Kitty Clemens has extensive destination marketing and economic development experience in support of small towns and resort destinations. Kitty has more than ten years experience serving in senior administrative and CMO positions representing travel trade associations, municipalities, special districts and intergovernmental authorities. Her successful projects include robust advertising, branding and communication strategies with local, regional and statewide business development partners.
Clemens graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a BS in Business Administration. She enjoys spending free time exploring the world on foot or on two human powered wheels.
As the Membership Sales and Event Manager, Danielle Chamberlain moved to the Big Sky/Bozeman area in 2005 from Waitsfield, VT. She earned a Bachelors degree in marketing from Montana State University, Bozeman. Through raft guiding at Geyser Whitewater Expeditions to ski instructing at Big Sky Resort, Danielle has gained a wealth of knowledge about the area.
When Danielle is not working for the Chamber you may see her walking her two dogs, Boon and Tippy, skiing on Lone Mountain, or boating on Hebgen Lake.
Marci Lewandowski moved to Big Sky from Buena Vista, Colorado because of her love for the mountains. Marci is an avid traveler and after earning a BS in Political Science from Santa Clara University in Northern California, she spent a year teaching English in South Korea and traveling throughout Asia.
When not managing the Big Sky Visitor Center, she loves to read, write, and hike throughout the Big Sky area.
Andrew is responsible for the efficient and effective support of marketing and public relations conducted by the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce. He recently graduated from Montana State University with a BS in business marketing. His skill sets include widespread knowledge in current marketing developments, digital media and market research.
He likes to spend his free time snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding, golfing, playing squash and enjoying the outdoors.
Audrae Coury started coming to Big Sky in 1989 and has had a home on Little Coyote Road since 1993. Back in St. Paul, MN, she earned a BS in Education and MEd from the University of Minnesota and has a Masters in International Management from School for International Training in Brattleboro, VT. She taught English as a Second Language for Minneapolis Public Schools and Roseville Area Schools. She has also taught English in Japan, China and Hungary.
When not reading, tending to her yard or volunteering for several Big Sky organizations, she can be found on her road bike or Nordic skiing around the world. Visits to her sons, daughter-in-laws and six grandchildren are special.