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Kristi Finney

Kristi Finney

Executive Assistant | Offices Manager

Kristi Finney runs an office like a well-oiled machine. As the Executive Assistant and Offices Manager at Noble Studios, she supports Jarrod, Season and B.C. by managing schedules, coordinating travel and ensuring everything runs smoothly behind the scenes.

Kristi brings to the role a wealth of start-up experience, where flexibility and strategic planning were key. She has held roles ranging from Chief of Staff and Office Manager to Executive Assistant as well as HR and Recruiting positions. She has also served as a National Sales Director, Account Manager and as a Board Member for a non-profit organization. These experiences have allowed her to hone her ability to assess situations quickly, mitigate risks and streamline operations.

A native of Northern California’s East Bay Area, Kristi attended UC Davis, earning a B.A. in Communications with a minor in Sociology. Her leadership roles on campus laid the foundation for her organizational and multitasking skills.

Passionate about international travel, Kristi has trekked the Inca Trail, dodged baby vipers in Costa Rica and experienced a hornet’s nest mishap in Fiji. She even managed an on-site office for a bungee jumping company where she logged more than 80 jumps and “filled in” as Jumpmaster making helping people take the plunge.

Kristi is also a music aficionado. Her first job was in a record store and she is now rebuilding her vinyl collection with her kids. Be forewarned, she thinks in song lyrics, movie quotes and commercial jingles, often integrating them into conversations. 

Need to kick start your love life? Kristi enjoys cardio kickboxing classes and is a successful matchmaker, introducing couples who have been married for over 11 and 20 years.

Kristi is excited to work with Noble’s creative minds and immerse herself in digital marketing. She was drawn to the company’s vibrant and authentic culture and is inspired daily by the energy and creativity of the team.

“By default, the sky is always blue. You just have to rise above the storm clouds to see it.”