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logistics manager | synergist
Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona
Born and raised in the “Valley of the Sun,” Kaylee’s academic journey led her to the University of Arizona (bear down!), where she earned her degree in Communication and Sociology. She worked for the university as a Special Events Director during her undergrad, igniting her passion for the world of events.
Kaylee’s expertise lies in curating one-of-a-kind experiences, drawing upon her background in experiential marketing, trade shows, and conferences. Fun fact: Kaylee is no stranger to public speaking as she assumed the dual role of traveling Emcee and Event Coordinator in a previous position. Problem solving, creativity, and collaboration are the pillars of her professional approach.
As a Phoenix, AZ native, Kaylee makes the most of the weather by spending as much time as she can outside, whether it’s soaking up the sun by the pool in the summer or snowboarding in northern Arizona in the winter. When she’s not immersed in the outdoors, you might find her engrossed in a new book or enjoying a game of pickleball!
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