(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana Attorney General-elect Todd Rokita has selected Larry Hopkins to serve as Chief Administrative Officer in his new administration beginning January 11, 2021. Hopkins served in this role during two previous administrations.
“Larry Hopkins brings an unparalleled level of experience in public service to our team. He is a collaborator and a problem-solver. His commitment to our state and our taxpayers will ensure our office is focused and ready to serve on day one,” said Attorney General-elect Rokita.
Hopkins worked as chief executive/administrative officer from 2001-2016, spanning the administrations of Attorneys General Steve Carter and Greg Zoeller. During his tenure, the Office of the Attorney General led several significant initiatives, including a multi-phased Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force, the creation of a new state identity theft unit, and the nation’s toughest consumer telephone privacy law.
Of his selection, Hopkins stated, “I am honored to be part of the new administration in the Attorney General’s office under the leadership of Todd Rokita. I look forward to continuing his tradition of excellent and efficient service to Hoosiers and am eager to do my part to help get the office off to a great start.”
A graduate of Indiana University Bloomington, Hopkins lives with his family in Westfield.