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Sarah Correll is an attorney in Ice Miller’s Municipal Finance Practice.
Sarah received her juris doctor from Indiana University McKinney School of Law, where she graduated summa cum laude and received the Faculty Prize for the outstanding graduate. During law school, she served as the symposium editor of the Indiana Law Review, was a tutor in the Deans Tutorial Society, served on the board of the national law school accrediting body and was a member of the American Bar Association Law Student Division leadership team. Sarah also worked as a summer associate at Ice Miller, a summer associate at Old National Bancorp, a legal intern at First Farmers Bank and Trust and a government relations intern at Indiana University. In addition, she served as an extern for the Office of Congresswoman Susan Brooks, Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Rush and the Office of the Indiana State Treasurer. She also presented research on Indiana’s workforce development as a Program on Law and State Government Fellow.
Sarah fostered her love for the agriculture industry while at Purdue University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics with highest distinction. During her undergraduate career, she spent three summers as a policy and communications intern for the Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn, was a merchandising intern for Archer Daniels Midland Company, worked for the Purdue Agricultural Alumni Association and studied agriculture and business abroad in Peru, Taiwan and Jamaica. She also served on the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, was a public affairs intern with Ice Miller, published her undergraduate research on Indiana’s high school graduation and college-going rates and served as a 500 Festival Princess for the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500.
Sarah grew up on a small farm and served one year as the full-time state secretary for the Indiana FFA Association, facilitating leadership workshops, presenting to high schools and coordinating the first Indiana FFA Day of Service, before attending Purdue University. She has spent time in 90 of Indiana’s 92 counties, and her love for agriculture, education and Indiana help her serve the state’s communities.
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