More talent for C2: Beverly Bartlett

BBartlett1We’re excited to add another talented communicator to the C2 team, Beverly Bartlett.

As speech writer for Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer for the past four years, she was the voice behind the voice of Louisville.  She also served as the social media maven for his office, helping build the mayor’s 35,000 social media followers by planning compelling, timely posts and helping decide when it was time for the mayor to get “pinteresting.”

All told, Beverly brings more than two decades of wide-ranging communications expertise to C2. A former reporter, editor and columnist for The Courier-Journal and the author of two critically acclaimed novels, she is an engaging, creative writer whether she’s crafting 140 characters or 140 pages.

When she’s not making snarky comments on her personal Facebook page, she enjoys camping with her husband and two sons. Her family shares a goal of eventually spending a tenth of a year – 36.5 nights – in a tent. (So far, the closest they’ve gotten in one year is 30 nights.)

Chad Carlton,

C2 President

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