Keeley Stingel is the VP, Talent Attraction and Retention with Radius Indiana. Stingel brings nearly a decade of experience in community and economic development as well as nonprofit management to the role. In this role, Stingel addresses the gap between existing workforce and employer needs as well as developing a strategy to attract and retain existing talent in the eight-county region. In addition to workforce alignment, Stingel also serves as a Business Advisor through ISBDC to support new and existing businesses in the region. Prior to joining Radius, Stingel served as the Executive Director of the Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana. In her tenure, the organization saw increased revenue by 40%, the number of community volunteers quadrupled, visits to the emergency shelter by 5x more than the year prior, and secured nearly 2,500 hours of donated support from the community. Stingel has also served in regional roles with the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, and Hoosier Uplands Economic Development. As an alumna of the program, Stingel serves on the 21st Century Scholars Advisory Council for the Commission for Higher Education where she works to identify ways to better engage scholars. Stingel serves on the Indiana Youth Institute Board of Directors and is responsible for strategic visioning and financial oversight of the statewide organization. Stingel also sits on the Washington County Council, At-Large. Stingel possesses a Bachelor’s of Science from Purdue University and a Master’s in Public Affairs from Indiana University. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Washington County Chamber of Commerce and Indiana Historic Pathways. Stingel is also an alumna of the Lugar Series. Keeley, her husband, Brett, and daughters, Quinn and Spencer, reside in Washington County, where they love to try new local restaurants, have bonfires, and spend time with family.