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Kingman Welcomes New Public Affairs Coordinator

Post Date:08/31/2018 4:05 PM

Kingman, Ari. – Coleen Haines has almost 20 years of experience in the communications, marketing and television-news fields combined. Before joining Kingman, she worked with different levels of government entities, public/private associations, and CBS and ABC affiliates across the country as a television news photojournalist.

“We’re excited to welcome someone who has such vast experience for the newly-created position,” said City Manager Ron Foggin. “Coleen will be able to help us with public outreach and communication for services the city provides for the community of Kingman.”

Coleen most recently worked in Douglas County, Oregon, where she filled the newly-created position of Community and Crisis Engagement Specialist (Public Information Officer).

Coleen also worked for the Wyoming Education Association and the Wyoming Department of Transportation, where she won numerous national awards for video production.

As a television news photojournalist, Coleen covered notable events such as: Hurricanes Isabel and Katrina, President Ronald Reagan’s funeral, and the opening day of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island following September 11.

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