McKayl Barrows, Content Manager at Blink.

McKayl Barrows

Content Manager

McKayl is the content manager on Blink's marketing team based out of our Seattle studio.

McKayl uses her words to bring Blink's brand voice to life and to tell the stories of the passionate employees and the meaningful projects at Blink. She enjoys writing, tracking content performance analytics, and learning about new industries and topics. McKayl's passion for content creation and editorial calendars can be traced back to her time at the University of Minnesota where she studied journalism and strategic communication. After graduation in 2017, she started her own social media management company and continues to help brands build a strong presence across social platforms.

Outside of work, you can find McKayl brushing up on her guitar skills, studying personal finance, trying new recipes, downhill skiing, and going on long hikes.

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