Dawn Levesque.

Dawn Levesque promoted by city

Dawn Levesque was promoted to the position of Corporate Services Executive with the City of Revelstoke last week

Dawn Levesque was promoted to the position of Corporate Services Executive with the City of Revelstoke last week, the city announced in a news release.

Levesque has 15 years of local government experience, having worked in the city’s finance and planning departments before joining the corporate administration department in 2009. She has been responsible for increasing efficiency in the department, as well as transforming the records management of the city.

She is currently enrolled in the Local Government Administration program at Capilano University and will graduate this fall.

In her new role, Levesque will be tasked with enhancing corporate services such as policy review, contract management and support to mayor and council, as well as providing direction for corporate communications.

“I am sincerely pleased to be a part of the management team and look forward to the challenge of enhancing corporate services and communications within theacommunity as well as internally,” said Levesque. “The opportunities for growth have been built by the innovative restructuring of city hall departments and I am confident that the changes will benefit the community positively”

 

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