Marshall County Auditor Penny Lukenbill is beefing up her resume, this time being elected to the position of President of the Association of Indiana Counties Board of Directors.
The AIC Board of Directors sets rules and regulations as well as legislative goals for the Association of Indiana Counties, a not-for-profit organization established more than 50 years ago to improve county government.
Lukenbill’s term will begin Nov. 1, and she will absorb those responsibilities alongside her responsibilities as auditor. She is currently serving her first term in that capacity, having previously served two terms as Marshall County Treasurer as well as President of the Indiana County Treasurers’ Association. On top of that, she has served as Chair of the Education Committee for the Indiana Auditor’s Association and spent time serving on the Legislative Committee.
Lukenbill said it was an honor to be selected to represent county officials across the state as AIC President, and she looks forward to continuing to ensure Indiana taxpayers are provided with “the government they expect and deserve.”
She has been a member of the AIC Board for seven years.