2 named to Vt. economic development, marketingThe Associated Press | July 26,2013MONTPELIER - The woman who helped grow Eating Well Media Group has been named Economic Development Commissioner for Vermont.
Lisa Gosselin of Stowe was named to the position Thursday.
Before serving as editorial director at Eating Well and launching eatingwell.com, Gosselin helped expand publications in California, Pennsylvania and New York, and served as editor-in-chief of Audubon, a magazine created by the National Audubon Society.
Gosselin was a senior brand manager at Kelliher Samets Volk in Burlington, working with clients including Dynastar, Ryka, New England Culinary Institute and McGill University.
Also, Nancy Driscoll has been appointed Chief Marketing Officer for the state. She replaces Kathy Murphy, who will be leaving to oversee marketing and communications efforts at Norwich University. Driscoll served as chief of staff for Lt. Gov. Phil Scott.
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