Board & Staff
HCCF works to elevate Hendricks County through countless volunteer hours from Board and committee members, its dedicated staff, and generous donations from friends like you.
Board Chair, Retired - First Merchants Bank
JD, Board Vice Chair, Attorney – Capper Tulley & Reimondo
CPA, Treasurer, CFO - North Salem State Bank
Secretary - Brownsburg Public Library
William A. Rhodehamel
HCCF President & CEO
COO – Hendricks County Senior Services
Donovan CPAs & Advisors
Director, LDI, Inc
CEO – Circle Social, Inc.
Human Resources Director – Brehob Corporation
President – Hendricks County Bank & Trust
PE, Executive Vice President – Butler, Fairman & Seufert
Executive Director – Brownsburg Public Library
JD, Attorney - Hendricks County Dept. of Child Services
Executive Director of Professional Services Administration – Hendricks Regional Health
Community Liaison - Plainfield Public Library
CEO - Electric Plus
Hon. Dan Zielinski
Hendricks County Circuit Judge
William A. Rhodehamel, a native Hoosier with a diverse background in small business and nonprofits, has been the third CEO of the Hendricks County Community Foundation since 2012. He has been studying and pursuing the best practices in nonprofit governance for over 25 years and has experience as a founder, president, CEO, and trustee with multiple organizations in Indiana, including Hoosier Orchid Company, Riviera Club, and Fleming & Associates Calibration. He lives with his family in northeastern Hendricks County in an updated 1848 farmhouse.
Eric Hessel started working with the Community Foundation in 2003 as a youth grantmaker and has since worked in both the direct service and funding areas of nonprofits. Prior to joining HCCF full time, Hessel worked in youth programming and with the US Census Bureau, in addition to building relationships in the local community that assist in strategic and effective grantmaking decisions. Hessel, who grew up in Pittsboro, currently lives in downtown Indianapolis with his two dogs.
Frances Mock handles our events, communications and marketing efforts, as well as the preparation and maintenance of the financial records for the foundation, including asset reconciliations, reports, donor funds, and grant entry. A long-time resident of Hendricks County, Mock has also worked with West Bridge Church and Donovan Certified Public Accounts and Advisors. She lives with her family in Avon and appreciates the family-friendly environment and caring people of the county.
Judy Clements keeps the office humming and handles our correspondence, gift and grant entry. She is married with two sons and a granddaughter, two rescue dogs and a grand-dog.