Grow Wabash County adds Madison Waldon to the team

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5 Apr 2022

Grow Wabash County is thrilled to welcome Madison Waldon to the organization’s team as the Operations and Development Project Manager.  

Madison is a Wabash native and graduated from Wabash High School in 2013. She studied Human Development at Indiana University, while also performing with the university’s Singing Hoosiers group.

Here in Wabash County, Madison continues to be heavily involved with the arts, taking the stage many times as part of the Wabash Area Community Theater. She also stays involved with Wabash Friends Church.

Prior to joining the Grow Wabash County team, Madison worked for the Bowen Center and the Wabash County Prosecutor’s Office. Grow Wabash County is excited to see how Madison is able to utilize her skills and professional experiences to better serve our investors and business community.

“Madison is going to be an incredible asset to the Grow Wabash County team,” Keith Gillenwater, president and CEO of Grow Wabash County, said. “Madison will play a key role in making sure our office runs as effectively and efficiently as possible, while also being a point of contact for our investors, partners and community members to receive direct support and benefits afforded to them.”

As the Operations and Development Project Manager for Grow Wabash County, Madison will run point on providing support and services to current investors while also recruiting new businesses and organizations to invest in the ongoing efforts led by Grow Wabash County to promote growth and prosperity in Wabash County. She will also oversee office organization systems and handle daily administrative tasks that allow for the Grow Wabash County team to work smoothly and efficiently.

Be sure to give Madison a warm welcome when you stop by the Grow Wabash County office. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to connect with Madison at if they have questions regarding their current or prospective investment in Grow Wabash County.

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