Meet Kiley!

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We’d like to introduce to you our newest staff member, Kiley Leonard! Kiley recently moved from Redding, California to join our team as a Client Success Intern. Kiley is currently enrolled in Business Management at Grand Canyon University and was previously a manager with Dutch Bros where she quickly moved up the ranks from barista to manager.
Kiley brings a ton of insight on working with millennials. Bringing that into the fold with behavior allows her to truly add value to the KYT team. Kiley will be instrumental in supporting our customers and providing ongoing education on behavior and support along with our other Customer Support team members.

Please join us in welcoming Kiley to the KYT team!

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