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Yellowstone Public Affairs Officer Julena Campbell Stepping Down

Yellowstone National Park is getting a new Public Affairs Officer as interim officer Julena Campbell is leaving October 14.

Sandy Snell-Dobert, a ranger currently posted at Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park and Curecanti National Recreation Area in Colorado, will temporarily fill Campbell’s position, starting in early November. She is expected to stay on through the winter on a “detail assignment. ”Further, Yellowstone is looking to fill the position permanently by spring 2016. From a Campbell press release quoted in Big Horn Radio Network:

You can expect an email in a few weeks with more of an introduction to Sandy, as well as an explanation of some other reorganization and staffing changes in our work unit, which is now aligned under a new Office of Strategic Communications, and headed by a new chief, Jody Lyle. Again, more details and contact info TBA.

Campbell worked alongside fellow Public Affairs Officer Amy Bartlett this summer, dispatching news releases about the latest Yellowstone news. Bartlett will be staying on; you can reach her by email (Yell_Public_Affairs@nps.gov) or phone (307-344-2015).

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Sean Reichard is the editor of Yellowstone Insider and author of Yellowstone Insider For Families 2017.

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