2016 Industry Leaders: Stefanie Wyckoff

By Sponsored Content, December 16, 2016

Stefanie Wyckoff Industry LeadersStefanie Wyckoff
Business Development Manager, meetNKY
Covington, Ky.

Wyckoff began her career in the tourism and hospitality industry internationally studying at Ecole hoteliere de Lausanne in Switzerland. She then completed her bachelor of tourism and hospitality management degree at a university in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Since then, she has worked in sales for Marriott and Hilton properties and is currently using her international hospitality experience as business development manager at meetNKY, where she focuses on providing exceptional customer service and partnerships with her customers.

Career Accomplishments
Wyckoff has demonstrated success in hotel sales in multiple markets and recently shifted her focus to business development for meetNKY | Northern Kentucky CVB. She has consistently grown leads for the destination and continues to connect industry professionals through involvement in PCMA and as vice president of communication for MPI Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter. She was also recently named an honoree of Connect Association’s 40 Under 40.

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“Stefanie is such a strong partner to work with every day. She is very positive and driven. Of course as the only Canadian in the office, she also amuses us daily,” says Julie Kirkpatrick, vice president of sales and marketing at meetNKY.

Growing up, I was sure I would be… a CEO (after seeing results of my personality test!).

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