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KeriAnne Forbes

KeriAnne Forbes

Project Manager

What do you get when you cross a degree in sculpture with a minor in renewable energy? A fantastic project manager, that’s what!

Drawing from a diverse array of interests, KeriAnne Forbes works with Noble Studios’ clients to keep timelines running without a hitch while overseeing the efforts of our internal teams. Communication is key to what KeriAnne does, so she remains tuned in to all the facets of a given project to ensure deadlines are met with quality work while staying within budget.

For clients such as Grail, Genome Medical and vArmour, KeriAnne schedules meetings, takes careful notes and follows up on any questions that arise during meetings. It’s a vital part of what Noble does as a creative digital performance agency.

KeriAnne grew up in Whidbey Island, Wash., but was actually born in Reno. She returned to Northern Nevada to attend the University of Reno She jokes that neither of these fields has much to do with project management, but her ability to work across various disciplines and stay organized while exercising her creative muscles makes her perfect for the role of project manager.

Before she joined up with Noble, KeriAnne worked in Group Sales for Patagonia Corporate—outfitting companies in co-branded gear. She has translated this experience into her work at Noble, where she helps scope and plan projects, communicates during all phases of work and ensures that the project’s quality is up to Noble and client standards.

When not overseeing projects for Noble, KeriAnne hikes, bikes, swims, boulders, runs, skis and snowboards. She especially loves teaching her two-year-old daughter to participate in each of these activities. KeriAnne also enjoys gardening, raising chickens, renovating rooms and restoring furniture. She has served as a coach for the Special Olympics in swim and soccer for eight years. An avid baker, she recently started creating her own cookie and cake recipes from scratch.

“Listen to the mustn’ts, child. Listen to the don’ts. Listen to the shouldn’ts, the impossibles, the won’ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me … anything can happen, child. Anything can be.”

Shel Silverstein