For those of you who make a visit to Santika Siligita Hotel Nusa Dua, this figure is definitely familiar. Her friendly and smiley personality easily makes anyone feel familiar. Fera Leonidya is known as a creative, beautiful and attractive Public Relations (PR) officer. This woman of Jogja-born on August 9, 1985 has started her career since one year ago at Santika Siligita. Previously, she has also been running the same profession at the Santika Premiere Jogja for 4 years. “It’s nice to stay in Bali, let alone to provide the best for Hotel Santika Indonesia Group,” stated the public relations doubling as secretary to general manager.
Although having many duties and responsibilities, she said, all the plans and ideas had to run as much as possible. “Becoming a PR officer is really multifunctional, it does not only prepare a press release, but also creatively invents new things,” she said while showing off the What’s On magazine as her own creation. Fera assumed that all the staff at her hotel were already like family members. It was the reason why she felt comfortable and at ease as well as always wanted to give the best contribution. “What’s On magazine is one of my modest contributions,” she explained.
In addition to carrying the explanation and promotion of the hotel, she happily explained several attractions, culture, tradition and the arts of Bali. For example, it featured the tradition of omed-omedan, Blue Point Beach tourist attraction, Water Blow, Pandava, Tirta Gangga, Goa Lawah, Blanco Museum, Rafting and Nusa Dua Map. She said to continuously build a good image of the company and minimize any existing constraints. “Location of our hotel is indeed private and we do not directly overlook the beach. Nevertheless, it does not matter because we provide a free shuttle service to the beach in Nusa Dua daily at 12:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. This location can even be covered within a few minutes,” she explained. “My commitment to work is to provide the best services for both corporate management and guests. Most importantly, I want to continuously learn and explore my own potential. So I cannot just become a professional PR but also an entrepreneur PR,” she added. (BTN/Ocha)
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