Dawn Muir Travels To The Ranks Of Stanford Who’s Who
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND, July 30, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ -- A consummate professional with over two decades of experience in the tourism industry, Dawn Muir has consistently displayed the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be mentioned among the elite. As a result of her outstanding body of work, Dawn has earned inclusion in the exclusive network of premier professionals with Stanford Who’s Who.
Applying her vast knowledge of tourism, Dawn currently serves in the role of Marketing and Communications Manager for the Carter Observatory, which is New Zealand's longest-serving national observatory. The educational establishment offers visitors a state of the art, digital planetarium with an almost limitless range of virtual space journeys, along with multi-media exhibits that tell the Māori and European story of New Zealand’s southern skies and the role of the stars in navigation.
In her position as Marketing and Communications Manager, Dawn is responsible for developing and implementing the marketing and communications strategy for the Carter Observatory. Her role includes involvement in product development, packaging for the international market, website presence, social marketing and ongoing product development, advertising, and relationships with strategic partners.
In addition to working for the Carter Observatory, Dawn serves as a Member of the Tourism Management Advisory Board with the Victoria University of Wellington. As part of the Board, she plays an active role in offering an external stakeholder perspective on the Victoria Tourism Management Schools' program of activities, while assisting the program in the delivery of its mission.
Despite obtaining the vast majority of her expertise through professional experience in the field, Dawn also earned a Trained Teacher’s Certificate as a Primary School Teacher from the Wellington College of Education. Additionally, she served as a Board Trustee of the Lower Hutt Women’s Centre from 2008-2010 and served on an Access Tourism working group to create a strategic proposal on the issues and opportunities around disabled tourism for New Zealand in 2009. Dawn was also a member of the conference organizing committee for the Wellington Outgames of 2011.
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