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Kimberlyn Underwood is an experienced and entrepreuneurial sales/marketing/business development excecutive.
San Francisco Bay AreaMarketing and Advertising

Kimberlyn Underwood is looking forward to future travels and perhaps relocating to the UK for work.

Kimberlyn Underwood graduated from the University of Colorado and then received her MBA from the American Graduate School of International Management. A year abroad in Switzerland broadened her international education and French fluency.

Kimberlyn Underwood was a Vice President at Morgan Stanley in the San Francisco Bay Area for 18 years prior to relocating to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to join the team!

Her entrepreneurial endeavors included the launch of a high-end women's clothing line of fashion forward business attire. She was
invited to appear in San Francisco Fashion Week for two consecutive years and was featured in national press and online publications including Women's Wear Daily,, Charles and Marie, The San Francisco Chronicle and International Woman.
Developed inspiration, corporate branding and managed group of designers.
Contracted manufacturing for line and marketed through direct sales channel, online sales and New York showroom.

Kimberlyn Underwood is looking forward to future travels and perhaps relocating to the UK for work.

Core Competencies
  • High End Consultative Sales
  • Business Development
  • Social Media
  • Marketing Consulting
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