Truckee’s SmallPond Studio welcomes new marketing assistant

Nina Arnold

SmallPond Studio has hired Nina Arnold as the firm’s marketing assistant and account coordinator.

Arnold will manage the firm’s accounts, coordinate projects and provide marketing and public relations support. She will be taking over the former position of Alice Miller, who is leaving to pursue a Ph.D., at Princeton University.

and#8220;Nina is a great addition to the studio,and#8221; said SmallPond Owner Meg Raymore. and#8220;Her diverse background in marketing and public relations, combined with her positive attitude and dedication, fills a crucial account support role at SmallPond. Her skills will assist us in meeting all of our clients’ needs with quality and efficiency.and#8221;

Prior to joining SmallPond, Arnold worked as the marketing coordinator of Alto Restaurant in Denver, Colo. A graduate of University of Denver, she has also worked in marketing for such companies as Active Website, The Kimpton Group, The Learning Effectiveness Program and KBDI Channel 12.

As a PSIA Level One certified ski instructor, Arnold is also involved with the children’s ski program at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. Arnold spends her spare time in the outdoors rock climbing, mountain biking and telemark skiing.

SmallPond is an award-winning marketing and design firm dedicated to helping customers create and maintain a strong corporate identity through inspired design, creative strategy and a unique understanding of the bottom line. For more information, visit

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