Elizabeth Nicholson has been with vXchnge since May 2004 and works out of the Nashville, TN office. As the Project Coordinator for vXchnge, Elizabeth works across all business segments to coordinate projects and initiatives to support operations strategy and growth. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys taking her three daughters on various adventures, preferably outdoors.
I love working at vXchnge because of the people I work with. I’m fortunate to work with people who believe in me and my abilities. They trust me, give me the support I need and encourage me to keep growing. It makes the difference between tolerating a job and working hard to make the company successful.
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I loved college so much I kept going back! I have four degrees from four different schools, but my favorite experience was at the University of Georgia. It was the quintessential college experience, from the great music scene in Athens, to the Georgia Bulldog pride, to the amazing lasting friendships I formed there. I still bleed red and black, as they say. Go Dawgs!
My family had a lot of holiday traditions growing up, but I live so far from all of them now and it’s been difficult to travel because my children are young, but we are trying to create some of our own traditions. We always play a cutthroat game of Sorry! after we eat on Thanksgiving and Christmas and things can get pretty crazy. Some of the funniest pictures I have from our holidays are candid shots of the uproar from something somebody did to another player during the game.
My kids are happy, healthy, smart, kind human beings. That makes me feel accomplished.
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As the Marketing Manager for vXchnge, Kaylie handles the coordination and logistics of tradeshows and events. She is responsible for social media marketing and brand promotion through various outlets. She enjoys developing new ways and events to capture the attention of the vXchnge audience.