INDIANAPOLIS  – After serving on the IndyGo board for 16 years, Chair Danny M. Crenshaw announced he will pass his chairmanship to fellow board member, Juan Gonzalez.

Timing of this transition parallels the recently announced resignation of President and CEO, Mike Terry, and will position Gonzalez to work closely with the search committee and incoming president.

“Juan has served alongside me on the board for 10 years, and his leadership and expertise is well suited to lead the organization into the next important phase,” Crenshaw said.

Gonzalez, who has served on the IPTC board for 10 years, will assume the position immediately.

“It has been my pleasure serving on the Board since 2003 and as Chair of the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation since January 2011,” said Crenshaw. “Over the 16 years, I have been a part of seeing the agency make incredible strides in its mission to better serve the Indianapolis community through accessible public transit service.”

Since his appointment to the board, Crenshaw has worked with current President and CEO, Mike Terry, on the successful voter referendum for dedicated transit funding and the implementation of the Marion County Transit Plan.

With a successful voter referendum in 2016, IndyGo is able to deliver a 70% increase in service to this city – starting this fall with the opening of the Red Line and nearly doubling local service.

Gonzalez is Market President of Central Indiana for KeyBank.

Mark Fisher, Vice President for Government Relations & Policy Development for the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, will serve as Vice Chair.

Adairius Gardner, Director of Government Affairs for Indiana University Health, will serve as Secretary.

Greg Hahn, partner at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, will serve as Treasurer.


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IndyGo, the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, provides public transit service throughout Marion County. IndyGo is implementing the Marion County Transit Plan, which will bring a 70% increase in IndyGo services and build a strong network of frequent service. Improvements in the plan include shorter wait times, longer service hours, easier transfers, and rapid transit lines along high ridership corridors Visit our website, follow @IndyGoBus on Twitter, or call 317.635.3344 for more information.

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