A seven-member Board of Directors approves IndyGo policies relating to operations, contracted services, safety, finance and overall corporation structure. The Mayor of Indianapolis and the City-County Council of Indianapolis and Marion County appoints the bipartisan group. The mayor selects three members and the council four.
Board meetings are open to the public and held at 1501 W. Washington St. Upcoming Meetings:
Service Committee: Tuesday, March 24 at 9 a.m.
Finance Committee: Tuesday, March 24 at 4 p.m.
Full Board Meeting: March 26 at 5 p.m. Download the February Board Packet.
Danny Crenshaw, Chair
Appointed by the Council in July 2003
Danny M. Crenshaw founded Crenshaw Insurance in 1992, currently serving as President and CEO.
Over the past 21 years, Crenshaw Insurance (in association with Farmers Insurance Group of Companies) has provided insurance and risk management services to a variety of clients. In fact, Crenshaw Insurance was instrumental in the insurance and risk management for the construction of Lucas Oil Stadium.
Prior to forming his insurance company, Crenshaw worked in corporate security for General Motors Corporation, served as an officer with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department and was an account executive with Digital Productions Corporation. He was a major contributor in establishing electronic monitoring programs and services to law enforcement agencies throughout the Midwest and East Coast.
Crenshaw is a lifelong resident of Indianapolis. He is a graduate of the nationally recognized Crispus Attucks High School and The Historic Kentucky State University’s Whitney Young School of Honors and Liberal Studies with a bachelor’s degree in computer science.
Last but not least, Crenshaw is an FAA licensed private pilot and a state licensed bail agent in association with No Limit Bail Bonds.
Alan Rowland, Vice Chair
Appointed by the Mayor in May 2014
Alan Rowland is the business development manager for CompTIA’s Academy program that serves the academic and not-for-profit communities. He works directly with schools and teachers to assist them with utilizing CompTIA services and building successful education and certification programs.
Previously, Rowland worked at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis for 17 years. He served as a computer technology instructor focused on teaching certification curriculum from Cisco, Novell and Microsoft. He was also the director of the Ivy Tech Workforce Certification Program for over three years.
In addition to his professional responsibilities, Rowland serves on the Benjamin Harrison YMCA Advisory Board. In the past, he was a member of the Novell Education Advisory Council, the Certiport Academic Advisory Council and the MSD of Lawrence Township Board of Education.
Rowland holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Ball State University.
Juan Gonzalez, Secretary & Treasurer
Appointed by the Mayor in September 2009
Juan Gonzalez is a Senior Vice President and Business Banking Sales Leader with Key Bank.
Prior to this role, Gonzalez was a Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager with the Business Banking Team at KeyBank. Before KeyBank, he was a Vice President and Business Development Officer for Business Banking at Fifth Third Bank. He also worked at Baldwin & Lyons in Indianapolis as a Financial Analyst/ Auditor and at National City Bank as a Credit Analyst.
Juan was recognized as a 2013 HACR Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers and also as one of the 2013 20 under 40 Latinos Going Places by PODER Hispanic Magazine. He has also being the recipient of the Junior Achievement 2011 Indy’s Best and Brightest Award for Banking & Financial Services; the Community Leadership Development Up & Coming Award in 2007 as well as the recipient of the United Way Minority Volunteer Recognition Award in 2007.
In addition to his involvement with IndyGo, Gonzalez serves on other boards, including the United Way of Central Indiana, the Cancer Support Community, Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., and Society of Friends of Colombia (SADCO).
Gonzalez earned an MBA in Finance from Butler University. He also completed the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership program, an Indianapolis-based initiative that helps young professionals grow as business and community leaders. He earned his Professional Degree in Economics from Universidad de Los Andes in Bogota, Colombia.
Appointed by the Council in June 2000
Tommie Jones, owner of Jones Property LLC., is a long-standing member of the IndyGo Board of Directors. She also serves as chairwoman for the organization’s service committee.
Before retiring in 2007—after 36 years of service—Jones was a well respected educator within the Indianapolis and Decatur Township school systems. In fact, she was the recipient of numerous accolades, including the 1997 Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township School Board Proclamation, the 1998 Stephen Decatur Elementary School Teacher of the Year Award, the 1998 Unity Award sponsored by the Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township Human Relations Advisory Committee, the 2000 and 2005 Academic Recognition Award and the 2005-2006 Who’s Who in American Education.
In addition to her academic career, Jones carries a strong sense of civic pride by volunteering at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum and being a member of Good Standing at the Eastside Baptist Church. She also served on the Indianapolis City Council, a position held by her late husband Paul Jones Jr. Jones is the proud mother of three children and grandmother of five.
An Indiana University-Purdue University graduate, Jones holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.
Appointed by the Council in October 2012
Gregory F. Hahn is a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, who concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate law and business litigation, as well as insurance law, real estate law, and gaming. Mr. Hahn also serves as a principal of Bose Public Affairs Group LLC, focusing on state and federal lobbying, with special emphasis on representing corporations and individuals before all branches of state and federal government.
Throughout his career, Mr. Hahn has represented clients such as Trump Entertainment Resorts, Inc.; Bally Gaming; GTech Corporation; Boyd Gaming Corporation; Station Casinos; United Gaming; Horseshoe Casinos; the City of Indianapolis; the Indiana Insurance Guaranty Association; the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library; College Network, Inc.; Indiana University Health; and the Indiana Department of Insurance, among many others. Mr. Hahn was appointed by the Mayor of Indianapolis to the Indiana Sports Corporation in 2000 and to the Indianapolis Private Industry Council in 2001. In addition to these appointments, Mr. Hahn has served in a number of political positions including Counsel and Treasurer for the Marion County Democratic Central Committee and in the same capacity for the Indiana State Democratic Committee. He currently serves as general counsel for the Marion County Democrats’ Central Committee. Mr. Hahn is a registered lobbyist providing services through Bose Public Affairs Group LLC.
Mr. Hahn’s career has included service as chief deputy prosecutor for Marion County, Indiana and general counsel to CTS, Inc. Mr. Hahn is also very involved in the nonprofit community, either currently serving or formerly served as a member of the board of directors of the Starfish Initiative; the Athenaeum; Central Indiana Community Foundation’s Indianapolis Foundation Board of Trustees; St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church Area Youth Ministry Board; Board of Trustees of the University of Evansville; Washington Township Foundation Board; Pathways House, Inc.; Indianapolis Opera Corporation; Pleasant Run Children’s Home; and the Allisonville Little League.
Mr. Hahn has received numerous honors and recognitions including the Sagamore of the Wabash from Governor Evan Bayh, Who’s Who and Litigation Counsel of America. He has been selected for inclusion in Law & Politics’ Indiana Super Lawyers® since 2005 and is listed in Best Lawyers in America®.
Appointed by the Mayor in September 2014
Mark Fisher serves as the Vice President for Government Relations & Policy Development for the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. In this role, Mark is responsible for the overall public policy direction of the Chamber, while focusing his efforts on Economic & Community Development, Transportation, Local Government and Fiscal Policy matters.
Prior to joining the Chamber as Vice President, Mark served as Director of Engagement and Interim President of Develop Indy as well as various roles within the Chamber’s public policy team.
A native of Bloomington, Indiana, Mark has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, certificate in Business, a minor in Economics from Indiana University- Bloomington and a Master’s of Public Affairs from Indiana University- Indianapolis. Mark currently lives in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood of Indianapolis with his wife and three sons and stays active in a variety of community-based initiatives including Lacy Leadership Association as well as serving as a member of the board for Employ Indy, Midtown Indy and Indiana INTERNnet.
Appointed by the Council in August 2014