River City Company Adds New Employees And Expands Team

Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Haley Doss
Haley Doss
River City Company has added two new staff members, Haley Doss and Julia Bursch. 
 
As the venue manager and executive assistant, Ms. Doss oversees all private rentals of River City Company properties, including the Waterhouse Pavilion in Miller Plaza.  Ms. Doss also assists in the planning and execution of many River City Company programs, like City Sweat, Basecamp and Startup Week, in addition to providing administrative support to River City CEO Kim White.  Ms. Doss is a 2018 graduate of the University of Tennessee Chattanooga.    
 
In the newly created position of director of operations and special projects, Ms. Bursch provides oversight, planning and general operational support to a variety of River City Company projects and initiatives.
Ms. Bursch is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and has previously worked as the operations director for Metro Ideas Project, a local non-profit urban policy think tank. In addition, Ms. Bursch has worked for Bellhops as the internal operations manager, a project manager for both Lamp Post Group and WayPaver, while also founding the Chattanooga Startup Awards. 
 
“River City Co is a successful and nimble team because we hire the right people for the right roles,” states Ms. White, president and CEO of River City Company. “Haley and Julia both bring energy, passion and expertise to our workplace and are incredible assets in helping us work to keep downtown working.” 
 
The River City Company team has a total of 10 staff members.
Julia Bursch
Julia Bursch

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