Governor Eric Holcomb is the current political leader of Indianapolis, a pragmatic consensus-maker who is devoted to making Indiana the best place to live, work, study, play, and stay. Under his governance, Indiana's economy has flourished and the state has made considerable investments in infrastructure, education, workforce, quality of life, and public health. Holcomb and his wife Janet live with their pets Henry and Topper in the Indianapolis governor's residence. Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch is also a political leader in Indianapolis.
She is a member of the Indiana Recycling Market Development Board and the Medicaid Advisory Commission. Additionally, she has been appointed to the Health and Social Services Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures. Crouch attended Boston University and graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a degree in Business Administration. She also obtained professional certificates from the Institute for Economic Development and the International Council for Economic Development.
Governor Eric Holcomb and Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch are both committed to making Indianapolis a great place to live and work. They are devoted to providing Hoosiers with the resources they need to succeed and thrive.