EIF Board Members 2022

Jennifer Rubenstein, President (Since 2017)

Jennifer Rubenstein is the co-owner and publisher ofedible INDY, an publication focused on Indiana food movement. She is a past board member of the IWIN Foundation and has been actively involved within the central Indiana community to raise awareness on food insecurity. In 2020 she was bestowed the honor of being the first national receiptent for the Kurt Friese Award for commiunity service. She is married to Jeff Rubenstein and has two daughters. Email Jennifer or call 260.438.9148

Jeff Rubenstein, Vice President (Since 2017)

Jeff Rubenstein graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Sports Management. He has spent the last 17 years as the Director of Golf at Golf Club of Indiana and he oversees the day-to-day operations at golf club. He is responsible for over 60 employees, operating budgets and hosts over 150 events annually. He is also the co-owner of Edible Indy and CFO for publication. Jeff is a past President and founding member of the Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana and continues to be an advocate for epilepsy and other charitable work. Email himor 317.946.2752.

Jennifer Swineford, Treasurer (Since 2017)

Jennifer Swineford is a certified marketing consultant and owner of Hoosier Web Chic, a digital marketing agency. She acts as a fractional Chief Marketing Officer for businesses across the country using a proven system to eliminate marketing confusion and get those companies on track to double their sales in 12-18 months.

Jennifer has been volunteering at our annual golf outing since its inception. She also volunteers at Trader’s Point Church, is a past board member of the Epilepsy Foundation and supports her community with other charitable work. Email her.

Natalie Lin, Board Member (2022)

Joining the Edible Indy Foundation and what it represents is something Natalie is very excited about. Epilepsy, especially in children, is a cause that’s very close to her heart. Being part of a foundation that is able to help so many kids and their families is truly wonderful. She understands that for these families, knowing that they’re being sponsored to a weekend family camp that is specifically for medically fragile kids, where they won’t feel “different”, and are surrounded by people who can relate to their challenges is invaluable.

Natalie Lin graduated from Indiana University and now works for Indiana University- Capital Projects. She and her husband (Mike) have been married for almost 12 years and have lived in Carmel, Indiana with their two children (Connor-8 and Audrey-5) for almost 10 years.



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