updated: 8/2/2012 8:33:01 AM
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard has named Indianapolis Bond Bank Executive Director Deron Kintner Deputy Mayor for Economic Development. Kintner succeeds Michael Huber, who is taking an executive role at the Indianapolis International Airport.
August 1, 2012
Indianapolis, Ind. -- Mayor Greg Ballard today announced the appointment of Indianapolis Bond Bank Executive Director Deron Kintner as Deputy Mayor for Economic Development. Kintner will assume the role on an acting basis on September 4, 2012, pending confirmation by the City-County Council.
"Deron is the right choice to lead economic development efforts for the City of Indianapolis," said Mayor Ballard. "For the past four years, Deron has played a key role in every major economic and neighborhood development deal in the city. I hope the City-County Council will quickly confirm this appointment, so our city's efforts to attract new investment and jobs continue without missing a beat."
Kintner has served as Executive Director and General Counsel at the Indianapolis Bond Bank since March 2010. He joined the Bond Bank as Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel in February 2008. Prior to joining the Ballard administration, he served as an attorney in the Government and Public Finance Group at Bingham McHale LLP in Indianapolis. Kintner received his undergraduate (1998) and law (2001) degrees from Indiana University-Bloomington.
Kintner will succeed Deputy Mayor Michael Huber, who is departing to become the Senior Director of Commercial Enterprise at the Indianapolis International Airport. In this role, Huber will manage the airport's revenue-generating operations including parking, attracting new air service to the city and commercial development of airport property and facilities.
"Michael's work to attract new investment, jobs, residents and development to our city is unmatched," said Mayor Ballard. "I am thrilled he will continue his service to our city by leading economic development at one of our most critical assets, the Indianapolis International Airport."
Huber has served as Deputy Mayor for Economic Development since March 2010. Prior to joining the Ballard administration as Director of Enterprise Development in January 2008, Michael worked in state government as Deputy Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Administration and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Government Efficiency and Financial Planning group. Michael has an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University-Bloomington (2005) and a BS in Social Policy from Northwestern University (1998).
Source: Office of Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard