We’re excited to welcome Chrisie Yabu to the KPS3 team as our newest senior account director. Chrisie will work with clients and our creative team to plan, develop, and execute marketing and communications strategies. With two decades of experience in integrated marketing communications, Chrisie brings thoughtful and results-driven approaches to every project. Before joining KPS3 and returning to her agency roots, Chrisie worked at Monarch Casino & Resort, Inc. as the corporate executive director of marketing.
Here are a few things you might not know about Chrisie:
- She grew up at the Phelps Agency in Santa Monica
- She likes to play the slots (her stint at IGT might have something to do with that)
- She is crazy good at yoga
More importantly, Chrisie brings nearly 20 years of client-side and agency-side experience to KPS3. She’ll be a great asset for our clients and we’re happy to welcome her to the team. Learn all about Chrisie here.
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