Mark Hall was elected to the Hamilton County Council in 2022. He represents District 3 which includes Noblesville, Jackson, Wayne, and White River Townships.
Hall was born and raised in southeastern Illinois but has lived in Noblesville for more than 35 years. A graduate of Lincoln Trail Community College, Hall attended Indiana State University and IUPUI majoring in Business. Hall founded and is president of TalentLogistiX, a professional services company that outsources human resource functions; as well as Tech Trades and PinPoint Resources, staffing firms for skilled trades and white-collar careers.
“I know economic development because it’s what I live daily,” Hall says. “My expertise in business operations and workforce planning coupled with my knowledge in finance and risk mitigation make me uniquely qualified to represent Hamilton County.”
Hall helped found Freedom International School, an English-speaking school in the Dominican Republic, and Truth At Work, an organization of Christian business owners and leaders. He also co-founded FeedingTeam.org, free outdoor food pantries providing food to thousands of central Indiana families.
“I’m emotionally invested in Hamilton County,” Hall adds. “I care deeply about the people that live here and I look forward to working on meaningful initiatives like domestic violence prevention and affordable housing.”
Hall is married to Lisa, his high-school sweetheart. Together they raise Australian Shepherds. When he’s not working, Hall is active in his church’s music, and teaching ministries, Noblesville ELKs Lodge #576 charities and enjoys spending time with his three daughters and seven grandkids.