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Wendy Stane, a 23-year veteran of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, has joined the Trinity River Vision Authority (TRVA) as marketing manager. The move was effective Jan. 17.

“We are really excited about the experience she brings to the team,” said Communication Manager Matt Oliver. “Wendy will oversee the TRVA production team, as well as spearhead our social and digital efforts.”

The authority is responsible for implementation of the Trinity River Vision, a master plan for the Trinity River in Fort Worth, that dates back to the 1980s. City Council adopted the plan that encompasses 88 miles of the Trinity River and its tributaries in 2003.

“I’m jumping into my new role with both feet, or at the very least, hope to make one helluva cannonball splash,” Stane said.

Stane held a variety of positions at the Star-Telegram, including community marketing manager, charged with leveraging social media and traditional media to build brand awareness and increase audience engagement.

“Wendy’s experience and creative vision will be invaluable in meeting TRVA’s future goals and objectives,” Oliver said.


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