SYRACUSE — Sol Muñoz is the new infrastructure public information officer in the City of Syracuse Communications Office.
In this role, she is responsible for a wide range of public information and communication activities supporting the Syracuse Departments of Public Works, Engineering, Water, and Cityline — the city’s online, social media and telephone constituent service system, according to a Sept. 1 news release from Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh’s office.
Muñoz will produce communications and content for web, print, and social media, relating to activities and public projects affecting roads, sewers, pedestrian traffic, and public spaces. She will develop and distribute public information to inform and engage constituents, media, and stakeholders in ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects and initiatives, such as road reconstruction, the new trash and recycling carts rollout, sidewalk repairs, snow removal and safety, and Interstate 81 construction.
Muñoz most recently worked as a community and content manager for Soul Excellence Publishing. In that position, she worked on building and managing online websites, events, marketing platforms, and community outreach. She also previously worked as a marketing intern for the WISE Women’s Business Center, supporting events and programming while creating content and graphics for social media and collateral materials. In both positions, Muñoz provided operational support to organizational projects and client-outreach initiatives.
Muñoz is currently studying to finish her master’s degree in entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises at the Syracuse University Whitman School of Management. She received a bachelor’s degree in music, in combination with an outside field in business management and a minor in Latin American studies, from the Whalen School of Music at Ithaca College. She also received an international baccalaureate bilingual diploma in English and Spanish from Washington International School in Washington D.C.