An advertising agency professional with more than 40 years’ experience across a variety of private sector and government sector clients, Troy Ellen Dixon has expertise in marketing and development efforts on behalf of for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations. She translates strategic vision into effective business-building initiatives, thoughtful marketing solutions and meaningful communication efforts. Her capabilities include business development, digital communications, direct marketing, event marketing, fundraising, promotions, multicultural marketing, and community relations. Troy Ellen holds a BA in History from the College of Arts and Sciences at Oberlin College.
In retirement, Troy Ellen serves in a part-time position as Marketing & Program Director at the AJ Williams Myers-African Roots Center. Her commitment to the Kingston community is underscored by her active participation in the Kingston Emergency Food Collaborative and involvement in Citizens for Local Power, which recently elected her to the board.