They're moving on down the highway
Since that time, she has added a few more titles - both professionally and personally.
Leaving the world of independent contractors behind, she joined The Record staff and became editor of our various weeklies, took on the responsibilities of copy editor, filled in as city desk editor, was named social media coordinator and audience engagement editor. Finally, she was named city editor while continuing to juggle her role as audience engagement editor.
In between juggling all those professional tasks, Rebecca took a few minutes to get married to her fiance Kirby, change her last name to Haizmann, buy a home in Colonie and walk her dog Bailey.
In June, Rebecca Haizmann joined the Downtown Albany Business Improvement District as communications coordinator, where she is responsible for the organization's traditional and new media communications.
Frankly, it was time for the woman to go; we were going broke getting her new business cards.
Despite this, we here at The Record do miss her and wish her well with her new position.
|Andrew Beam shows off his farewell cake|
|Wishing Andrew well on his last day are his fellow members of The Record City Desk: Lauren Halligan, left to right, Danielle Sanzone, Molly Eadie and Andrew.|