Hello! My name is Jaclyn Stagemeyer. Thanks for stopping by to learn more about me. I am excited to join the Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce this summer as the Marketing & Events Intern. A few things I will be helping with include designing materials, assisting with marketing, and holding events. You might see me if you stop by the office, local ribbon cuttings, or the KACC Golf Classic.
Let me start by sharing a little about myself. I come from the small town of Arapahoe, NE where I grew up on a farm. After graduating, I moved to Kearney and started my next adventure at the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK). I am majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing/Management and expect to graduate in May of 2019. UNK has given me many opportunities over the years, including; mentors, leadership roles, traveling, public speaking experience, and meeting so many great people along the way.
Beyond school I have a wide variety of hobbies and always look forward to a new adventure. Several of my hobbies include crafts, working out, and playing piano. I have also enjoyed wedding planning with my fiancé these past several months as we will be getting married this coming October.
I look forward to meeting our Chamber members and hope to share more with you soon!
30 SECOND QUIZ:
Coffee! I am a coffee connoisseur and you are most likely to spot me at a local coffee shop around town.
Favorite Netflix series right now?
New Girl—it’s the best way to end the day.
What word do you think people describe you with the most?
I most often get described as calm!
Something a lot of people might not know about you?
I love all music, but something that always surprises people is that I listen to hard rock and classic rock.
What are you most excited about for your internship at the Chamber?
I am excited to learn more about local Kearney businesses and brainstorming new ideas that can benefit them.
What is your favorite thing about Kearney?
My favorite thing about Kearney is that it offers so many opportunities to get involved while still keeping a small town feel.