After growing up on a small Indiana Accepting opportunities to farm and move to big cities; Indiana Environmental returns to build community
Fort Wayne, Ind, May 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Brandon Knoll After serving as both director and senior director beginning in 2021, he has been promoted to vice president of business development at the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership (NEI), NEI announced today.
Knoll grew up in Pleasant Lake, IndianaA town with a population of no more than 2,000 people was a cow and chicken breeder on a rural farm. Steuben County. The hard work and dedication he learned there followed him during his time at Knoll Huntington University where he played baseball and earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics.
After graduation, he moved to Knoll North Carolina In the year In the midst of the 2008 recession, financial activity was at a standstill due to the economic downturn. To make ends meet, Knoll sold promotional items door to door. Knoll chose to return Indiana In the year In 2009, he gave up opportunities to work in various financial sector jobs Chicago And New York City to stay in Northeast Indiana And finally he found his home with the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership. He considers himself a country boy who doesn’t deserve to go through college, let alone meet C-suite and political leaders on a global scale. Knoll was interested in selling a place he loved and was named one of Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly’s 40 Under 40 in 2019.
I am honored to be given this opportunity to continue serving the organization. Northeast Indiana (AEE) I have worked hard to deliver results in the last 4 years Northeast Indiana. In this new role, I look forward to driving NEI’s strategies and initiatives, attracting new businesses to the region, developing strategic partnerships and building relationships with key stakeholders,” said Knoll.
“I am grateful to the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership for their trust and confidence in me, as well as to my colleagues and mentors for their support and professional development. I am excited about the new challenges and opportunities this role will bring, and am committed to working with our team and stakeholders to create economic growth and jobs.” i am Northeast Indiana.”
“I am confident that Brandon will be a great asset to the company and the organization Northeast Indiana. He has a proven track record of success in economic development, and I am excited to see what he can accomplish in this new role. I fully support the vision for the future, and look forward to seeing it realize its full potential. From smart materials to electric vehicle technology companies, we have many exciting projects and I believe that Brandon is the right person to lead us in this phase of development,” said New President Stefan Frigia.
Knoll’s motivation and sense of service can be traced directly to his family: his father is a self-employed factory worker, his mother is an enthusiastic former school teacher, and his two brothers serve as fire and police officers in the Hoosier state, as well as his wife and growing family. Knoll will continue to use this initiative as he begins this new role to deliver results to residents Northeast Indiana.
Source Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership