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Kylee Flister

Title

Recruitment Marketing Coordinator

Office

Madrigrano Hall 28

Phone Number

262-551-5782

Email Address

Kylee Flister joined the Communications Office in June 2015 after spending two years as an administrative assistant to the Division of Fine Arts. She earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts in theatre management and promotions from the University of Wisconsin — Whitewater, and a minor in dance.

As the Recruitment Marketing Coordinator, Kylee works with the Vice President of Communication to project manage all aspects of strategic marketing collateral development as directed by annual plans created in conjunction with the Office of the Provost, Office of Admissions, and Office of Graduate and Professional Studies. She serves as project manager for all undergraduate and graduate recruitment materials and collateral, from concept through production, and collaborates with administrators, admissions staff, communications staff, division deans, faculty, and campus offices to conduct research, identify photography needs, and collect supporting assets for creating and updating recruitment publications, e-blasts, and websites.

Kylee is excited to be a part of Kenosha’s growing arts community and she participates in several young professional organizations. Kylee and her fiance, Nick, live in downtown Kenosha. In the warmer months, you can often find them down by the lake with their dog, Gordon.

Education

  • B.F.A. — University of Wisconsin — Whitewater

Main responsibilities at Carthage

  • Works with the Vice President of Communications to project manage all aspects of strategic marketing collateral development as directed by annual plans created in conjunction with the Office of the Provost, Office of Admissions, and Office of Graduate and Professional Studies.
  • Serves as a project manager for all undergraduate and graduate recruitment materials and collateral, from concept through production.
  • Collaborates with administrators, admissions staff, communications staff, division deans, faculty, and campus offices to conduct research, identify photography needs, and collect supporting assets for creating and updating recruitment publications, e-blasts, and websites.
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