The Door County Economic Development Corporation (DCEDC) has hired Bailey Koepsel as its new director of accounting and operations, and Korey Mallien has rejoined the nonprofit organization as its director of marketing and communications.
Koepsel has deep Door County ties and an extensive nonprofit background. She graduated from UW-Green Bay with a bachelor of science degree in public administration and was Björklunden’s assistant director before being named executive director of the Door County Historical Society in 2018.
In her role at DCEDC, Koepsel is responsible for managing all financial needs of the organization, including the Revolving Loan Fund program.
Mallien, a lifelong resident of Door County, has a background in journalism, business and education. He rejoins DCEDC after previously serving as its business and education partnership manager in 2017-18. Mallien and the DCEDC staff earned a Business Friend of Education Award from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in 2018 for the organization’s career-exploration and work-based learning programs, including the High School Home Construction Project and Youth Apprenticeship Program.
In his new role at DCEDC, Mallien is responsible for developing and implementing marketing and communications strategies that engage DCEDC stakeholders and other audiences.