Laura Wisler promoted to Kent County Director
Apr 01 2014
DOVER, Del. – Today, Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.) announced the following change to his Delaware staff.
Laura Wisler has been promoted to director of the Kent County district office. Ms. Wisler previously had served as Senator Carper’s state scheduler and executive assistant since 2006. During her tenure, she coordinated all official business for the Senator in Delaware and helped ensure efficient operations between the Senator’s Washington, D.C. and Delaware offices.
As Kent County director, Ms. Wisler will act as Senator Carper’s liaison in Kent County, creating and maintaining relationships with all local government, business, community and constituent groups, while also advising the Senator on community, state and local issues and events in and around the area.
“I’m thrilled that Laura has agreed to continue to take on additional responsibilities and help me better serve Kent County and the First State,” Senator Carper said. “Laura is meticulously organized and over the last eight years I’ve always been able to count on her integrity, humor, and tireless work ethic to get the job done and help me better serve the people of Delaware. I know that she’ll do a great job leading our team in Kent County.”
“I’m excited and grateful to take on this new opportunity that will allow me to continue working alongside Senator Carper to help our friends and my fellow Kent County citizens,” Ms. Wisler said.
Ms. Wisler attended Wilmington University, earning her degree in business management.