About Us

Electric Works Public Market Trust


Electric Works Public Market Trust is an independent, tax-exempt nonprofit organization established in 2022 to monitor and support Union Street Market. The Trust informs the community about the Market’s performance in (1) supporting farmers and food producers of Northeast Indiana, (2) enhancing community wellness, and (3) providing access to healthy foods.

Based on its research and engagement with the community, the Trust provides advice and input to Market management about ways to make Union Street Market an even more valuable community asset.

As a tax-exempt entity, the Trust can solicit and receive donations and grants to further its educational and charitable purposes, including programs to expand food access for underserved local residents and provide cooking classes for kids and families.

Interested in learning more or helping to support the Trust’s work? Please contact the Trust at trust@unionstreetmarket.org.

Public Market Trust Consultant

The Electric Works Public Market Trust is seeking the assistance of a consultant to research and help establish a strategic operating plan for the organization.

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Electric Works Public Market Trust is governed by a volunteer board of directors, with six members appointed by the Allen County Capital Improvement Board, two members selected by the Electric Works development team, and up to five other members by the board itself.

Board members are committed to supporting the Market’s mission and working in partnership with Market management and merchants to create a world-class food market that provides substantial benefits to the local economy and that improves the community’s wellness.

Kevan Biggs

Electric Works

Janet Katz

Northeast Indiana
Local Food Network

Michelle Bojrab-Wray

Parkview Health

Aaron Parkinson

Ivy Tech

Scott Fergusson

Chapman’s Brewing

Chuck Reddinger

City of Fort Wayne,
Department of Parks
& Recreation

Riley Johnson

AMP Lab High School at
Electric Works, Fort Wayne
Community Schools

Mary Tyndall

St. Joseph Community
Health Foundation

Programs & Initiatives

During its inaugural year, the board of the Electric Works Public Market Trust is identifying and designing programs and initiatives that will best serve the Fort Wayne community. These might include:

Get Involved

Interested in getting involved with the Trust’s programs? Please share information about yourself, why you are interested, and your volunteer availability to volunteer@unionstreetmarket.org.