Indianapolis Airport Authority Board Elects New Officers

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The Indianapolis Airport Authority’s governing board elected two new officers and reelected two standing officers. Barbara Glass has been elected president, with Steve Dillinger elected vice president and Al Bennett reelected as secretary. IAA Senior Director of Finance Robert Thomson has been reelected as treasurer. Glass will replace Kelly Flynn. Flynn will remain an IAA board member. Glass was appointed to the IAA board in January 2016 by Mayor Joe Hogsett. She has had an extensive career in public service, including serving in several positions in state and local government. Glass is currently a consultant for the Lilly Foundation. Glass served for 12 years as the vice chairperson of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, and she served on Mayor Bart Peterson’s Crime Prevention Task Force. She also served on the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission. Dillinger, representing Hamilton County, has a strong record of local government and community service. He has served as Hamilton County Commissioner since 1989, and is a member of the county’s solid waste, drainage, and finance boards. Dillinger is also the owner of S.C. Dillinger & Associates Insurance Agency. As the Hendricks County representative, Bennett is retired from the Indiana Department of Correction. He also chairs the board of the Greater Indianapolis Foreign Trade Zone. In related activity, Mayor Hogsett announced the appointment of new board members Mamon Powers III and Toby McClamroch this past December.

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