Reporter, The Rundown newsletter author

State government, politics, philanthropy

Erdody joined IBJ in February 2015 and spent three years on the North of 96th beat, covering new and ongoing developments in the northern suburbs of Indianapolis. In early 2018, she switched gears to cover state government and politics. She also writes about philanthropy for IBJ.

Since graduating from the Indiana University School of Journalism in May 2012, the Michigan native has spent time at The Arizona Republic in Phoenix, The State Journal in Frankfort, Kentucky, and The Herald-Times in Bloomington. Even when she hasn’t been covering politics, she always had an interest in it. Election season can be crazy, but she loves reporting on campaigns and on Election Day (although it may have something to do with the fact that there’s always pizza in the newsroom).

Erdody still proudly cheers for the Detroit Lions, but she is a dedicated IU basketball fan. She enjoys running (she’s still surprised she ran a marathon once), playing tennis and traveling in her time off.

Articles

Sneak peek inside the new Launch Fishers

Similar to its current space in the 16,000-square-foot basement of the Hamilton East Public Library, the building will include dedicated desks, private offices, open workspace, a coffee shop and about a dozen conference rooms. It will also feature a bistro with a light commercial kitchen, locker rooms with showers, a small theater, a separate entrance and classrooms for Ball State University, and a suite for Carmel-based coding academy Eleven Fifty.

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Site unites disabled workers, jobs

The Workforce Accelerator, launched earlier this year by local not-for-profit Tangram, is similar to a dating website linking compatible people, except that it matches jobs to people who have disabilities or are military veterans.

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