Krystal
STRATEGIST + ACCOUNT MANAGER

Krystal is a public relations and social media strategist with a passion for building meaningful relationships with her clients first and foremost. From writing press releases and crafting the perfect pitch to creative and strategic content creation, Krystal has worked across multiple industries to help businesses and brands tell their stories and get noticed where it matters. 

In addition to a BA in Communication Studies, Krystal has a Public Relations Certificate from Simon Fraser University and brands she has worked with over the years include Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria, Science World, and the Vancouver Canucks. 

As a born-and-raised Vancouverite, Krystal now calls Vancouver Island ‘home’. When she’s not working, you’ll probably find her outdoors with her family – which includes her husband, two young sons and their adorable yellow lab – doing something quintessentially west coast, whether it’s rock climbing in the summer, ski touring in the winter or surfing (albeit not well!) all year round.

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Port Moody, BC, Canada V3H 0H6

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Krystal
STRATEGIST + ACCOUNT MANAGER

Krystal is a public relations and social media strategist with a passion for building meaningful relationships with her clients first and foremost. From writing press releases and crafting the perfect pitch to creative and strategic content creation, Krystal has worked across multiple industries to help businesses and brands tell their stories and get noticed where it matters. 

In addition to a BA in Communication Studies, Krystal has a Public Relations Certificate from Simon Fraser University and brands she has worked with over the years include Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria, Science World, and the Vancouver Canucks. 

As a born-and-raised Vancouverite, Krystal now calls Vancouver Island ‘home’. When she’s not working, you’ll probably find her outdoors with her family – which includes her husband, two young sons and their adorable yellow lab – doing something quintessentially west coast, whether it’s rock climbing in the summer, ski touring in the winter or surfing (albeit not well!) all year round.