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The Local Pulse partner team is growing!

Local Pulse ownership group welcomes a new partner, Elli Gentile. Pictured l to r: Doug Jolly, Lisa Long Lyter, Elli Gentile, and Jerold Hall. Not pictured: Chris Phillips

This morning, the ownership team welcomed the current Managing Editor, Elli Gentile, to the partner group.

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Elli was instrumental in the launch of the Local Pulse back in March.

“She is gifted in telling good news stories, and that is what we are hyper-focused on – the good news that is happening within local small businesses, sharing the impact of nonprofits and the work they are doing; and highlighting what our beautiful city has to offer in entertainment and family activities” shared Lisa Long Lyter, Partner, and Editor in Chief.

Additionally, “It has always been our intention to honor those that are working on this #goodnews project, and we have started with making sure Elli realizes how valuable she is along with her work, how valuable she is in the effort of sharing good news, and how important she is in her role of leading our team of editors and writers” said Long Lyter.

Elli will remain in her current role as Managing Editor and will also take on additional fiscal responsibilities. Elli is also the manager of the Social Media Team for Red Iron Design House.

Welcome, Elli!  We are so glad you are a part of this project in making a difference in Pensacola!

#localpulse #pensacolagoodnews #goodnews #heartbeatofourcity #dailydoseofgoodnews

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Lisa Long has cultivated the skill set of combining big-picture thinking + research + insights + storytelling; then integrating it all into the platform of good news. Besides being a Partner with the Local Pulse, she also owns a social media agency. She is passionate about the success of small businesses and the role that they play; and the community impact they have on culture, tourism, and the tax base. She lives in Pensacola, Florida with her husband, the Chief Deputy of Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, and their English Cream Golden Retriever named Gracie. In the past year two years, she has been recognized and won Community Leader of the Year in 2021 from the Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce PACE Awards, EntreCon’s John Myslack Servant Leader of the Year Award in November 2021, and selected as a member of the InWeekly’s Power List 2022, 2023 and 2024. You can find her most days with a cup of coffee, thanking Jesus for her blessings, and being amazed at all the intriguing people she gets to meet. Odds are, she considers you one of them.