Alexis Fox has joined the staff of Cambridge Capital Management Corporation as a loan processor.

She assists in approving and dispersing proceeds from the U.S. Small Business Administration 504 loan program to owners of Indiana small businesses. The SBA 504 program is administered by the Indiana Statewide Certified Development Corporation, a company managed by Cambridge Capital. Fox also assists in a variety of other functions relating to customer service for Cambridge clients.

Fox is a recent Taylor University graduate, earning a B.A. in Business Management. She is also an alum of Delta High School in Delaware County. She has worked previously for the Grant County Economic Growth Council in Marion and as an office administrator for Chick- Fil-A in Muncie.

Cambridge Capital Management Corp. manages seven non-traditional sources of growth capital to help small businesses succeed. One of its companies, Indiana Statewide CDC, works with local Indiana lenders to issue SBA 504 loans to help owners of expanding or startup small businesses buy real estate, buildings and equipment. SBA 504 loans help small companies gain favorable financing terms similar to those available to large companies in conventional loans.


Cambridge Capital Management Corp. ( has directly provided more than $640 million to over 1,575 Indiana companies.

Indiana Statewide CDC ( has loaned more than $510 million to 1,200 Indiana companies since 1983, creating or saving more than 15,000 jobs. It is the most prolific CDC in Indiana.