IndyGo Names Taylor Schaffer To Board Of Directors

IndyGo’s Board of Directors recently announced Taylor Schaffer as its newest member. Schaffer will replace Pat Rios on the IndyGo board and was appointed by Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett.

Schaffer is the President and CEO of Downtown Indy, Inc., a nonprofit civic organization focused on improving Downtown Indianapolis. For the last six years, she has served in a variety of roles within city government — most recently as Chief of Staff and Chief Deputy Mayor for Mayor Hogsett. Before joining the Hogsett administration, Schaffer worked in the private sector for clients ranging from nonprofit organizations to Fortune 500 companies, developing communications, branding and marketing strategies.

Schaffer currently serves on the board of directors for the Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center, The Athenaeum Foundation, Visit Indy and the 2024 National Basketball Association All-Star Game Local Organizing Committee. She is a former board member of the Indy Hub Foundation and an advocate for attracting, retaining and engaging young talent in Indianapolis.

Schaffer is a graduate of Indiana State University and a member of the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series, Class XLIV (44).

“Taylor’s extensive professional and volunteer community involvement makes her an excellent partner for us on the IndyGo Board of Directors,” IndyGo Board of Directors Chair Greg Hahn said.


Share on Socials!

Related Articles

Related Articles

Blue Bird Delivers 13 Electric School Buses To Bowling Green Independent Schools In Kentucky

Blue Bird Corporation, a provider of electric and low-emission school buses, is supplying 13 electric school buses to the Bowling Green Independent School District (BGISD) in ...
Read More

LAUSD Students Learn About Future Opportunities While Visiting BYD Coach & Bus Facility

LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) students from Carson (CA) High School got a glimpse of a clean future. They rode in an all-electric BYD transit ...
Read More

Biden-Harris Administration And FTA Announce $17.6 Million To Help Communities Add Affordable Housing Near Transit

The Biden-Harris Administration and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) have announced $17.6 million in grants going to 20 communities in 16 states ...
Read More

Follow Busline!


Sign up to receive our industry publications for FREE!