Indians Governor Eric Holcomb has selected an executive in finance, technology and construction at the Indiana Department of Correction to become the agency's new leader.
The Republican announced Wednesday he's chosen IDOC Deputy Commissioner Christina Reagle to succeed Rob Carter as commissioner.
Reagle has been with IDOC since 2011 in a variety of finance-related roles. The agency's 5,220 employees located across the state, including the Northwest Indiana prisons in Michigan City and Westville, comprise about one-sixth of the state workforce.
"Christina has demonstrated that she understands the constant collaboration needed for success and has a deep understanding of the staff development, investment in technology and program development and planning that is needed for the success at IDOC," Holcomb said. "I look forward to her leadership."
Reagle is a mentor for IDOC’s Leadership Academy and its Women in Leadership training program. She's a graduate of Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and earned her master of business administration degree from Indiana State University.
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