Gov. Eric Holcomb
has made two appointments to the Ports of Indiana Commission: David Fagan,
financial secretary of International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150;
and Micah Vincent, vice-president of Strategy + M&A at The Heritage Group.
Fagan joined the
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 staff in 1989, and has
served in his current role since 2005. Fagan has also served on the Portage
City Council, the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board, and the Ports of
Prior to joining
The Heritage Group in 2019, Vincent served as the chief financial officer
for the State of Indiana, where he oversaw financial and technology
operations and chaired the governing bodies of the Indiana Finance Authority
and the Distressed Unit Appeals Board.
“It is an honor to
have two professionals with such distinguished careers and extensive
experience in transportation planning, financial operations, and industrial
development join the Ports of Indiana team,” said Vanta E. Coda II, CEO of
Ports of Indiana. “We have been extremely successful in growing Indiana’s
economy by developing world-class ports because of the highly-qualified,
business-focused leadership provided by our commission and management team.
We look forward to the contributions that Micah and David will make to the
Ports of Indiana.”
Fagan’s term will
expire March 31, 2024. Vincent’s term will expire Jan. 31, 2024.
The Ports of
Indiana Commission is a seven-member, bipartisan board appointed by the
governor for staggered four-year terms to approve the organization’s major
projects, budgets and strategic objectives. The Ports of Indiana is a
statewide port authority operating three ports on the Ohio River and Lake