The city of Fishers has named Megan Baumgartner economic development director. She previously held the assistant director position and succeeds Brandon Dickinson, who left in October.
The city says Baumgartner has helped lead efforts to attract 25 new companies to Fishers resulting in $500 million in capital investment and 4,900 new jobs since 2015. She has served as the primary point of contact between Fishers businesses and the city. The Purdue University graduate lives in Fishers with her husband and two children.
Fishers also recently named Jordin Alexander an economic development specialist. She is responsible for project coordination, programming and outreach for the city’s economic development team. She holds degrees from Brown University and Florida Gulf Coast University.