Indiana’s CRC Policy Story
Indiana just passed major colorectal cancer (CRC) policy this year. Join us to listen to their story and learn what worked well for CRC advocacy in Indiana!
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Bryan Hannon is the Director of Indiana Government Relations for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). Working with public officials at the local, state and federal level, Hannon directs policy campaigns to make cancer prevention, detection and research a priority in Indiana. He also serves as the Chair of Tobacco Free Indiana Coalition and its statewide campaign to raise Indiana’s cigarette tax.
Previously Hannon led ACS CAN’s grassroots advocacy efforts in Indiana where he helped volunteer advocates connect with their elected officials on various policy priorities including tobacco control, access to care and research funding priorities like the 21st Century Cures Act.
Prior to joining ACS CAN, Hannon worked in the Indiana state legislature and served in various capacities for political campaigns and non-profit organizations in Indiana. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and a certificate of public management from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife and two children.