President and CEO
Jeff Quyle is the CEO of Radius. He has more than 25 years' experience working for rural electric cooperatives in Indiana, including more than ten years as an economic development coordinator for Hoosier Energy. He is a past appointee to the Indiana General Assembly Interim Study committee on Economic Development Incentives, and was a member of the 2014 Indiana Blue Ribbon Commission on Taxes. He is also a past member of the Morgan County Council and Board of Commissioners, a former appointee to the Indiana Air Pollution Control Board, and a member of the Indiana Farm Bureau Property Tax Task Force. Jeff is past chairman of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) Legislative Committee and past president of the Morgan County Economic Development Corporation. He was a founding member of the board of the Indiana Rural Development Council, and has been a presenter and moderator for the Indiana Economic Development Association. He has also served in local government, as a county commissioner, chair of a regional sewer district, and chair of a county plan commission. Jeff's experience also includes working in the Indiana Department of Commerce from 1984 to 1988, serving on the board of directors of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners, and serving as the president of the Association of Indiana Counties. He is a native of Indiana, holds a bachelor's degree from Wittenberg University and master's degrees from Indiana University and the University of Kent at Canterbury. He has completed the Indiana Agricultural Leadership Program.
COO, Radius Indiana
Mobile: (812) 583-1095
Joe Timbrook became COO of Radius Indiana in 2016 and has been with the organization since 2011. Previously, he worked with the Lawrence County Economic Growth Council and was Senior Vice President of Marketing for Hoosier Hills Credit Uniton. He also spent twenty years in Southern California working in retail executive management for Macy's before returning to his native roots in Southern Indiana. As well as managing the daily operations of the organization and staff, he spends a significant time traveling in the eight county region working with the Local Economic Develpment Organizations and other Radius stakeholders. He focuses on Workforce and Education collaborations and strategies with the state Department of Workforce Development and South Central Planning group. He is a member of the Indiana Economic Development Association and works on multiple community projects in the Lawrence County area, including work with the Community Foundation, American Red Cross and the Community Corrections Advisory Council.
Director of Crane Community Support
Matt Craig serves as the Director of Crane Community Support for Radius Indiana. Along with local leaders in the Radius region and surrounding counties, Matt works to strengthen the network of advocacy for NSA Crane. In addition, he works with the Radius Indiana Business Development staff to increase research opportunities and investment in the region, as well as collaborate with the Radius Defense & National Security Advisory Council, the Southern Indiana Business Alliance and the Indiana Office of Defense Development. Matt retired from NSWC Crane after 30 years of service; his last appointment was as the deputy technical director and interim technical director. Matt also held positions at NSWC Crane as the director of the Microwave Systems and the Spectrum Warfare departments as well as manager of the Radar and Microwave Technology business units. Matt began his career as a radio electronics technician in the Indiana Army National Guard and then served in the U.S. Navy as a fire control radar technician, Leading Petty Officer. He is a member of the American Society of Naval Engineers, the National Defense Industries Association and the Association of Old Crows. During his distinguished career, Matt received the Meritorious Civilian Service award for his service to NSWC Crane.
Director of Community Development
As the Director of Community Development, Stacy Burris works closely with regional communities to support local initiatives that improve and maintain "quality of place". She also provides statistical analysis and reporting of workforce and economic development data, which is used in multiple business development efforts. Prior to joining Radius Indiana, Stacy worked in economic development at Hoosier Energy where she collaborated with directors of local and regional economic development organizations to implement incentive programs. She also served on a team at Indiana State University, which developed a targeted industry study concerning economic development in Terre Haute for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Stacy is a resident of Linton, and holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Indiana State University.
As Administrative Assistant, Autumn Godsey serves as a trusted advisor, providing comprehensive, strategic support as well as high-level administrative support to Radius Indiana’s CEO and the entire team. In this role, she assists with calendar management, scheduling, meeting preparation and a variety of other tasks. She also manages effective channels of communication between Radius Indiana’s board members, internal and external constituents, and all of Radius Indiana partners in progress. Autumn joined Radius Indiana for a number of compelling reasons, including the opportunity to provide support to a team committed to improving the quality of life for the residents of the eight-county region.