Leading the Way
For Indiana. For our future.
The Indiana Conservative Alliance for Energy is an organization founded by conservatives who believe in a genuine “ all of the above” approach to Indiana’s energy policy – an approach that values the energy that built our great state and transitions to the clean, renewable and efficient energy that’s powering our future.
Moving Indiana toward an all of the above energy policy will create jobs, expand our economy, make our communities more secure through energy independence, improve public health, and leave behind a powerful legacy for future generations of Hoosiers. We encourage you to stay involved through our website and social media channels.
We believe that a diverse and increasingly renewable energy portfolio is the key to lower electricity rates and a more reliable system.
We believe in leveling the playing field so that emerging energy technologies can access markets. We believe that as technologies change, Indiana must embrace its emerging clean energy economy; by doing so, the Hoosier state will remain competitive and secure further job creation and investment for years to come.
WE ARE THE INDIANA CONSERVATIVE ALLIANCE FOR ENERGY.
MEET THE TEAM
Reed Davis serves as the Executive Director for the Indiana Conservative Alliance for Energy, managing the organization’s operations throughout the year.
Previously, Reed worked as ICAE’s Program Director and as a representative of the Indiana Land and Liberty Coalition. Davis spent his early career on political campaigns and in state government, working in both Indiana and Georgia. Most prominently, he served as the Regional Field Director in Indianapolis for Governor Eric Holcomb’s successful re-election in 2020.
Reed is an alumnus of Indiana University and is a lifelong Hoosier, having been born and raised in Hamilton County.
Hunter Jones serves as the Program Director for the Indiana Conservative Alliance for Energy, overseeing communications, programming, and administrative functions essential to the organization’s day-to-day operations and overall mission.
Prior to joining ICAE, Hunter served in several different roles for the Office of U.S. Senator Mike Braun, first joining his Indianapolis team in 2020, and then his Washington, D.C. team. In 2021, Hunter transitioned onto the Senator’s legislative team as Legislative Correspondent, and then Legislative Aide.
Hunter is a proud Hoosier and a graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, having recently moved back to his hometown in Hamilton County.
Zach Rodgers, born and raised in Wells County, Indiana, is Executive Director of Right to Life of Northeast Indiana.
A graduate of Norwell High School, University of Indianapolis (Bachelor’s in Marketing), and of Western Governors University (MBA), Zach has worked in Higher Education, politics, the private sector, and now in the Nonprofit sector.
Passionate about helping families who are in crisis, Zach works to make sure there is a compassionate and caring conservative approach to Pro Life service.
He is also the Wells County Republican Party Chairman which allows him to help his community by finding the right people for the right place at the right time. He has attended Hope Missionary Church for over 30 years and loves to invest in the next generation of leaders.
After a twenty-three-year career in the Marine Corps and retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel, Greg Ballard returned home to Indianapolis in 2001. In 2007, he ran a successful campaign to become the 48th Mayor of Indianapolis, subsequently serving two terms. While Mayor, he became a Trustee for the US Conference of Mayors and was known for his boldness and innovation by his fellow mayors.
A graduate of Indiana University, he has been awarded Honorary Doctorates from both Butler University and Marian University, is a Distinguished Alumni of IU’s College of Arts and Sciences, is an Honorary Alumni of the University of Indianapolis, and holds a Master of Military Science from Marine Corps University. He is a Persian Gulf War veteran. Greg and his wife, Winnie, have been married for 38 years and have two children, Erica and Greg Jr.