Wiles is new Brownsburg Chamber executive director; organization’s first-ever female leader
By Faith Toole
Rhonda Wiles has been named the executive director of the Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce.
Rhonda Wiles, Greater Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce executive director; (Photo by Faith Toole)
She began her work on Jan. 13. A formal announcement will occur at the chamber’s luncheon tomorrow, Jan. 15, at Brownsburg High School.
Wiles becomes the first-ever female executive director of the organization. She succeeds Mike Arnould who resigned recently. He held the position for six years.
“I believe a chamber is the voice of business and a bridge between (business) and government,” she told the Hendricks County ICON. “We can provide value by assisting them in doing something that would be very difficult for them to do on their own. At this time there is so much growth, opportunity and change. I look forward to serving as executive director of the Greater Brownsburg Chamber.”
In an email to the ICON, Jeff Rogers, the chamber’s board president added: “Rhonda brings with her over 20 years’ experience in both marketing and community relations in the Brownsburg and Hendrick County footprint. She also has a strong volunteer record, including 16 years with the Hendricks County Community Foundation and United Way of Central Indiana, Hendricks County, cementing her commitment and strong ties to our community. We look forward to a bright future and continued growth with her as our new leader.”
Wiles is a resident of Pittsboro. She graduated from Tri-West High School, where she met her husband, Curt. They have three children and three grandchildren.