Gilbert L. Holmes, who has led the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana for nearly three years, will retire March 31.
Holmes joined the ACLU of Indiana in 2008 and served as interim executive director for nearly a near before being named the executive director Dec. 10, 2009. Before working for the legal organization, Holmes was president and CEO of the Indianapolis Public Transportation Corp. Holmes also held a number of executive and leadership positions at companies and institutions including Lincoln National Corp. in Fort Wayne and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He’s a U.S. Army veteran who served more than 20 years.
Holmes received his juris doctor from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 1999 and is a certified mediator.
The ACLU of Indiana board of directors executive committee will name an interim director and conduct a national search for Holmes’ replacement.