INDIANAPOLIS – Greater Indiana Clean Cities, Inc., a standalone nonprofit focused on advancing communities with education and resources on alternative fuel vehicles, is pleased to announce its 2022 board of directors including new members and officer positions.
The board leadership team in collaboration with organization staff will guide Greater Indiana’s plans to advance alternative, domestic fueled transportation including energy-efficient technologies across all sectors in Indiana. The 501(c)3 organization serves the entire state of Indiana, working with public and private sector members.
Scott Brown, Operations Director for Brown Equipment Company, has been elected as Vice President.
Lauren Clemens, Assistant Director of Sustainability for the City of Bloomington, will continue as Secretary, and Bailey Arnold, Director of Clean Air Initiatives with the American Lung Association, was unanimously elected for the role of Treasurer.
The leaders will serve two-year terms in their respective roles.
In addition, the following board members will continue serving on the board of directors: Larry Campbell, Director of Fleet Operations for the City of Fort Wayne, Crit Crabtree, Manager of Facility Operations for Citizens Energy Group, Craig Moore, Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer RNG for Kinetrex Energy, Jordan Wallpe, Midwest Electric Transportation Manager for Duke Energy, Brandon Seitz, Director of Government Affairs for NIPSCO, Morgan Mickelson, Director of the Office of Sustainability for the City of Indianapolis and Craig Morris, Energy Services Advisor Sr for Indiana Michigan Power.
“We are excited to welcome new board members and are confident their expertise and leadership will continue to grow Greater Indiana and ensure the organization continues to provide quality services,” Kerri Garvin, Executive Director of Greater Indiana, said. “As the crossroads of America, Indiana is positioned to be a leader in the use of alternative fuels and clean transportation, and we are thankful to have leaders such as Helena, Scott, Lauren and Bailey to provide guidance and support to encourage Indiana’s transition to alternative fuel options.”
“This is an important time in our history for alternative fuel transportation and an exciting time to be part of the team at Greater Indiana,” Jette said. “I’m honored to have the opportunity to work alongside our dedicated staff, board, members and industry partners to advance alternative, domestic fueled transportation across Indiana.”