State Representative Karlee Macer is currently serving her sixth year in the Indiana House of Representatives and is a resident and native of Wayne Township, on the west side of Indianapolis.
As former president of the Wayne Township Education Foundation, former president of the 40 West Business Association, and the Community Relations Manager/Clinical Liaison at Northwest Healthcare Center, Karlee has worked with students, workers and business leaders to accomplish shared goals in the community. She is a founding member of the community and economic development non-profit, Indy Gateway, focused on improving the quality of life for everyone on the west side. By fighting for industry in both the public and private sector, she has worked to create jobs with livable wages in House District 92.
Throughout her time in the legislature, Karlee has been recognized as the Indiana Chamber’s Legislative Champion, Indiana Chamber Small Business Champion, Legislator of the Year by the Disabled American Veterans, AARP Capital Caregiver Award, Legislator of the Year by the Indiana Social Work Association, and received the Distinguished Public Service Award from the American Legion
Karlee is the ranking minority member on the Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee and serves on the Commerce, Small Business, and Economic Development Committee; as well as the Utilities, Energy and Telecommunications Committee. She also serves on the Indiana Veterans Affairs Commission.