Noble Studios Hires Senior Account Manager with Integrated Marketing Experience

Kimberly Kuntz, former general manager of the Tahoe Daily Tribune and Action newspapers, has accepted a position with Noble Studios, an integrated marketing company in Reno, Nev. Kuntz joins the agency as a senior account manager.

With a proven record for driving organizational growth and profitability, Kuntz brings 15 years of integrated marketing services management experience to the digital agency.

As a senior account manager, Kuntz is responsible for building and maintaining strong relationships with global brands. She works closely with her clients and internal teams to kick off projects, manage deliverables, and scope new and existing accounts for project architecture and strategy.

During her 11-year tenure with Swift Communications, owner of the Tahoe Daily Tribune and Action newspapers, Kuntz was promoted from interactive media director to general manager. In her position, she was responsible for developing integrated print and digital media strategies for business to consumer (B2C) brands.

Kuntz has also held integrated marketing service positions with the Southern California Edison Company in Rosemead, Calif. and Accenture in Los Angeles. As a senior consultant with Accenture, a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, she developed, managed and communicated software implementation plans for some of California’s largest utility companies.

An active networker, Kuntz is a past board member for the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, Tahoe Chamber and the Rotary Club of South Lake Tahoe. She graduated with a Marketing Honorary Award for outstanding academic achievement from the University of Denver with a degree in business administration and marketing. Kuntz also holds professional certifications from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Leadership Program and University of California, Irvine (UCI) Project Management Program.