BURLINGTON, VT – Main Street Alliance of Vermont (MSA-VT) is pleased to announce the addition of Kaycie Miltenberger to their staff. Miltenberger will serve as Research and Communications Associate for the small business organization.
“Main Street Alliance is such an important resource in this state, and I am honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the work they do,” said Miltenberger. “It’s a thrilling time to be joining MSA-VT – right on the heels of their strong work on the earned sick leave issue. I look forward to helping to elevate the voices of small business owners on state policy issues.”
Prior to joining Main Street Alliance, Miltenberger worked as Chief Editorial Writer for the New York State Assembly Majority, where she helped manage communications for the legislature. Most recently, she worked as a Marketplace Assister with Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.
“We are delighted to welcome Kaycie to the team and to continue to grow our organization here in Vermont,” said Lindsay DesLauriers, State Director of Main Street Alliance of Vermont. “Kaycie’s background in communications working for the New York Assembly will be a tremendous asset to the work of our organization."
Miltenberger joined the Main Street Alliance staff on Monday, Feb. 15 – just in time for the legislature’s final consideration of H.187, the Healthy Workplaces bill, in support of which the organization has organized a coalition of more than 250 Vermont businesses. The bill passed the House in a vote of 81-64 on Wednesday afternoon.
Main Street Alliance of Vermont is a statewide non profit organization that works with small business owners on public policy issues that are good for business, their employees, and the communities they serve.