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==Career History==
 
==Career History==
 
Crystal has worked in influential roles with both [[PIR]]'s [[.org]] and [[dotMobi]]'s [[.mobi]] [[TLD]]s. She last found herself as the Marketing and Communications Manager for [[PIR]], where she was responsible for much of its rebranding effort, and its social media and channel marketing outreach. At [[dotMobi]] she was involved with the actual launch of the [[.mobi]] domain, which is applicable experience as she facilitates the opening of the [[.co]] extension.<ref>[http://www.cointernet.co/registry/the-team .coInternet]</ref>
 
Crystal has worked in influential roles with both [[PIR]]'s [[.org]] and [[dotMobi]]'s [[.mobi]] [[TLD]]s. She last found herself as the Marketing and Communications Manager for [[PIR]], where she was responsible for much of its rebranding effort, and its social media and channel marketing outreach. At [[dotMobi]] she was involved with the actual launch of the [[.mobi]] domain, which is applicable experience as she facilitates the opening of the [[.co]] extension.<ref>[http://www.cointernet.co/registry/the-team .coInternet]</ref>
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Crystal Peterson is the Senior Manager at .co Internet.[1]

Career History

Crystal has worked in influential roles with both PIR's .org and dotMobi's .mobi TLDs. She last found herself as the Marketing and Communications Manager for PIR, where she was responsible for much of its rebranding effort, and its social media and channel marketing outreach. At dotMobi she was involved with the actual launch of the .mobi domain, which is applicable experience as she facilitates the opening of the .co extension.[2]

References