IMAG0395Exceeding event goals and working diligently to ensure successful outcomes have earned Tabatha a great reputation with her clients.

In 2011, she was nominated for the Albuquerque Professional Businesswomen Young Professional Award, because of her demonstrated leadership through community service and a dedication to continually advancing her skills.

A native of Albuquerque, Tabatha has been with Kesselman-Jones for five years – starting out as an event assistant right after college. Her understanding of all the myriad aspects of event production is a great asset in her work.

Kesselman-Jones serves a wide range of clients and audiences, and Tabatha enjoys the challenge of communicating effectively with all of them, from high school health teachers to veterans. She especially enjoys working with groups that focus on issues faced by young people.

Tabatha holds an officer position on the local board of Girls on the Run, a national non-profit dedicated to building confidence and reducing risk factors for girls in 3rd to 5th grade. Her BA degree is from the University of New Mexico. An accomplished photographer, her images have been published nationally, and she has written articles on public relations topics, which have appeared in professional journals.




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