Meet Davidson Belluso Account Executive Nicole Wyckoff
Having joined D/B in late 2016, Nicole Wyckoff serves as a critical part of D/B’s account executive team.
Nicole was born and raised in a suburb of Seattle, and ventured to Arizona in 2010 to attend Northern Arizona University.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude with degrees in Public Relations and Communication Studies, she moved to Phoenix to pursue her professional career.
Her experience in project management allows her to problem solve and ensure that projects are completed accurately and on time. She has a strong attention to detail and is passionate about delivering exceptional service to each and every client.
In her spare time, you can catch Nicole staying active by practicing yoga, backpacking or spinning and if you aren’t watching, this avid marathoner will run right past you. When not being active, you can find her hanging out with her rambunctious rescue pup – Phoebe!
Getting To Know Nicole
Most shades of teal/green
I love pretty much all types of food: Mexican, Italian, sushi, burgers… I’m not really picky and it really depends on my mood.
Currently Reading and/or Watching
Watching: GLOW on Netflix and Sharp Objects on HBO
Reading: “Turtles all the Way Down” by John Green
Is it too grim to say someone breaking into my house and kidnapping me? Because I’m also afraid of bees.
“The secret of life, though, is to fall seven times and to get up eight times.” ― Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist
What is it that drives you to have such an active lifestyle?
Mostly I like setting goals and accomplishing them. Staying active and setting fitness related goals seems to be a great way to do that. But I love exploring and seeing new places too. In August I’ll be setting out to summit Mount Whitney in California!
What is the one word that describes you the best?
What is a major trait that makes you good at what you do?
I’m a problem solver. I like looking at all projects holistically to find the best solutions for any given situation. What may work for one client or project may not work for another so it’s important to take a fresh look each time and determine the best way to move forward.