Madison Main Street Announces their New Executive Director

April 7, 2017


The Madison Main Street Program board of directors is pleased to announce that Victoria Perry has accepted an offer of employment to fill the Executive Director position and will begin working for the organization on April 24, 2017.
Victoria is a graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Tourism Conventions and Event Management. She lived in Madison for much of her childhood and states that after studying away, she is excited to return to the city she loves and help spread the word about all Madison has to offer. Victoria, her husband, Jordan, and children, Gideon and Audrey, reside in Madison.
Victoria will work actively with Main Street committees, business and property owners, residents and friends to continue the on-going revitalization of Madison's downtown historic commercial district. Madison, Indiana, was one of the country's pilot Main Street organizations in the 1970s.
The Board will be holding an Open House soon to introduce Victoria to the Main Street Community.
Madison Main Street is an accredited Indiana Main Street program, a member of Main Street America, and one of over 1,200 Main Street communities across the country united with the common goal of preserving America’s historic downtowns as economically vibrant centers of the community.