New membership manager joins Vail Valley Partnership
August 19, 2014
EAGLE COUNTY — The Vail Valley Partnership recently announced that Lorrie Johnson Cooper has joined the organization as the membership manager. Johnson Cooper's previous employment includes local nonprofit, Roundup River Ranch, as well as working at the University of Colorado Denver and Catholic Charities. Johnson Cooper comes to the Partnership with more than 15 years of professional nonprofit experience, a master's degree in business administration and a passion for community engagement and support.
Chamber of Commerce Role
At the Partnership, Johnson Cooper will focus her efforts on the organization's chamber of commerce role in the Vail Valley. Her position will entail working with members of the chamber to ensure that they are aware, and take advantage, of membership. Chamber benefits include member savings, educational programming, marketing and media benefits. Johnson Cooper will work to help members, both for-profits and not-for-profits, raise the visibility of their organization and reach more potential customers.
"I am delighted to join Vail Valley Partnership's team. I look forward to engaging and serving my community even more and continuing to build long-lasting relationships. The Vail Valley has been such a warm and welcoming place to me and my husband, and I am beyond excited to have this opportunity," Johnson Cooper said.
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