Bernier named Bradley Reid management supervisor

Posted on August 7, 2013 

Kristy Bernier


Kristy Bernier named Bradley Reid Management Supervisor

Anchorage, ALASKA – Bradley Reid + Associates, Alaska’s leading full-service ad agency, is pleased to announce that Kristy Bernier has joined the firm as Management Supervisor.

Bernier will oversee advertising and public relations projects for two major Bradley Reid clients, ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. and Arctic Slope Regional Corp., and serve as a link between the clients and Bradley Reid’s staff of creative professionals.

“I’m excited by the opportunity to bring all I’ve learned from my career together in one place, and use that experience to develop effective campaigns for our clients,” Bernier said.

That experience includes 26 years of marketing and design work, including nearly a decade as an award-winning designer for the Anchorage Daily News, followed by stints at the Frontiersman Newspaper and Alaska Newspapers. Since 2005, she has worked as a Community and Public Relations Specialist at Matanuska Telephone Association in Palmer, where she handled corporate philanthropy and represented MTA throughout the community.

Palmer is where Bernier grew up and she is involved with numerous community organizations there. She serves on the board of directors of the Alaska State Fair and is a member of the American Red Cross of Mat-Su Leadership Council and the Greater Palmer Chamber of Commerce Special Events Committee.

“We welcome Kristy’s unique mix of experience and deep ties to her community,” said agency president Debbie Reinwand. “It’s great to have a long-time Alaskan on board who knows how to get things done.”

Bradley Reid + Associates is a full service advertising, marketing and public relations agency. It has been one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier agencies for the last 45 years with clients ranging from rural Alaska to major companies statewide and in the lower 48.

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