The Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership has named Gina Miller president and chief executive officer. Miller, who has been the chief operating officer and chief financial officer for United Way of Central Indiana for nearly a decade, succeeds Moira Carlstedt.
Miller joins the partnership after serving on the board of directors for seven years, most recently as board chairperson. She will begin her new role September 19.
“Gina brings a wealth of experience and proven dedication of serving the Indianapolis community, including her board service to INHP,” said Juan Gonzalez, INHP board vice chairperson and president of Central Indiana, Key Bank. “Gina’s experience as an Indianapolis leader along with her deep financial acumen, energy and passion for the families we serve convinced us that she is the right person to build upon Moira Carlstedt’s tenure of service, leadership and success at INHP.”
Miller previously spent fifteen years at USA Track and Field in Indianapolis, serving in a variety of finance and leadership roles, including CFO for five years. The INHP says she began her career as an auditor at London-based Deloitte & Touche LLP in 1993.
“I am honored and humbled by the opportunity to help build upon the INHP vision that every person in Indianapolis should have the opportunity to live in a safe, decent and affordable home in a vibrant neighborhood.” said Miller. “I look forward to serving alongside our partners, and most importantly, serving the hard-working families and individuals in Indianapolis and Marion County.”
The organization says Gonzalez will become INHP board chairperson, and Marshawn Wolley, CEO of Black Onyx Management, will transition to vice chairperson.