Reid Goldsmith

Reid Goldsmith, senior director of information technology for the Indianapolis Airport Authority, first joined the Indianapolis Airport Authority in 2005 as an intern. He worked on projects to help the Authority in building an operating cost model for the new Indianapolis airport, and later joined the information technology department as a business analyst. Goldsmith served as a technology consultant in the pharmacy and health care fields in the private sector before returning to the Authority in 2012. Since then he was served as a technology consultant and the information technology applications engineer with a focus on strategic projects identified as critical to the continued successful operation of the Airport, before accepting his current role in 2015. He studied aviation technology at Vincennes University. Goldsmith holds both Private Pilot, Airframe and Powerplant mechanic certificates issued by the FAA.