Michael Huber is the new president at the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce. His is not the ordinary climb up the ladder. He has not moved from one chamber to another, ever increasing the size and scope of his responsibilities.
Instead, Huber arrives to the top via the political route. He spent three years with Mitch Daniels’ state administration in the Office of Management and Budget, plus a stint with the Department of Administration.
Then he signed on with the Greg Ballard City of Indianapolis, where he was responsible for enterprise development, rising to deputy mayor for economic development.