Clerk White Elected Chair of Marion County IT Board
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​January 31, 2012

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​Angie Nussmeyer, 317.327.5099


Clerk White Elected Chair of Marion County IT Board

​INDIANAPOLIS – Today Marion County Clerk Beth White was unanimously elected chairperson of the Marion County Information Technology Board.
The nine-member IT Board is statutorily comprised of council and mayoral appointments, county-wide elected officials and the judiciary. The IT Board meets monthly to review the technology needs of the entire enterprise and guides the decision-making of the Information Services Agency, which is responsible for providing IT support and service to city-county agencies. In all, ISA works with 7,000 customers across 50 departments and agencies at 126 site locations. Marion County Treasurer Mike Rodman previously chaired the Board.
“I want to thank Mr. Rodman for his support and confidence,” Clerk White said. “I am excited to chair the IT Board for the next year, and look forward to helping the Information Services Agency meet our shared vision for creating and implementing innovative IT solutions to better serve our internal customers and the public.”
Now serving her second term in office, Marion County Clerk Beth White is the official record keeper and fiscal agent of the Superior and Circuit Courts and county’s chief election official. She previously worked for former Mayor Bart Peterson, and served as general counsel for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and the Marion County Office of Family and Children. An honors graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center and Indiana University-Bloomington, Clerk White also serves on the Julian Center Board and is an adjunct professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. She lives in Irvington with her husband Neil Marcus and their young son.