• Staff

  • Julie Snyder - CEO

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    Julie Snyder moved from Sacramento, California where she served as Vice President and Director of Operations for the California/Nevada/Arizona Automotive Wholesalers’ Association for over ten years. In that capacity, Snyder was responsible for all operations of the multi-state trade association representing companies like AutoZone, Napa Auto Parts, O’Reilly Auto Parts as well as international automotive parts manufacturers like Robert Bosch Corporation and Gates Rubber Company to name a few.

    Snyder began her career working for chambers of commerce and has a strong background in chamber management including working for the Reno-Sparks, Nevada Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona State Chamber of Commerce, and the Roseville, California Chamber of Commerce.

    Julie is a graduate of the Academy Program through the Western Association of Chamber Executives, served on the
    Council for California Society of Association Executive, is married, and has two children.

     

  • Peyton Diaz - Membership Representative

    Peyton Diaz hails from the Central Texas city of Temple, where she followed her childhood dream of becoming a foreign exchange student to Germany in high school. Upon her return, she attended university at Texas State in San Marcos, where she served as Senate Clerk of the Texas State Student Government and Historian of the Political Science Honor Society. There, she obtained a BA in Public Administration with a minor in Business Administration.

    Upon graduation, she spent five years working in the aviation industry. Peyton has since joined the Chamber of Commerce as the Membership Representative. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, collecting antiques, traveling, studying history & culture, and is currently pursuing her Texas Teachers' Certification.

     

     

  • Amy Cutter - Marketing & Events Coordinator

    Amy Cutter is new to the South, coming all the way from the North. She moved here based on intuition and guts!

    Working at American YouthWorks as a Media Crew Leader, she learned how to build computers, help students pass their

    CompTIA certification, and helped them find better jobs in the Austin area. 

    You would call Amy a Jill of all Trades; from cutting hair on the weekends to writing social media posts, newsletters,
    and organizing events on the weekdays. During her free time, you can find her working as a wedding photographer or wedding coordinator. If she’s feeling ambitious, you might even find her editing footage. 

    Amy is a graduate of Media Communications through Full Sail University and Salt Lake Community College. 

     


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Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Bureau

 401 Center Street, Kyle, TX 78640

 512. 268.4220