Luke H. Britt was appointed by Governor Mike Pence to serve as Indiana's Public Access Counselor in August of 2013, a non-partisan office dedicated to preserving the access rights of the public and educating government officials on their responsibilities under Indiana’s access laws. Now the longest-serving PAC in state history, he previously served as an attorney and operations manager for the Indiana State Department of Health and as an attorney for the Indiana Department of Child Services after beginning his career in private practice in Johnson County, Indiana. Britt received his undergraduate B.A. degree in Journalism from Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana (2002); an M.B.A. from the University of Indianapolis (2015); and a J.D. from the University Of Detroit Mercy School Of Law in Detroit, Michigan (2005) and is admitted to the Indiana bar. He regularly guest lectures on journalism, civics and law at Indiana universities and colleges. Counselor Britt lives in the historic Irvington neighborhood in Indianapolis with his wife.