INDIANAPOLIS – IndyGo’s Board of Directors recently announced Mary Ann Fagan and Hydre Abdullah as its newest members. Fagan was appointed by Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and replaces Mark Fisher. Abdullah was appointed by the Indianapolis City-County Council and replaces Lacy Johnson.
Fagan is a lifelong resident of Indianapolis and has spent most of her adult life working to make it a better place to live. She was president of St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild, whose mission is to raise funds for Eskenazi Hospital. Fagan was the first female member of the Indiana Port Commission and was appointed by Governor Evan Bayh. More recently, she was a member of the Capital Improvement Board where she served as treasurer.
Fagan is married with two children and three grandchildren.
Abdullah brings many years of project management experience, especially within the construction industry, to the board. He currently works as a construction manager at Ericsson, a company that provides information and communication technology to service providers. Additionally, Abdullah has been an IT project manager at BCforward, Inc. and a regional project manager at Samsung Telecommunications America.
Abdullah’s educational experience includes a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, a master’s degree in technology management and a Certificate of Project Management.
“Mary Ann and Hydre come to us with a wealth of relevant knowledge and insight that will benefit transit riders in Indianapolis, at IndyGo and throughout the transportation industry,” IndyGo Board of Directors Chair Greg Hahn said. “We’re looking forward to the year ahead and to having them join us in helping guide our city and agency forward.”
To learn more about IndyGo’s Board of Directors, visit https://www.indygo.net/about-indygo/board-of-directors/.