Mr. Wiley is a co-founding Principal of Capital Cities, L.L.C., of Indianapolis, Indiana.  Before joining Capital Cities in 1991, Mr. Wiley spent eight years in and out of Washington, DC, working for several prominent members of the United States Senate.  He maintains many of these relationships today.  In 1996, he served as National Finance Director of the Richard G. Lugar for President Campaign.  Additionally, Mr. Wiley is a founding member and past Chairman of the Board of the Indiana Chapter of ALS, Inc. (“Lou Gehrig’s Disease”).  Mr. Wiley was appointed in 2012 by former Governor Mitch Daniels to serve as Commissioner to the White River State Park Commission.  He was reappointed in 2016 by Governor Mike Pence to an additional four-year term where he serves as treasurer.  Mr. Wiley is responsible for marketing Capital Cities’ services and for coordinating the primary servicing and educational training to Capital Cities’ clients.  He is a member of Capital Cities’ Investment Committee and of the Investment Management Consultants Association. B.A., Criminology, Indiana University.