Carlyle is detail driven, which is why she excels at project management. She joined JS in 2019, bringing her penchant for efficiency and an experiential marketing background to benefit Takata, Rollins brands and the ATL transportation account.
Although she’s an Atlanta native, Carlyle spent five years making it in New York as a producer for high-profile events. Past work includes executing national pop-up experiences for Capital One, Hulu, Michael Kors and the CBS network, among others. She loved the energy of the Big Apple but is happy to be back in the South near her family.
Carlyle is an Auburn Tiger who earned her bachelor’s degree in Art History, minoring in International Studies. While in “the loveliest village on the Plains,” she was a 12th generation legacy to Chi Omega, serving as president of the women’s fraternity her junior year. She also spent a semester studying Impressionism in Italy, an experience that broadened her horizons in many ways.
A self-described foodie, Carlyle once worked as a barista in the West Village, where she waited on television and movie celebrities. She claims to have whipped up a rose tea that Sarah Jessica Parker called perfection, even though Carlyle had no clue about the ingredients. Closer to home, she applies an artist’s touch to her own charcuterie cheeseboards and gains inspiration for her culinary skills by exploring Atlanta’s vibrant restaurant scene.