Moyla Halimy is our Economic Development & Government Affairs Coordinator and our latest staff spotlight! In her role, she performs a variety of tasks central to effectively executing ongoing work and special projects. She also manages the Partnership’s Business Vitals program (formerly EOP). Learn more about Moyla here and read on for a brief Q&A!
A huge congratulations is in order to our latest staff spotlight, Krystal Testa who was just recently promoted to Senior Manager of Events! Krystal is responsible for the creation, planning, logistics and execution of the Partnership’s 60+ events each year. In addition, she is responsible for writing sponsorships for events, programming and councils. Learn more about Krystal here, or better yet – join the 2,000+ people who follow her on twitter @LovinOnBuffalo.
Laura Smith is our Vice President of Economic Development and latest staff spotlight! Her main focus is on policy reform and she is responsible for the supervision of our Economic Development department, including our councils, workforce development and BN360, The Partnership’s young professionals program. Learn more about Laura here and read on for a brief Q&A:
This month, Molly is celebrating her 7 year anniversary working at The Partnership! As Manager of New Business Development, Molly shares information with the WNY business community about the work we do at the Partnership and grows membership. Learn more about Molly here and check out her Q & A below:
The Partnership is happy to welcome Kathy Sullivan as our newest member of the staff! As Executive Assistant, Kathy’s role is to support the senior leadership team and to engage all team members in the Partnership’s values every day. Learn more about Kathy here and check out her Q&A below:
As my marketing and events internship at the Buffalo Niagara Partnership is reaching its end, I can’t help but to reflect on this valuable experience. This was my first job in an actual professional environment so I was extremely unsure about what it would be like day-to-day and how to act amongst professionals. That being said, it didn’t take long to get comfortable in the office thanks to the kindness and sincerity of everyone whom I interacted with. I immediately felt welcomed and like part of the team.
My experience at the Buffalo Niagara Partnership as a marketing and events intern was valuable. The working culture was conducive to learning and everyone was very friendly. I had a chance not only to work for marketing and events, but to also check out other departments. My supervisor, Krystal Testa, did not limit me to only one area, instead, she encouraged me to learn as much as possible while I was with the Buffalo Niagara Partnership. I was able to showcase my marketing skills while also developing new ones during my time working with the marketing team. I worked on many projects and received training on their customer relationship management (CRM) system and WordPress.