On May 3, 2017

KPAA welcomes new staff, bids farewell to Neisner

KILLINGTON—The Killington Pico Area Association (KPAA) has hired a new staff member in time for the busy summer season. Alexis King, from Pittsfield, Mass., is filling the role of membership and events assistant. After growing up in the hills of Berkshire County, Mass., she moved to the North Shore of Boston to study communications at Salem State University. After graduation, she spent two years traveling, which included a month-long, cross-country road trip.

“Moving to Vermont was fueled by my love of skiing, hiking and just being outdoors,” King said. “I look forward to becoming an integrated part of this great community while striving to make it even better in my new position at the KPAA.”

Noellen Neisner is moving on from her role as the membership services manager at the KPAA to pursue a career in corporate management at Enterprise Holdings. “This was not an easy decision,” Neisner said. “I have spent the past two years collaborating with so many members of the community; promoting their businesses has been extremely rewarding and I have learned a lot in the process.”

Neisner plans to continue living in Killington, and plans to be present at most KPAA functions, and will act in a consulting role to assist King in her transition.

“My goal is to make this transition as smooth as possible with no discrepancies. I sincerely appreciate all of the opportunities that I have been given during my time with the KPAA and I look forward to seeing the continued growth of the community,” Neisner said.

Photo courtesy of KPAA
Outgoing Membership & Event Assistant Noellen Neisner (left) stands with her replacement, Alexis King.

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