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Kristi Twyeffort

Kristi Twyeffort

Project Manager

Project Manager Kristi Twyeffort is proof that you can get things done effectively, efficiently and with an ever-positive outlook. Ensuring the Noble Studios standards are upheld in each project she oversees, Kristi keeps her eye on deliverables, timetables and various other moving parts while keeping her teams motivated from start to finish.

Working with Noble clients such as Reno Tahoe Airport Authority, City of San Luis Obispo, Visit Morgan Hill and Hamilton Company, Kristi’s role is to align scheduled hours with project timelines — not an easy feat. Kristi is motivated by the idea of innovating new strategies that impact the field of marketing as well as Noble’s clients.

A native of Grass Valley, Calif., Kristi lived all around Central California before moving to Reno in the fourth grade. She studied graphic communications at Truckee Meadows Community College, then worked as a graphic design intern at a local creative agency. At TMCC, she heard about Noble Studios from a professor and she made it a goal to eventually work here.

She also worked as an account manager at a local printing and design company for three years as a jack of all trades, doing everything from moving print orders to the production queue, running printing presses, processing mailing lists for direct marketing, communicating with clients, sealing envelopes and anything else the team needed. Her time in creative agencies and as an account manager helped her to speak the language of the designers and other creatives at Noble Studios.

Outside of work, Kristi enjoys riding her motorcycle around town, painting watercolors and thrift store shopping. She has illustrated a half-dozen board games and says she has zero control when it comes to buying discounted house plants. She is also known to make a mean dirty martini.

Currently, Kristi is pursuing a Bachelor of Science Business Administration in Marketing through Western Governors University.

“Good fortune is what happens when opportunity meets with planning.”

Thomas Edison