Get to Know Our Rising Starsgettoknow
Get to know Newton’s rising stars. These community members are making a difference in Newton!
Danielle Rogers is the Community Marketing Manager for the City of Newton. She is an active volunteer throughout Central Iowa and in Newton serving on the board for United Way of Jasper County, Jasper County Crime Stoppers and is a member of the Drake University Central Iowa Regional Alumni Board.
Jessica Lowe serves as the Executive Director of the United Way of Jasper County in Newton and recently won the YPC Ashley Okland YP Community Service Award. Jessica spends countless hours working to make the Newton community stronger.
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Nathan Unsworth is the Administrative Parks Superintendent for the City of Newton. He recently won the Amy Jennings YP Impact Award at the 2016 YP of the Year Awards. Nathan actively volunteers in a wide variety of roles throughout the community.
Rob has worked in law enforcement since 1997 and has been with the Newton Police Department since 1999, serving as a patrol officer, detective, and patrol Lieutenant. He was a recipient of the Newton Daily News’ 2016 Twenty Under Forty award.
Miranda started her first term on Newton City Council in January 2016 and is a Production Supervisor at Thombert, Inc. in Newton. In addition to Newton City Council, she serves on several community boards.
Natalie and her husband, Zach, moved to Newton in 2013. She recently completed the Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute and was a 2015 finalist for the Central Iowa YP of the Year Amy Jennings Impact Award.
Erin Chambers has worked for the City of Newton for the past 10 years, first as the City Planner, then as the Director of Planning and Zoning. She also serves on the Executive Board for the Iowa Chapter of the American Planning Association.
Jeff Price was born and raised in Newton. After leaving Newton to go to college at the University of Northern Iowa he returned to Newton in 2004, and now lives here with his wife, Amanda, and two children. He was a recipient of the Newton Daily News’ 2016 Twenty Under Forty award.