Public Affairs Specialist Joins Groundwater Study Program Team
(Camp Edwards, MA) — West Barnstable resident, Kristina Curley, is the new Public Affairs Specialist for the Impact Area Groundwater Study Program at the Massachusetts Military Reservation (MMR). Curley will support the Community Involvement staff in enhancing the flow of information regarding the program's investigative and clean-up efforts at MMR to the public.
Curley, who became a permanent Cape resident in 1997, previously worked in corporate communications and media relations for Holiday Inn hotels and as Director of Marketing and Communications for Arts of the Americas. She earned a Communications degree from California State University, Fullerton, and has previously worked with disseminating information on environmental issues to the public as a public relations account executive and through volunteer work with non-profit environmental groups.
"Advising the media of the Groundwater Study Program's activities is a vital element of keeping the community informed about our efforts," said Curley. "I look forward to working with all the concerned media representatives to ensure they have a clear understanding of issues and actions related to the program."
"We're pleased to have a Public Affairs Specialist from our community, who understands the importance of maintaining relationships with the media," said Tina Dolen, Senior Community Involvement Specialist. "Kris is an outstanding addition to our team and will be assisting us with identifying and developing new channels of communications with the public."