lesley CRANE

February 2016
Indianapolis Business Journal;2/8/2016, Vol. 36 Issue 51, p8B
The article offers a brief profile of Lesley Crane, the chief of staff of the Indiana House Republican Caucus, dealing with topics including the challenges that she faced in her career, occupational achievement, and views on politics.


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