Lopez Joins Conexus Indiana Board

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Conexus Indiana has added Danny Lopez to its board of directors. He is chairman of Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s Workforce Cabinet. Lopez joins a 12-member board, which is comprised of statewide leaders who guide Conexus Indiana in its mission to accelerate, promote and grow Indiana’s advanced manufacturing and logistics economy.

He previously served as Governor Holcomb’s deputy chief of staff and Lieutenant Governor Holcomb’s chief of staff under the previous administration. Lopez began his work in politics, advocacy and government in 2004 as managing partner of Capitol Gains Corp., a political consulting and Spanish-language media relations firm with a client portfolio ranging from national and international candidates to domestic and multi-national corporations.

Prior to his work with Governor Holcomb, he was state director for United States Senator Dan Coats, special assistant for Indiana Governor Mike Pence, deputy director for the State of Indiana Civil Rights Commission, executive director for the State of Indiana Commission on Hispanic Affairs and director of legislation/director of communications for City of Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan.

Lopez has previously served on a number of boards, including the State of Indiana Charter School Board, the city of Bloomington Economic Development Commission, the Christamore House in Haughville and the Alumni Association of Belen Jesuit Schools of Miami and Havana. He also participated as a Subcommittee Co-Chair for the 2012 Super Bowl Committee.

A member of the Stanley K. Lacy Leadership Program Class XXXIX, Lopez currently serves on the board of directors for the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, Leadership Indianapolis, VisitIndy and the Boy Scouts of Central Indiana.

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