Fishers City Clerk Jennifer Kehl is running for re-election.
The lifelong Hamilton County resident moved to Fishers in 1983 after marrying former Fishers Police Chief George Kehl.
“When I was elected to this new position, I had to develop procedures for all aspects of the city clerk’s job. I had to be organized, a multi-tasker and a leader,” Kehl said. “My office is transparent, and I believe that my office and staff provide a positive customer-service experience. I firmly believe that Fishers’ best days are yet to come. For our city to reach its potential, we must work together to ensure that we are transparent, as efficient and effective as possible so Fishers can continue to be one of the best places to live, work and play.”
Kehl said she has a 30-year history of serving the community and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Good Samaritan of Hamilton County, Fishers Police Dept., Hamilton County Fratneral Order of Police and several other nonprofits.
“I was also involved in Scouting for 10 years,” she said. “I am most known for my time with the Fishers Freedom Festival and served as the executive director for 25 of the 29 years I was involved. I, alongside my 40 key volunteers, are extremely proud that we were able to maintain the ‘small-town’ feel, although the City of Fishers continued to grow.”
Kehl said if re-elected, she will continue to work hard to serve the citizens of Fishers.
“I have a real commitment to the Fishers community and will continue to strive to make a difference,” she said.
The Kehls have two sons. Greg, 34, is a seargant with the Noblesville Police Dept. He is married with two kids. The Kehls’ youngest so, 30-year-old Geoffrey, is on the autism spectrum and lives with the Kehls.