Gary Kellogg, Planning & Economic Development Director
Bennett Bratley, Economic Development Manager
Bennett provides comprehensive site-selection assistance to companies looking to relocate or expand within Kingman and surrounding Mohave County, with special emphasis in targeted manufacturing, energy, distribution, logistics, and healthcare service industries. Prior to joining The City of Kingman Economic Development Team in August of 2018, Bennett worked in the Economic Development Department of Mohave County since 2009, and promoted to the director in 2014. Before entering the economic development field Bennett brought with him 13 years of experience in managing a residential and commercial real estate and development brokerage in Southern California’s Inland Empire. He currently holds a real estate broker's license in Arizona and California, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from California State University. Bennett’s professional memberships include National Association of Realtors and sits on the board of directors for the Arizona Association for Economic Development. When he is not busy collaborating with new or expanding businesses within the region, he enjoys taking full advantage of the area’s unlimited outdoor recreational offerings with his wife and four children.
Josh Noble, Tourism Services Manager
Josh coordinates Kingman visitor services, collaborates with the Arizona Office of Tourism to build and implement marketing campaigns and media missions, and compiles historical data to analyze trends so that Kingman’s marketing strategy aligns the expectations of our visitors with the community promise. Josh transitioned into the tourism industry while working at the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce in 2007, where he managed membership services and special events. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and held an internship as a Majority Staff Legislative Research Analyst at the Arizona State House of Representatives. Josh serves on the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona Board of Directors and on the Finance and Library & Media Committees of the Mohave County Historical Society. Josh enjoys photography, cooking, researching and preserving local area history, and recreating outdoors with his wife, two boys, and two girls.