Lt. Governor Brian Calley

Lt. Governor Brian Calley is a forward-looking leader intent on building the best Michigan for everybody.

First elected as Lieutenant Governor in 2010, Calley has worked in partnership with Gov. Rick Snyder to play an integral role in Michigan’s comeback, combining skills acquired from an accomplished private sector career in the financial services industry with a heart for public service.

Calley is a tireless advocate for inclusion in Michigan, working to ensure that some of our most vulnerable citizens can live independent and self-determined lives. Calley chaired the Michigan Mental Health and Wellness Commission, Prescription Drug and Opioid Task Force, Special Education Reform Task Force, and leads the Mental Health Diversion Council. He is committed to developing and implementing strategies to improve outcomes for all students in Michigan, as well as people with mental illnesses, developmental disabilities and addiction issues.

Prior to being elected to the office of Lieutenant Governor, Calley served in the Michigan House of Representatives, as an Ionia County commissioner and worked for more than a decade in community banking. He holds degrees from Michigan State University, Grand Valley State University and Harvard University.