Jen Weber has been a licensed attorney in the state of Indiana since 2003, who most recently practiced law at the Office of Judicial Administration, Indiana Supreme Court. She has spent her legal career predominately practicing within the judicial branch in the state of Indiana. She also completed a clerkship with Judge Thomas G. Fisher at the Indiana Tax Court. She is active in the Indiana State Bar Association, a graduate of the Leadership Development Academy in 2017, as well as currently serving as a member Ambassador.
After retiring from her full-time legal work in 2019, Ms. Weber now dedicates her time in the nonprofit sector. Specifically she is President of Comfort Finders Inc, a nonprofit she founded in 2016 to support adults with cystic fibrosis. She has recently completed a term as the adult board representative on the Indiana Chapter of the CF Foundation, concluding in 2020. She continues to support the CF Foundation mission by serving as a chapter state ambassador, as well as at the national level on several advisory committees. She continues advocacy and volunteering for the Indiana Donor Network as well as the IU Health Congregational Care Network.
Jen has been a cellist in the Carmel Symphony since 1997, and completed a 2-year term as the orchestra board rep from 2017-2019. She holds a BS in Sociology from Bradley University – Peoria, IL, and a JD from Maurer School of Law – Indiana University Bloomington, IN.