Veolia Water Exec Launches Her Own Firm
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Veolia Water Exec Launches Her Own Firm

Carolyn Mosby-Williams, former vice president of communications and community affairs for Veolia Water Indianapolis, has left her position after three years to start her own public relations firm, Cole Brown Public Relations.

Paul Holmes

INDIANAPOLIS—Carolyn Mosby-Williams, former vice president of communications and community affairs for Veolia Water Indianapolis, has left her position after three years to start her own public relations firm, Cole Brown Public Relations.

At VWI, Mosby-Williams oversaw all internal and external communications, marketing, public relations, community affairs and creative services for the largest public-private water partnership in North America. She has experience that spans Indiana state government, the not-for-profit sector and the steel, telecommunications and utility industries.

CBPR has a client list that includes entertainers, a local radio personality, and large and small businesses, she says.

Cole Brown is named for its founder’s great grandmother, the late Lillie Cole Snelling; grandmother, the late Mary Snelling Brown; and mother, the late State Senator Carolyn Brown Mosby.

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