Wabash County, Indiana (October 7, 2019) – Grow Wabash County has announced two additional staffing changes that have taken place in recent weeks.
The role of Project Manager –Investor Services and Marketing formerly held by Susan Street has been split into two separate positions that will be handled by Diane England and Chelsea Boulrisse. Street will be on extended maternity leave for the time being.
England, who previously served as Grow Wabash County’s Operations Manager, will add investor services to her job description, serving as Project Manager – Operations and Investor Services. She is responsible for providing ongoing support to Grow Wabash County investors and the daily operations of the organization. England stated that she enjoys working “with people and for people,” which best captures her interest in serving the communities of Wabash County.
Boulrisse is a new addition to the Grow Wabash County team, stepping in as Project Manager – Marketing and Events. She will be responsible for expanding and distributing Grow Wabash County’s mission and goals while organizing the multiple annual events Grow Wabash County puts on every year.
Before Boulrisse came to Grow Wabash County, she was a journalist, writing for first the Wabash Plain Dealer then Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly. She grew up in Massachusetts, but moved to Wabash after graduating Roger Williams University in Rhode Island with a degree in journalism. She is an active member of the Spikes and Bikes group in town which fills her free time with volleyball games and bike rides. You can also find her out at the Field of Dreams complex coaching youth softball.
“I am so excited to be joining Grow Wabash County and serving the community I have come to call my home,” Boulrisse said. “I have been lucky enough to see Wabash transform into a thriving community and set an example for small towns everywhere.”
“On behalf of the Grow Wabash County team, I’d like to welcome Chelsea and congratulate Diane on her new role with the organization. They are both imperative as we work to create a more prosperous Wabash County!” stated vice president Tenille Zartman.