Invest Hamilton County (Hamilton County Economic Development Corporation) has added two new staff members in recent weeks.
Kyle Marshall joins the team as the Deputy Director of The Pursuit Institute. Marshall comes to the organization from Conexus Indiana where he served as the senior director of K-16 education programs. In his role, Marshall was responsible for managing talent initiatives, creating CTE programming and cultivating connectivity between industry, education and state leadership partners.
He started his career as a project manager for Wynright Corporation where he implemented logistics solutions and supported site training for customers throughout North America. When Marshall decided to take his industry knowledge to the classroom, he chose Teach For America as a transitional program to earn his teaching license. He taught at-risk youth as a middle school math and science teacher and then found his passion in career and technical education. He has served as an engineering and advanced manufacturing instructor, post-secondary adjunct professor, and teacher coach.
“It is an absolute privilege to serve the students of Hamilton County, a place I am proud to call home. I am thrilled to join a passionate leader at the Pursuit Institute and the entire Invest Hamilton County team to drive innovation, improve accessibility, and forge partnerships within career and technical education,” said Marshall.
Jill Doyle joined in early September as the Communications & Special Projects Senior Manager. She will work on The Pursuit Institute, disability employment, mental health and workforce development priorities throughout the County. Doyle brings over 20 years of experience working in and around a variety of nonprofit organizations including working with Westfield Washington Schools and the Hamilton County Leadership Academy (HCLA) which she led from 2010 to 2017.
“Hamilton County is a community that makes great things happen and that’s because of our people. As an Economic Development Corporation, we are unique in our exclusive focus on workforce development and quality of life priorities,” says Mike Thibideau, Vice President of Workforce Strategy for Invest Hamilton County, “with Kyle and Jill added to the team we’re better positioned than ever to continue to make an impact locally and continue Hamilton County’s status as an economic and talent engine for the state of Indiana.”