Employee Spotlight – Kelly Hill, IIDA
Kelly is an Interior Designer in PSC’s Higher Ed Sector. She started in the Lubbock office and just transferred to the Frisco office! She has a breadth of experience that includes Federal, K-12, Religious and a variety of Private Sector work. Kelly works creatively to find design solutions for every project in order to serve each client. Prior to working with PSC, Kelly worked in lighting and flooring sales, gaining valuable insight into both industries. Kelly is from Idalou and only eats PB&J sandwiches with strawberry jelly. She is a sports superstar, winning the 2016 Offensive co-MVP for her role on the Bombshell’s flag football team for the Sharon Dyke’s Association Alzheimer’s Football League’s annual game.
Tell us a little about yourself. My toy poodle, Sadie Brown Cow, and I are excited about moving to Frisco, but I am really going to miss all my Lubbock people, especially my besties, Liz Morgan and Kristin Thomas.
Before working at PSC, what was the most unusual/interesting job you’ve ever had? West Texas Forest Service. It included a lot of manual labor and outside work…not quite up my alley.
If you could switch your job with anyone else within PSC, whose job would you want and why? Joe, because he won the Knockerballs challenge and other reasons, obviously.
What has been your favorite project at PSC? United Supermarkets Arena Locker Rooms
What’s your proudest moment at PSC? Receiving my license.
What TV show/movie are you ashamed to admit you love? The Real Housewives. All of them.
What did you want to be when you grew up? A hair dresser.
Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. I secretly have a passion to sew things, but I never have the time to do it.
If Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Blake Lively
What would you like to be famous for? Designing clothes
What is one thing you can’t live without? Sadie Brown Cow