Kelli Komondor’s diverse background includes marketing, team leadership and management, relationship building and development, event planning and execution, and professional writing and storytelling. She is a leader who is passionate about helping others and making a difference – always looking to serve a greater purpose with a strong desire to “do good”.
During her career, she has led successful sales teams in the publishing, IT, and banking industries. She has continually exceeded sales and service goals, while always putting the client first. Kelli has had the good fortune of building a strong professional network and making lasting, purposeful connections. Using her networking skills and desire to connect people for collaboration and business purposes, she founded a networking group: Building a Network – MACE (Manufacturing, Architecture, Construction and Engineering) where she partnered with industry professionals and hosted networking mixers around the city of Pittsburgh.
She is so excited to return to marketing, public relations, and event planning – as the Virtual Marketing Officer with Higher Images; and Executive Vice President, Sales and Sponsorships with the Pittsburgh Business Show, both located in Bridgeville. In these roles Kelli will be able to help clients make valuable connections and build their businesses with creative marketing packages, branding, and event and networking opportunities.
Kelli loves the Pittsburgh Steelers, music, and “picking” at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets. In her free time she enjoys cooking and entertaining family and friends, wine tastings, dining out, reading, and volunteering. She serves on Cindy’s Memorial Bark Park’s Board of Directors and was a vital part in fundraising to build the dog park in memory of a family friend. She is currently serving on the planning committee for the Community Liver Alliance “You Make a Difference Awards Luncheon” and is on the planning committee for the National Kidney Foundation’s Monopoly Tournament.
Kelli lives in the little borough of Port Vue with her husband Rob and their Yorkie Poo, Mia Marie. They have two grown children, Cameron and Kayla (Zach), and a rescue granddog, Maggie.
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