Outrigger Enterprises Group Appoints Two Vice Presidents

Bitsy Kelley Outrigger Enterprises Group
Bitsy Kelley

Outrigger Enterprises Group has announced the appointment of two vice presidents to its executive team: Bitsy Kelley as vice president, corporate relations; and Monica Salter as vice president, corporate communications.

Meet the new VPs:

Monica Salter Outrigger Enterprises Group
Monica Salter

Bitsy Kelley has been vice president of corporate communications since 2013 and a board member of Outrigger Enterprises Group and Weatherby Foundation International, USA Gymnastics and USA Biathlon. She will take on a role of relationships, representing Outrigger to audiences globally through relationship building, community outreach and company events. She continues as corporate/owner spokesperson, and leads Outrigger’s OZONE conservation and sustainability initiatives at Outrigger destinations across the globe.

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Monica Salter’s career saw her as public relations director for Hotel Lanai, communications manager for XTERRA’s international trail run series, and assistant marketing director for the University of Hawaii athletics department, in addition to senior vice president providing counsel to Outrigger for eight. As vice president, corporate communications she will oversee strategy and direction for internal and external communications to elevate brand awareness and positive exposure for Outrigger worldwide, and manage Outrigger’s global public relations partners and in-house team.

 

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