Economic Development veteran Jeff Pipkin joins Hendricks County partnership

Efforts to strengthen Hendricks County’s business community and employment prospects have gained a significant boost with the addition of Jeff Pipkin as the Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership’s Director of Business Development.

“We are thrilled to add an experienced economic development professional to our staff,” said HCEDP Executive Director Cinda Kelley-Hutchings. “Jeff brings his knowledge of the area, along with a wealth of information about the local and state incentives that are available to growing companies.”

Pipkin, who has spent the last dozen years serving as Deputy Director of the Morgan

County Economic Development Corporation is eager to put his experience and connections to work for Hendricks County’s residents. A native of Florissant, Missouri, Pipkin spent his childhood on the Southside of Indianapolis. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems from Franklin College in 2001, he completed the Indiana Economic Development Course at Ball State University in 2002 and graduated from the Oklahoma University Economic Development Institute at IUPUI in 2007. He and his wife, Erin, reside in Mooresville with their sons Sam, Max, and Alex.