I bring a unique set of experiences to the Zionsville Town Council.

I have a Masters Degree in Information and Communications Sciences from Ball State University. I was a Senior Manager for Accenture, one of the largest global consulting firms. For 17 years, I worked as a network architect and senior program manager largely focusing on the Communications and High Tech industry with major US clients.

I'm also an entrepreneur who created an international award-winning photography business with my brother in 2001. We've remained part of the Zionsville fabric since and have photographed countless families.

I've led fundraisers that have raised a more than $250,000 for charities I am passionate about: Habitat for Humanity Women's Build, Our Military Kids, Wish Upon A Wedding, Moms Demand Action and Gleaners Food Bank.

Tiffany Stoner headshot


Small-biz owner

With my brother, I own international award-winning photography studio Nathaniel Edmunds Photography. We've been part of the community for 20+ years photographing around the village. Until the pandemic, our studio was just off Main Street.

23-year resident

My husband, Tim and I moved to Zionsville from Chicago to grow roots and raise a family in 1999. We chose Zionsville because of the village charm, school system, parks and green space, and proximity to the airport - all of which are still important to us.


I am the mother of four children who have all attended Zionsville schools: Briggs (at IU), Gage (senior), and twins Campbell and Emerson (sophomores). We're grateful for the excellent school system, amazing teachers and variety of activities offered.


I'm a proud wife of a Colonel in the Army Reserves. Our family has sacrificed for Tim's Army commitments, particularly the year he was deployed to Iraq. Being the one that keeps the family together is a big job but we're all appreciative of Tim’s service to our country. 



I have enjoyed serving our community by leading many volunteer opportunities important to me, such as: 

• annually leading a Habitat for Humanity women's build 

• teaching Zionsville history to third graders

teaching PE after the referendum failed and our school didn’t have funding for a gym teacher

serving on the after prom committee since 2014 to keep all of our children safe


My husband and I co-authored a book called FamilyPrint based on a blog we wrote during the Iraq War. It is a "he-said, she-said" diary of his deployment, in which he took Indiana’s first Blackhawk unit to Iraq. The Indianapolis Business Journal published the coffee-table book, and it has raised over $30,000 for Our Military Kids charity. We have plenty of books still available. If you want one, please drop us a message.


During the pandemic,  my brother and I created “At Our Doorstep,” a project in which we traveled through Zionsville photographing families during the most historically challenging time for our community and nation. With this effort, we raised over $7000 for Gleaners Food Bank. Also, Reader’s Digest Magazine picked “At Our Doorstep” to represent the state of Indiana in its feature - The Nicest Places in America.


Boards seats for the following organizations:

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Homecoming from Iraq War
Tiffany and Tim Stoner wedding picture
goodbye from shelbyville armory
General Wright at The War Memorial
interview with Indiana icon Dick Wolfsie
stoner kids
The Stoner 6ix 2023
Women's Build - Habitat for Humanity - Zionsville - Boone County
Mission 22 indiana
Nathaniel edmunds photography sister and brother duo
Stoner6ix during the pandemic
Gravy Chase in Zionsville
cover of family print book published by IBJ