Drinks & Drones at Pendleton UAS - July

Kylee Marsh

HR Generalist

As an HR Generalist, I have a passion for fostering a positive company culture and work-life balance for employees. With 8 years of experience in human resources, I have a vast knowledge of employment law, policy implementation and benefits administration. This experience allows me to advise management on best practices that take both employee experience and company objectives into consideration.

I earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Management and Operations from Washington State University. My education gave me a strong business foundation that I have built upon with real world experience in human resources. Outside of work I earned my SHRM-CP certification in 2017 to further my HR knowledge and enhance my ability to support both employees and the organization.
Kylee Marsh   Hr Generalist

Questions & Answers

How do you make people laugh?

HR can be a tough department to work in, laughter with my team is what gets me through those hard days. Sarcasm and not taking life too seriously are my preferred methods of comedy. But the most important aspect is to always know your audience.

If you were a tool or piece of equipment, what would you be and why?

Though I am not very mechanically inclined, I do enjoy cooking. Thus, if I were a kitchen tool, I would probably be a chef's knife. Much like a chef's knife, I strive to be versatile, adaptable, and efficient in various situations. Just as a chef's knife is essential for a wide range of cooking tasks, I aim to be adaptable to different challenges. Additionally, like a well-maintained chef's knife, I strive to remain sharp and precise in my interactions and problem-solving abilities.

But don't forget, if not handled properly, I'll cut you! :)

What's your favorite productivity hack or time-saving trick?

Outlook To-Do and OneNote are my go-to task and organizational tools that I can't live without. To-Do keeps my tasks organized by categories as well as priority, with the ability to set reminders and due dates. OneNote is my security blanket with the ability to quickly document notes, conversations, tasks, etc. without having to remember to hit Save.