Krysta Kingsbury is the Scholarship Manager for Beauty Changes Lives and is loving every minute of it. A graduate from CSUSM with a degree in Sociology has enhanced her passion for philanthropy. Krysta is a mom of 3 children and has spent many hours volunteering as a PTA board member and a Girls Scout Leader for her daughters. Her past years have been working in the Poway school district with preschoolers and special needs children. Summer of 2016, Krysta joined Beauty Changes Lives to start a new career as a manager for scholarships because it is something she truly believes in and has a passion for helping students who have a goal for their future. Her favorite part of philanthropy is grant writing, fundraising, and helping students progress to a successful future.
Susan Miller manages Beauty Changes Lives’ media relations. For more than 20 years, Susan has worked with non-profit, business-to-business and business-to-consumer organizations to craft meaningful messages aligned with their target audiences. In addition to consulting on strategy and message development, Susan enjoys helping leaders effectively deliver their messages in a manner that resonates with key constituents. She is a graduate of Purdue University and lives near Indianapolis. Susan may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nicole Robertson is a highly motivated and energetic leader with 15+ years experience in marketing, PR and brand development. Her expertise is in branding, digital marketing, social media strategy, sales and media relations. A 20-year cosmetics industry veteran, Nicole is currently working with The Beauty Changes Lives Foundation to help them fulfill their mission of elevating the perception of the beauty industry and providing scholarships to beauty and wellness industry hopefuls. She previously held several senior level positions where she was responsible for overall brand architecture, traditional and digital marketing, brand development and public relations strategy for companies including Beautyfix by Dermstore.com, Fred Segal Beauty and Proctor & Gamble’s Reflect.com.