Rodger Pinto

IAVA Member Advocate: 2021 Virtual Fly-In; Storm the Hill 2020

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN

Background: Rodger Pinto was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and from 2008-2014 served as an infantry paratrooper in the United States Army’s 1st Special Troops Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan. Rodger currently serves as Deputy City Clerk/Director of Policy. Rodger earned a Bachelor of Arts degrees with honors in Political Science and Sociology from Indiana University South Bend. During his undergraduate studies Rodger served as President of IU South Bend’s Student Government Association and Chairperson of the Indiana University, All University Student Association. Rodger is a 2019 Campus Compact, Civic Newman Fellow and 2019 recipient of the National Issue Forums Institute, Taylor L. Willingham Legacy Grant. Rodger has continued his studies and is completing a Master of Public Affairs concentrating in Government Administration and Public Policy in May 2021.

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