July 5, 2023
Staylist, a trailblazer in Property Management System (PMS) Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions for the hospitality industry, is thrilled to welcome Ashlyn Strasser as the newest addition to their team. With her expertise in project management, strong business acumen, and dedication to communication and organization, Ashlyn is poised to excel as Staylist’s Lead Project Manager, contributing to the organization’s future growth and success.
Ashlyn Strasser brings a wealth of experience to her role as the Lead Project Manager at Staylist. As a certified Project Manager (CAPM) by the Project Management Institute, she possesses the skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage complex projects. Additionally, her Business degree from Liberty University has provided her with a solid foundation in business strategy and management principles.
Ashlyn’s role as Staylist’s Project Manager enables her to combine her organizational skills, strategic mindset, and exceptional communication abilities to bridge the gap between clients and the Staylist team. Her understanding of the campground industry, gained through her work at Staylist, allows her to contribute valuable insights and solutions that align with the organization’s goals and vision.
Beyond her professional pursuits, Ashlyn has a strong passion for non-profit work. During her time as the Campus President of International Justice Mission, she actively raised funds and educated students about the pressing issue of modern-day slavery. This commitment to making a positive impact showcases Ashlyn’s dedication to social causes and community engagement.
With Ashlyn Strasser assuming the role of Lead Project Manager, Staylist is poised to enhance its project management capabilities and drive future success. Ashlyn’s project management expertise, business acumen, and dedication to effective communication make her an invaluable asset to the organization. Her alignment with Staylist’s goals and her passion for making a positive impact further
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