, Inc. as their new Director of Communications and Public Affairs.
Hillenbrand, Inc. is a global diversified industrial company that makes and sells business-to-business products and services for a variety of industries and is headquartered in Batesville, Ind. In her new role, Flynn will oversee the corporate communications strategy, manage public policy activities and direct the corporation’s community relations.
“Since Tory first began in her role as Communications Director, she has been a vital part of our senior staff team. She has been someone that I could consistently rely on over the years and has brought a tremendous amount of expertise and creativity to our communications team,” said Speaker Bosma. “I am extremely grateful for her commitment through the years and her public service to Hoosiers. She will be sorely missed and we wish her the very best in this next step in her career.”
Speaker Bosma will be announcing his selection for the Communications Director position in the coming days.