WCCVB adds Doleshel as Office Assistant

FRANKLIN, Tenn.  – The Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) has added Heather Doleshel to its staff as an office assistant. Doleshel joins the WCCVB with over a decade of experience and will work with the staff to manage office operations.

“We are thrilled to add Heather to our team,” said WCCVB President & CEO Ellie Westman Chin. “Heather brings incredible experience and talents that will benefit every department at the WCCVB and will help us as a staff fulfill our mission of sharing Franklin and Williamson County with the world.”

Doleshel comes to the WCCVB with professional experience in administration, purchasing, personal and office assisting. Additionally, she has been the sole proprietor of a successful photography business for over 10 years. Doleshel is also very active in the Franklin community, chairing a number of large events and volunteering with the Franklin Special School District.

“I love Franklin and am very proud to call it my home,” said Doleshel. “I’m thrilled to now be a part of a team that is responsible for what brought my family and me here to begin with.”

 The Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) is the official destination marketing organization for Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County, Tennessee. The WCCVB stimulates economic growth through the promotion of travel and tourism assets such as history, music, attractions, entertainment, the arts, and events to visitors from around the world. For information on Franklin and Williamson County, visit us on the web at VisitFranklin.com.


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