Logue names Indrieri 3rd Assembly District Woman of the Year
May 9, 2013
North State Assemblyman and Chief Republican Whip Dan Logue announced that he has named Ashley Indrieri, a prominent Colusa County advocate and leader, as Woman of the Year for the 3rd Assembly District. Each year, California State Assembly members select one woman from their district whose community involvement is deserving of special recognition.
Ashley Indrieri (Emery) was raised in Nevada City and attended public school there. Her parents, Jack and Dare Emery, are residents of Nevada City.
“Ashley is a pillar of the community. Her outstanding spirit of civic engagement has served as an inspiration to those around her, and helped to make Colusa County and the North State a better place. She is well respected for her dedication to local issues and her avid work, making her a great choice for Woman of the Year,” said Logue.
Indrieri, the chief operations officer of the Family Water Alliance in Colusa County, joined the nonprofit organization in 2007. The alliance is a statewide nonprofit that is dedicated to the protection of California agriculture.
It is a grassroots organization for the protection of water rights, as well as private property rights. It administers the Sacramento Fish Screen Program, which Indrieri oversees and directs.
She has worked on local and North State flood control issues in an effort to assure that rural communities are provided with adequate flood protection.
Indrieri sits on the board for the California Alliance to Protect Private Property Rights.
She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Chapter of Omega Nu, which is a woman’s community group dedicated to educational scholarships and community welfare. Additionally, she is a member of the Colusa Rotary and the Colusa County Republican Party.
Indrieri resides in Colusa with her husband, Tom; son, Quinten; and twin daughters Ava and Addison.
Assemblyman Logue represents the 3rd Assembly District in the California Legislature, which includes the counties of Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sutter, Tehama and Yuba.
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