KPS3 Hires Jess Johnson as Production Manager

We are happy to announce that KPS3 has hired Jess Johnson as our production manager. Jess will be responsible for day-to-day resource allocation and management within the agency ensuring deadlines and budgets are met, as well as vendor management.

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Jess brings more than 10 years of project management to KPS3. She began her professional career in Sacramento, Calif. where she worked as a project manager for RagingWire, a company that designs, builds and operates mission-critical data centers. She also served as an operations coordinator for Syncon Homes in Minden, Nev., a product development manager for Centex homes in Reno, Nev., and project manager/field operations manager for PRC, a construction company in Reno, Nev. Most recently, Jess was a production assistant for 3G Studios, where she managed and led multiple video game development and design projects.

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