The Hyde Collection announced today that it has hired Rhonda Triller as communications associate. As a member of the external affairs team, Triller will be responsible for the Museum’s newsletter copy, press releases, eblasts, and social media campaigns, as well as media relations. In addition, she will serve on the programming committee and assist with the Museum’s special events, including The Hyde’s annual Gala and the Charlotte Miller Summer Luncheon.
“We are thrilled that Rhonda is joining the staff. She will be an outstanding addition to the team, especially as we continue to reach out to our community and raise the profile of the Museum,” noted Erin Coe, director of the Museum. “A talented writer and copy editor, she brings with her a perfect mix of experience, creativity, and professionalism.”
Rhonda Triller joins the Museum after a 15-year career in newspapers, most recently as the Features Editor at The Post-Star. In that role, she witnessed how the arts and cultural organizations like The Hyde impact a community’s quality of life and economic growth. Her wealth of experience in communications includes writing, editing, and graphic design.
“I am thrilled to work at The Hyde, to continue its tradition of excellence, and help it move toward an exciting future,” said Triller.
Triller lives in Queensbury with her husband and three children. She is a graduate of St. Michael’s College (Colchester, Vermont), with a degree in journalism.
Triller starts work at the Museum on September 26.