introducing your new events & marketing coordinators
February 12, 2018Elizabeth Estelzenmuller
MEET LINSAY EDWARDS: EVENT COORDINATOR
Linsay is new to our Brunswick Forest team! Originally from Greenville, North Carolina, Linsay graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in May of 2017 with a degree in Psychology. As the Event & Social Chair for her sorority, she gained valuable experience in the local event community that evolved into a love and appreciation for the industry. Calling Wilmington home for over four years, Linsay decided to stay in the area after graduating and was offered the position as the Event Coordinator with Brunswick Forest in September of 2017.
Linsay works closely with the Marketing Department to organize, coordinate and implement multiple events through out the year. She is responsible for organizing the Brunswick Forest Coastal Discovery event weekends, broker related events, organizing business related travel arrangements for staff, as well as any other special events hosted by the Welcome Center at Brunswick Forest.
In her free time, Linsay enjoys spending time on the water and being active! She exercises regularly, paddle boards and loves to spend time boating or on the beach with friends and family.
MEET ELIZABETH STELZENMULLER: DIGITAL MARKETING COORDINATOR
Starting with Brunswick Forest in September of 2016 as a Front Desk Coordinator, Elizabeth played a pivotal role into the day-to-day operations of the Welcome Center. Advancing on her knowledge from this role, she has stepped into her new position as the Digital Marketing Coordinator. Joining the Marketing Department this past November, Elizabeth manages our social media presence across all digital channels, is the primary contributor to the Brunswick Forest blog, generates monthly newsletters and collaborates with our on-site agents and staff to develop new marketing campaigns.
Elizabeth is originally from Durham, North Carolina. She is a graduate from East Carolina University with a degree in Hospitality Management. Her introduction to Wilmington began with a summer internship that immersed her into the local community and she instantly fell in love with the coastal area. Upon graduating from East Carolina, Elizabeth moved to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands where she spent two years gaining invaluable work and life experiences. Returning to Wilmington in April of 2016, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her yellow lab, Bodie, practicing yoga, exercising, exploring new places with friends and spending time on or near the water.