Meet Baylee!

Baylee Bible
Membership & Constituent Services Associate
MS Alliance

Baylee Bible joined the Alliance team back in July serving as our new Membership and Constituent Services Associate!  Her primary responsibilities are membership recruitment and retention as well as constituent support.

A native Mississippian with roots in Collinsville located just north of Meridian, Baylee got her start in the nonprofit sector working for a local domestic violence shelter as a victim advocate and community coordinator, where she spent her days advocating for victims’ rights on a local and state level.

Baylee earned an Associate of Applied Science in Marketing Management as well as an Associate of Arts from Meridian Community College and continued her education at Mississippi State University where she earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Event and Hospitality Marketing with a focus in Public Relations and Social Media Marketing. Baylee has extensive knowledge and experience in event planning and marketing. Throughout college, she held multiple positions within the DECA, Inc. organization throughout the state of Mississippi and represented her state on the international stage taking home multiple first place international titles in Social Media Strategy as well as Advertising.

Please reach out to Baylee with any questions you may have about membership!We are so excited to add Baylee to the Alliance team!

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