INDIANAPOLIS — IndyGo is pleased to welcome Britt S. Griffin as our new Chief People Officer. Griffin comes to IndyGo with extensive experience in human resources (HR) initiatives, talent acquisition, employee engagement, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and belonging leadership. He most recently served as Vice President of People & Culture and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging at Infrastructure & Energy Alternatives (IEA), which was acquired by Mas Tec. Prior to his time there, Griffin worked for Medxcel, Damar Services, Inc., Finish Line, Anthem and more within the Indianapolis area. At IndyGo, he will oversee the Department of People and Teammate Experience, which includes both HR and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Workforce Development functions. Duties will include leading teammate recruitment, benefits, training and development, maintaining social responsibility, fostering relationships with IndyGo’s union and much more.

“We are excited to welcome Britt to the IndyGo team! His extensive expertise will be a major asset to our organization as we expand service and deepen our sense of belonging for all individuals. IndyGo remains strongly committed to providing an inclusive work environment, and Britt will only amplify our mission!” said IndyGo President and CEO Jennifer Pyrz.

Griffin graduated Cum Laude from Indiana Wesleyan University. He currently serves as a board member for Tangram, committee member for Equity Initiative of Indianapolis, advisory board member for Kids’ Voice of Indiana and member of the United Way DEI committee. Previously, he served as a board member for the Diversity Roundtable of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana and Indianapolis Society of Human Resources.

“I have a long history of service to my community and enjoy helping others,” said Griffin. “I look forward to bringing that skill and care to IndyGo to support our teammates and build the best programming, services and opportunities possible to further enhance the great work already taking place here.”

Griffin has been married to his wife, Dawn, for 23 years and they have a daughter who will start college in the fall. They also have an eight-year-old mini Australian Shepard named Lexi. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his family, attending concerts, plays and musicals and looks forward to cheering on Indy’s home teams, including the Colts, Pacers, Fever and Indians.

Griffin started his new position at IndyGo Tuesday, May 28



Pictured above: IndyGo Chief People Officer Britt S. Griffin

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