Audrey Dunlap characterizes herself as the “epitome of a middle child—the level-headed mediator who resolves conflict.” Her ability to bring together multiple personalities and calmly navigate high-intensity environments is key to her success as Marketing Manager for KDC.
Calling on her 10 years of marketing experience, Audrey is responsible for implementing and executing KDC’s marketing efforts including strategic planning, graphic design, and proposal creation. She also supervises two junior members of KDC’s marketing team and works closely with the firm’s business development group.
“I love being part of a team that shares success and celebrates everyone’s role in the company,” Audrey says. “My job gives me the best of both worlds: creativity and strategy.”
As part of KDC’s marketing team, Audrey also helps manage the company’s brand. Recently, she was involved in developing a year-long marketing initiative to celebrate KDC’s 30th Anniversary.
Though every member of the company is a brand ambassador, I love working behind the scenes and being a part of the team that crafts KDC’s public image.
Previously, Audrey spent five years on the agency side, working with two advertising and brand marketing firms. She managed multiple clients before transitioning to an in-house position with KDC.
A native of Houston, Audrey moved north to Fort Worth to attend Texas Christian University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in advertising/public relations and a minor in business.
Audrey’s husband, Carter, is a fellow TCU grad. These Horned Frog fans have season tickets to TCU football and rarely miss a game. They have two young daughters, Adele and Collins, and a rescue dog, Nilla.
As one of four children, Audrey loves surrounding herself with family and friends. While she doesn’t have a ton of spare time, she enjoys cooking and reading historical fiction and contemporary thrillers. Her favorite book is The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah.
Though Audrey has a fear of flying, she still loves to travel. Her most memorable trip is one she took with her mother and sisters to Italy—a trip that involved lots of fresh pasta and red wine. She hopes to return to Italy in the future and visit the Amalfi Coast.