Kevin joined the Indiana Chamber’s advocacy team in November 1992, became senior vice president of government affairs in 1997 and president and CEO in 2002.
Previously, Kevin served nine years as a financial analyst for the Finance Committee of the Indiana Senate and three years as a management analyst for the Legislative Services Agency.
Kevin is recognized as an expert in the areas of business taxation, property taxation, local government, state budget and school finance.
Kevin received his bachelor’s degree in forensic studies from Indiana University. He holds a master's degree in public finance and labor relations, as well as a master's degree in business administration (with a major in corporate finance), both from Indiana University.
He has been named by Indiana governors and state leaders to numerous public policy entities including Indiana’s Education Roundtable, the state’s Revenue Forecast Committee, the Indiana Career Council, the Citizens Commission on Taxes and the Government Efficiency Commission. Additionally, Kevin is the recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash, the state’s highest public service honor.
Among the many business and civic groups which Kevin serves are the Council of State Chambers Executive Committee, the Indiana Legal Foundation Board, the distinguished alumni councils of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business and School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the Indiana Commerce Executives Association and the Indiana Business Associations Executives Coalition; he is also the current chairman of the board for Hoosier Voices for I-69. In addition, he is a former three-term member and president of the Noblesville School Board.
Away from the office, Kevin enjoys traveling and attending sporting events with his wife Kim, daughter Kathleen and son Kole. He is an avid golfer and has recorded three holes-in-one and a double eagle. Kevin and Kim reside in Noblesville with their children and three Labrador retrievers.
About the Indiana Chamber of Commerce
The Indiana Chamber of Commerce (www.indianachamber.com) partners with 17,000 members and investors – representing three million Hoosiers – to achieve the mission of “cultivating a world-class environment which provides economic opportunity and prosperity.”
The Indiana Chamber is dedicated to ensuring that successful pro-economy, pro-jobs legislative action occurs in the state General Assembly and in Congress. The organization also provides numerous cost-saving benefits and timely business information to its members that will enable them to grow their companies. Every year, tens of thousands of Hoosiers rely on the Indiana Chamber’s publications, help lines and seminars for current business best practices and to keep them and their employers in compliance with state and federal regulations.
Contact Kevin at 317) 264-6882 or via email at email@example.com.