Taft attorney Whitney Carter was selected to the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana’s OPTIONS Class 23. The OPTIONS program helps participants develop knowledge about critical issues impacting women and girls, and learn to use their work, wealth and wisdom to make the best community where women and girls can thrive. The 10-month program, featuring monthly two-hour sessions, includes guest speakers, field trips, community exploration and leadership development.
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Carter is an associate in Taft’s Public Finance and Economic Development practice group. Her experience includes municipal finance law, including serving as bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel, and disclosure counsel on tax-exempt financings. In addition, Carter counsels clients on state law issues surrounding referenda and the petition-remonstrance process. In addition to serving as bond counsel, Carter’s practice focuses on structured financings involving the use of tax incentives including New Markets Tax Credits and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. She also has experience defending product liability and professional liability matters.