Community Foundation welcomes new director of marketing & communications

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole announces last week that Anne Bradley has begun a new job as the Director of Marketing and Communications.

Bradley will be responsible for developing and implementing the Foundation’s marketing and communications strategy to amplify and grow awareness of the Foundation and its programs.

She hit the ground running as news of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, spread and worsened exponentially. The Community Foundation has been on the frontlines, activating its Community Emergency Response Fund to support local nonprofits helping those directly impacted by COVID-19 in addressing their ongoing needs.

“We are thrilled by the opportunity to work with a marketing professional with the talent and experience Anne brings,” stated Laurie Andrews, Foundation President. “As the new President, I am eager to explore opportunities that build upon the Foundation’s established strengths and accomplishments. Anne will be instrumental in helping us achieve those goals.”

“I am excited to join this exceptional team and to play a part in an organization that is supporting our community in countless ways,” remarked Anne Bradley.

Previously, Anne served as the Marketing Director at Center for the Arts. Bradley’s seat will be filled by Jenny Graham, who was promoted to the position of Marketing Director at The Center this month.

“We were thrilled to offer Jenny Graham the role of Marketing Director,” said Center President and CEO David Rotham. “Given her track record in design and branding in the community and at The Center, we are excited to see where she takes our marketing efforts in the months and years to come.”

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