Local PR person takes Vail Resorts job
Vail, CO, Colorado
VAIL ” Longtime local public relations person Kristin Kenney Williams has taken a new job ” director of Eagle County public affairs for Vail Resorts.
Williams has worked in the area for many years, including a stint at the Vail Daily, and has worked for local public relations company Peeples Ink. She started her own company, Commfluent Communications, three years ago. That company has shut down with Williams’ move to Vail Resorts.
Liz Biebl, also formerly of Commfluent, has replaced Jen Brown as Vail Resorts’ public relations person for Vail.
While Biebl will be the public face of Vail Mountain, Williams described her new job as “behind the scenes” work for the resort company.
Williams described her new job as being a kind of bridge between the resort company, local government and the community.
That can include everything from working with local boards and officials on project approvals to talking to community members about new company projects.
“This job is about 70 percent of what Commfluent was doing,” Williams said. While Commfluent was open, that company worked on projects includng the most recent bond issue for the Eagle County School District and the voter referendums on Solaris in Vail and the Battle Mountain project in Minturn. All three of those ballot measures were approved.
“Our goal as a company is to be as transparent as possible, whether that’s a project or a product,” Williams said. “I believe in this company and where it’s headed, and my job is to make sure the company and the community are getting along as much as possible.”
Business Editor Scott N. Miller can be reached at 748-2930, or email@example.com.
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