With a strong commitment to improving working conditions for Indiana teachers, enhancing safety in schools, protecting women’s reproductive rights, and preserving property values, Aimee will bring her extensive experience as a practicing attorney and local community activist to the Indiana House of Representatives. Running with a track record of collaboration and cooperation, Aimee is committed to ensuring Hoosier residents have the opportunity to thrive locally, without the need for relocation due to unfavorable economic factors.
A 13-year Fishers resident, Aimee has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to service in her local community. In addition to currently serving as the first female President of the Sagamore Inn of Court, Aimee has also spent countless hours volunteering for various school-related boards in Fishers, including Fishers High School Gridiron, Hamilton Southeastern Youth, and Fishers High School Rugby, as well as serving as a volunteer coach for the Fishers Knights cheer squad. She has served as the assistant treasurer for Hamilton Southeastern Lacrosse and is currently active with Fishers Tiger One. Aimee has also volunteered as a presenter at the Fall Creek Junior High Career Day and Fishers High School Student Choice Day. Prior to relocating to Fishers, Aimee was a founding member of the Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary in Gary, Indiana.
Aimee’s husband, Randy Cole, is an Audio Engineer at Lucas Oil Stadium and member of IATSE Local 30. AJ Rivera is a freshman at Franklin College majoring in elementary education and playing football. Ally Rivera is a sophomore at Fishers High School and plays lacrosse. The Rivera Coles are parishioners of the Holy Spirit Parish at Geist. Aimee received a bachelor’s degree in business from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business and a law degree from Valparaiso University School of Law. Cole has been a practicing attorney since 2003 and currently works as Senior Counsel for Travelers Staff Counsel in Indianapolis.