Kimberly Stangle has joined the Florida High Tech Corridor Council (The Corridor Council) as business and operations manager, bringing over 20 years’ experience managing operations and finances for Florida organizations to support the economic development initiative of the University of Central Florida (UCF), the University of South Florida (USF) and the University of Florida (UF).

In her role, Stangle will lead The Corridor Council’s effort to maximize operational efficiency through sound financial management and reporting, key process improvements and the implementation of best practices to achieve organizational goals. She will also join The Corridor Council’s team of program managers in facilitating strategic partnerships with stakeholders across the 23-county Corridor region.

Stangle joins The Corridor Council from Plan A PR & Marketing where she served as the agency’s operations manager. Prior to joining Plan A, she worked for more than 15 years as vice president & partner of administrative & creative for Curley & Pynn Public Relations Management. In addition to managing day-to-day business operations, Stangle also has an in-depth background in digital/social media, as well as creative direction. Throughout her career, she has developed and implemented strategy for clients such as Red Lobster, Eastern Florida State College, Fountainhead Commercial Capital, Baker Barrios Architects, Studio Movie Grill and more.

Stangle earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Florida and completed the Mini-MBA program at Rollins College. She served as president of the Orlando Rowing Club for two years and continues to volunteer for its Dueling Dragons program pairing underserved youth with law enforcement officers in the competitive sport of Dragon Boating.

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