Joni Hart, Executive Director

Joni Hart is the Executive Director of the Indiana Cable Telecommunications Association. In this role, she coordinates and oversees the broad activity of the association and works closely with ICTA members and other stakeholders to support its mission and implement association goals. She is responsible for the development and advancement of INcable’s legislative agenda and regulatory affairs.

Prior to joining ICTA, Joni was the Director of Government Affairs for the Regional Chamber of Northeast Indiana, where she represented the region at the Indiana General Assembly. She has also served as the Vice President of Government & Community Affairs for the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, where her work focused on the strategic development of legislative efforts to further the city, including creation of the Allen County-Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board, incentives for target industries, and several state appropriations for community projects.

Joni graduated from Ball State University in 2003, where she earned a bachelors degree in Political Science and History. Joni has 10 years of legislative experience, with a primary focus on business and economic development issues. She is a member of the Government Affairs Society of Indiana, Women in Cable, and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. She resides in Indianapolis with her husband, Ryan.



Maddison Klontz, Association ManagerMaddison Klontz

Maddison joined ICTA in November of 2013 as the Association Manager. She is responsible for overseeing the operations of ICTA, providing administrative and legislative support as well as the coordination of services for ICTA members.

Previously, Maddison worked as a Legislative Assistant for the Indiana Senate, where she assisted legislators with policy initiatives, research, and constituent services. In 2010 she had the privilege of serving as state director for an international campaign and advocacy organization aimed at fighting extreme poverty and preventable diseases. Maddison’s passion for nonprofits has led her to IUPUI’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) where she is currently an MPA candidate.