Staff

Cayuga County CVB Staff

The Cayuga County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. (CCCVB) was established in 1995 as Cayuga County’s official tourism promotion agency.  Our mission is to promote, support and increase tourism and thereby stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life for area residents.

Karen Kuhl, Executive DirectorKaren Kuhl

karen@tourcayuga.com

Karen brings with her 15 years of experience as a tourism destination manager.  As the former Director of Tourism and Hospitality Operations for Selva Negro Ecolodge and as Owner of Tastefully Nicaragua she focused on sustainable tourism in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Her responsibilities included: marketing, sustainability certification process, human resources, long term planning, and itinerary management.  Karen's experience in the public and private sector makes her an excellent advocate for the Cayuga County CVB's role in marketing and product development in the tourism industry.


 

Karen Quezada, Administrative AssistanceKaren Q

admin@tourcayuga..com

Hi my name is Karen Quezada and I am 21 years old. I recently started this job and I love how I'm learning new things! I am also a full-time college student at CCC. The days where I don't work or have schoolwork to do I like to cook and exercise.  I also like to spend time with my family. 


 

Claire DunlapClaire Dunlap,  Marketing & Group Sales Manager

claire@tourcayuga.com

Claire is the newest addition to our staff at the Cayuga County Office of Tourism. As the former Executive Director of the Alexandria Bay Chamber of Commerce, she brings with her a wealth of knowledge in sales and marketing. In her free time Claire enjoys spending time with the newest member of her family born in February 2022, and riding her motorcycle around the scenic Finger Lakes Region. 

 


 

 

Dawn Lubaszewski, Marketing Assistant

Dawn@tourcayuga.com

Dawn LubaszewskiDawn is a lifelong resident of Auburn. Her over 19 years’ experience in member services and marketing lends valuable insights to our initiatives. She enjoys traveling locally as well and internationally but is always happy to return home to the beautiful Finger Lakes Region. In her free time, she enjoys sharing with her grandchildren and children, the historical sites, music, theatre, beautiful lakes and hiking trails that surround us in Cayuga County.