Inside Business: On the move
ASPEN The Executive Service Corps celebrated its 10-year anniversary at The Little Nell hotel in Aspen this month when several individuals were recognized for their contributions to the local nonprofit industry. The event honored the 33 active consultants and 18 special advisors for their work with nonprofits from Aspen to Glenwood Springs this past year.Special recognition was given to four consultants for their contributions, commitment, vision, and excellence in volunteer leadership.Two first-year consultants, Rich Glasier and Neal Batson, were named Rookies of the Year. Consultant of the Year went to Terri Anuszewski, who also serves as the program director and is a member of the ESC board of directors. Named The Most Valuable Player was Pat Fallin, who serves as the communications and marketing director, and is a board member.The ESC is a nonprofit and was founded in 1998 by the Aspen Community Foundation to provide management expertise to the non-profits of the Roaring Fork Valley. The ESC uses the talents of seasoned executives and professionals to deliver consulting and related services to the Roaring Fork Valleys non-profit organizations.
SNOWMASS VILLAGE Kristi Kavanaugh-Bradley has been hired as the new group-sales director of the town of Snowmass Villages marketing, special events and group sales department.Kristi brings a fresh outside perspective and new ideas, balanced with a true locals perspective, having lived and worked in the industry in this very unique valley for many years, said the departments director Susan Hamley. Were looking forward to adding to our talented group sales team the extensive experience and high energy which earned her national recognition with St. Regis Aspens parent company Starwood. Kavanaugh-Bradley, more commonly referred to as K2, comes to Snowmass Village from the St. Regis Aspen, and she has spent 14 years in the valley. She obtained her marketing degree from Virginia Tech and began her work in 1993 with the Ritz-Carlton in their global sales office in Washington D.C. before moving to Aspen, where she also has worked as the director of sales and marketing for the Aspen Club & Spa. During her time with the St. Regis, Kavanaugh-Bradley was named 2007 Sales Leader of the Year for all Starwood hotels in North America and named 2004 Sales Performer of the Year for Starwood. Its an honor to be part of the exciting new changes going on in Snowmass Village, and I look forward to doing my part to ensure Snowmass expands as a thriving multi-season destination, said Kavanaugh-Bradley.Kavanaugh-Bradley is responsible for a budget of $1.5 million (funded by the 2.4 percent lodging tax) and works to increase the economic vitality of Snowmass Village. Kavanaugh-Bradley will manage and oversee a team of national group sales managers whose focus is to bring meetings and groups to Snowmass Village. Kavanaugh-Bradleys responsibilities include evaluating core target audiences and current markets, and identifying emerging markets for Snowmass evolving product. She will be the department liaison with the Snowmass lodging community and develop joint initiatives for marketing opportunities such as trade shows and relationship building events.
BASALT Healers Rob and Mary Grady have joined the WIN Health Institute of Basalt and the Valley Wellness Center of Glenwood Springs.Rob graduated Magna Cum Laude from Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minneapolis. Robs massage training includes relaxation massage, rehabilitative massage and sports event massage. He also is a transformational life coach and hypnotherapist. Mary also is a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University. She is a licensed acupuncturist, and is certified in constitutional facial renewal acupuncture, transformational life coaching, hypnotherapy, meditation instruction and energy work.For more information, visit http://www.drdavedc.com, or http://www.WINHealthInstitute.com.
On the move is a feature of Inside Business, published Tuesdays in The Aspen Times.
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