Governor Mike Pence's communications director is leaving the administration. Christy Denault will stay on until late next month. In a statement, the governor's office says she is resigning to spend more time with family. April 15, 2015

News Release

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Governor Mike Pence today accepted the resignation of his Communications Director, Christy Denault. Denault, who has an eight-year-old and triplets who are six, is departing the Pence Administration to spend more time with her family. Prior to her role in the Pence Administration, she served on the Governor's campaign and worked for Lt. Governor Becky Skillman, in addition to communications roles in the private sector and higher education.

“Since day one, Christy Denault has served this administration with selfless dedication and professionalism,” said Governor Pence. “Christy set a standard for communicating Indiana's success with integrity and she will be sorely missed. I will always be grateful for her service and wish her every blessing as she takes time to focus on her family following this season of service to the people of Indiana.”

In her letter of resignation, which can be found attached, Denault thanked the governor for the opportunity to serve Indiana as part of the Pence Administration. Denault will remain on staff until May 22 to allow time for a replacement to be hired.

Source: The Office of Governor Mike Pence

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