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Ruby Keys

VICE PRESIDENT, MEDIA
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Education

B.A. in Public Relations, Advertising & Applied Communication, Vanguard University, cum laude

Ruby Keys

VICE PRESIDENT, MEDIA

About

Ruby Keys is the Vice President of Geraci Media. She joined the firm in 2015 to help build and grow the marketing department and launch Geraci Media. She started out as the Marketing Coordinator and was promoted to Marketing Director for Geraci Law Firm in 2016. In 2018, Ruby shifted her focus to Geraci Media, taking on the role as Vice President to expand our event line and launch new initiatives within the company.

Throughout her time, Ruby has helped grow and manage Geraci Media to where they now host both in-person and virtual conferences and produce a magazine for the private lending industry.

As she enters her 7th year at Geraci, Ruby’s focus is to manage and expand our conference line, create, and nourish industry partnerships, plan external events with industry leading companies, and assist the marketing team when needed. At the end of 2021, she helped launch the Women in Private Lending Group, which she is excited to see grow in the coming years!

Ruby Keys is a graduate from Vanguard University with a degree in Marketing and an emphasis in Public Relations. In her free time, she loves to play tennis, travel, spend time with her fiancé, friends, family, and furry BFF, Piper!

She has loved helping Geraci evolve into what is today and is very happy to have found a place where her talents and education are put to daily use!

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