Indianapolis after the Covid-19 Pandemic
This forum is part of Project Hometown, a new initiative from the Chicago Fed that aims to foster discussion around the challenges and opportunities confronting hometowns in the Seventh District.
This virtual event will explore the efforts underway as Indianapolis reopens its economy and strives to become more resilient for the future. A discussion among government, business, finance, and philanthropic leaders will feature insights into the how Indianapolis can rebuild and grow a resilient economy for all its residents.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Michael J. Huber
President and CEO
Central Indiana Market President
Juan Gonzales serves as KeyBank’s market president for central Indiana, as well as the business banking sales leader in the state of Indiana. With more than 20 years of experience in the banking and financial industry, Gonzalez is actively involved in the community as the external executive face of KeyBank. He partners closely with KeyBank’s corporate responsibility group to develop and implement a community lending and investment strategy that will enable the organization to meet its corporate and social responsibilities.
Gonzalez holds a Master of Business Administration in finance from Butler University and a Bachelor of Science in economics from Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia.
Gonzalez serves on the boards of directors for the Indianapolis Chamber, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, Gennesaret Free Clinic, 500 Festival, Academic Medical Center (IU Health), Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership (INHP), Dynamo FC (as the president), and Indiana Latino Scholarship Fund (as the chair). He is a graduate of the Stanley K. Lacy Executive Leadership Series Class XXXII.
Vice President of Opportunity, Equity & Inclusion
Central Indiana Community Foundation