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communications designer | gear head
Hometown: Tucson, AZ
Raised in Tucson, Cayla eventually planted her roots in the Phoenix desert with her husband and four (yes, four) rescue dogs.
From a young age, Cayla began working on cars and heavy equipment alongside her grandfather, who taught her a strong sense of work ethic and ingenuity. When not in the shop, she was hunkered down in her room writing stories and letters which eventually catapulted her into a career of writing as a communications designer.
At automätik, Cayla pairs her seasoned knowledge of automotive nuances with her passion for writing each day with a smile that simply doesn’t seem to quit. While not hard at work on the other end of a keyboard, you can find her hiking with her pups in the Phoenix area or wrenching away on the next big project.
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