Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Indy Chamber
For Immediate Release: September 20, 2021
Indy Chamber Welcomes New Director of Partnerships
Natalie Engledow to join organization overseeing sponsorship and events
Ind. (September 20, 2021)–Announced today, Natalie Engledow has joined the Indy Chamber as director of partnerships. In this role, Engledow will focus on cultivating community relationships and helping Chamber members thrive in Indy’s business environment. She’ll oversee sponsorships and the Indy Chamber’s events team who host nearly 150 events during a calendar-year.
“Natalie’s combination of entrepreneurial experience, consulting experience, and her passion for the community made her a perfect fit for this role,” said Michael Huber. “We look forward to deepening the Indy Chamber’s service to our members and the community with her on staff.”
Engledow brings with her more than 20 years of experience in growth strategy, business development, information technology and operational excellence. She has managed local and global clients from multiple industries including healthcare, finance and manufacturing.
Prior to joining the Indy Chamber, Engledow worked at Indy businesses Engledow Group and Lessonly and has served as an advisor and strategic growth partner to executives and decision makers. Engledow graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in Telecommunications and spent more than a decade driving transformational growth initiatives and commercial excellence at Xerox Global Services. She is currently a volunteer with St. Elizabeth Seton and Carmel Dad’s Club.
To learn more or connect with Natalie, please visit the Indy Chamber website.
About the Indy Chamber
The Indy Chamber serves as a voice of progress and improvement in the Indianapolis region, uniting business and community to maintain a strong economy and quality of life on behalf of thousands of members across Indiana’s largest metropolitan economy. The Chamber’s advocacy efforts, networking events, economic development initiatives, and other member benefits promote success for individual members and a more competitive, pro-growth climate across Indianapolis. In June 2021, the Indy Chamber was designated by ACCE as the 2021 Chamber of the Year.