Lebanon, Ind. – The Boone County Economic Development Corporation (Boone EDC) announces the hiring of Jennifer L. Rubenstein as its Director of Marketing and Communications. Rubenstein comes to the Boone EDC with more than a decade of experience in publishing and consulting.  Most recently, she served as the President and Publisher of Edible Indy and Creative. By Edible Indy.

Rubenstein has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Tri-State University, now Trine University, and has owned her own marketing consulting firm for 18 years. She is also the co-founder and president of the Edible Indy Foundation, a non-profit raising funds for Indiana families with pediatric epilepsy. She also holds a commissioner role with the Indiana Grown program appointed in 2023 by Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch.

“We are thrilled to have Jennifer join the Boone EDC team,” said Molly Whitehead, Boone EDC Executive Director.  “Jennifer brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our team, and we’re excited to have her tell Boone County’s story.”

“Boone County is a thriving and impressive county full of incredible economic opportunities and I am beyond excited to be a part of the team at the Boone EDC. The future of the county and the positive impact the Boone EDC provides is a journey and role I look forward to being a part of while curating value to and for those invested in the future of the county,” shares Rubenstein.

For additional information about Jennifer L. Rubenstein or her role of the director of marketing and communications, please reach out to her directly.


About the Boone County Economic Development Corporation

A strong community is a united community, one that achieves balance between its residents and businesses. At the Boone County Economic Development Corporation, we seek the right economic opportunities to support strong communities and enhance the quality of life for all Boone County residents. We aim to be a catalyst for smart growth strategies. We forge mutually beneficial partnerships with organizations capable of understanding and further enriching the unique assets that the residents of Boone County have built. For more information, visit www.betterinboone.org.