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As a resident of Las Vegas since 1998, Cayla graduated from Arbor View High School with Advanced High Honors and received a paid internship with the Clark County Summer Business Institute awarded to bright, high-performing students. Cayla then went on to attend UNLV to major in Communications and Public Administration as she has a strong desire to use her voice to improve the lives and environments within the community. Coming from a large and loving family, she was always told she had the “gift of gab” and used that to flourish in industries such as an administrative specialist in HOA Management, hospitality at Trump International Hotel and the Cosmopolitan, and direct/indirect sales where she was recognized as a top performer in not only door to door sales but remote sales as well. Cayla was even named on “The Oprah Show: Where Are They Now” as a coordinator for a successful match-making service based out of New York and Las Vegas. Cayla has a strong passion to help others and hopes to use her gift to continue doing that as the Operation Support Specialist at Compliance Alliance.

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