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Kimberly Pedego

VP of Client ExperienceNoble Studios

Reno, NV

Member Since November 2022


Executive Leadership
Marketing Strategy
Brand Design and Strategy


As the Vice President of Client Experience, my team and I are dedicated to collaborating with current and prospective clients to understand their needs, identify complex business challenges, and design innovative digital solutions that create a deep and tangible impact. Before my role at Noble Studios, I graduated with a Marketing Honorary Award for outstanding academic achievement from the University of Denver with a degree in business administration and marketing. I also hold professional certifications from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Leadership Program and the University of California, Irvine (UCI) Project Management Program. Outside of work, I keep myself busy traveling the world.

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11 leaders share their definition of what it means to be successful

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Are you there yet? If not, how do you plan to get there? In the business world (and in personal life), success often means different things to different people. For some, it may mean being able to consistently reach your short- or long-term goals for the future you have in mind. For others, it's all about being content and happy in the moment—no matter what life throws at you.  In some cases, maintaining a solid work-life balance first and foremost is what truly matters, or being able to sleep peacefully at night knowing that their financial house is in order. Below, 11 Fast Company Executive Board members describe what success looks like for them and advise how you can achieve your own successful life.

Why learning to say 'no' is essential for overcommitted executives 

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Do you say yes to everything? Industry experts explain the benefits of clearing your plate at work. If you're just starting out in management, it's not unusual to constantly feel obligated to say yes. When duty calls and other colleagues are requesting your time and commitment to engage in an upcoming project or take over a daily task, it's a natural instinct for most people to lean in.  On the other hand, if you've been at your post for some time and have plenty of skin in the game, you've probably figured out by now that you can't take on everything without burning out. Learning to share growth opportunities with your staff members on a regular basis will also elevate your leadership skills and team relations in the workplace.  Leading experts from Fast Company Executive Board are no longer hesitant to turn down a project that may sound good on paper but has the potential to keep them sidetracked and further away from their objectives. Here, they share the benefits of learning to say "no" under pressure and how essential it is to improve your work-life balance and reach your goals.  

17 tips to help leaders navigate wavering consumer behavior patterns

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Here's how to stay on top of changing trends and keep consumers satisfied with your brand. Although innovative technologies continue to evolve in order to keep up with changing consumer trends in the marketplace, sometimes it is still difficult for business leaders to gauge which way their particular client or potential customer may be leaning next. Over the years, the following experts from Fast Company Executive Board have also been impacted by changing consumer behavior patterns and preferences in their specific markets. Below, they share some best practices to help other leaders remain true to their brands while still meeting customer expectations.

Connecting in person again: The importance of prioritizing meaningful connections


Let's bring back the art of conversation and the joy of connecting face to face.

Can industry conferences make you a stronger business professional?

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If you want to strengthen your professional network, skills and knowledge, making time to attend industry conferences can be a great strategy. As a business professional, attending an industry conference can be a valuable opportunity to learn from experts, network with peers and stay current with the latest industry trends and innovations. Whether attending in person or virtually, these events provide a unique chance to gather insights, ideas and best practices that can help you stay ahead of the competition. Below, 15 Fast Company Executive Board members share some of the big benefits you can gain from attending an annual industry conference, from creating new partnerships to learning new information about your industry. Consider their insights the next time you hear of an upcoming event you may want to attend.

9 ways business teams can boost their energy performance levels

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If you're on the edge of burnout, apply these tips. In the business world, it's important for managers and their employees to self-reflect and gauge when it's necessary to ramp up their performance during a busy time of the year or pull back to take a short break when needed.  In addition to work stress, employees may also be juggling personal responsibilities at home. While it's understandable to not always be 100% energized or inspired to get through your workload every day, Fast Company Executive Board members have nine tips that can help leaders and teams manage their energy levels to stay in optimal peak performance mode throughout the entire year.

Company details

Noble Studios

Company bio

Noble Studios is an award-winning international digital performance marketing agency that helps organizations in Travel & Tourism, B2B and Health & Wellness achieve inspiring results. Since 2003, we have completed work for international brands such as Travel Nevada, Visit Lake Tahoe, Tahiti Toursime, Yosemite, Autodesk, Adobe, FICO, and more. Noble Studios also is an approved Google Analytics Certified Partner (GACP) and Premier Google Partner. We offer: Brand Strategy & Services, Web Design, Search Engine Optimization, Web Development, Creative Services, Content Marketing Services, Paid Media Marketing, and Conversion Rate Optimization. We have offices in Reno, Las Vegas, and Bristol, U.K. Let’s Be Better Every Day!


Marketing & advertising

Area of focus

Web Design
Brand Marketing

Company size

51 - 200

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