President & CEO
Michael Huber



Michael Huber has served as the President & CEO of the Indy Chamber since the fall of 2013. In this role, he leads a business organization of over 2,000 member businesses from the Indianapolis region. The Indy Chamber serves to unite the Indianapolis business community, to grow an inclusive regional economy, and to tell the Indianapolis story across the nation and world.

Under Michael’s leadership, the Indy Chamber has led Indianapolis’ regional economic development strategy, led the coalition supporting mass transit expansion including the successful November 2016 referendum, and in response to the coronavirus recently led a new $22M small business lending and grants program in 2020.

Michael’s past roles include Senior Director of Commercial Enterprise at the Indianapolis Airport Authority, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development for Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, and he worked in the Indiana Office of Management & Budget for Governor Mitch Daniels. He has appeared as a featured guest on national news programs including NPR Marketplace and MSNBC Squawk Box.

Michael has composed and produced music for over 30 years, and regularly plays in Indianapolis with his seven-piece pop and R&B band, Chamber Music. He and his wife Helen are parents of three young children and live in Fall Creek Place in Indianapolis.



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