You can take the girl out of the party, but you can’t take the party out of the girl
Alysse Bryson is a strong woman in recovery, an innovative media maven, marketing guru, and gal about town. This sober gal has a humorous outlook on life and a fierce determination to succeed.
In her past life, Alysse was the Publisher of Seattle Met magazine, Seattle’s largest lifestyle publication. She lived the magazine lifestyle for nearly a decade, rubbing elbows with local celebrities and throwing some of the most talked about parties all over town. Alysse turned in her stilettos and swapped out magazines for live Television, and served as the Director of Business Development for KING 5 Media Group, the local NBC affiliate, for almost six years. Her second title around the office was “Director of Fun.”
Currently, Alysse has just flipped her life upside down for new challenges by leaving the media world in exchange for the opportunity to work on a start-up called Intentional Sidekick while also stepping into the role of Vice President of Community Development for Point to Point Transportation.
P2P provides innovative, technology-based transportation to marketing professionals who demand perfection. They service any size shipment for any size marketing program anywhere on the planet.
Alysse is proud of her Pacific Northwest roots and 16+ years of sobriety, one day at a time. She is a single mom to her adult son Jakob (25) and their two Boston Terriers, Roxie and Bella.
When she’s not stuck behind a computer screen, Alysse enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends and family. Alysse loves hunting for street art and usually has a camera in her hand. Consuming content is what she does best! She loves books, podcasts, art projects, and a good Netflix binge.
Alysse is a gal on the go. When there isn’t a global pandemic, you can find her frequenting art museums, theatre, concerts, thrift shopping, planning her next trip, and checking out new restaurants.
With her excellent taste and sense of style, you know you can trust her when Alysse gives you a recommendation. She may be a retired black-out artist, but she’s also been known to throw some of the best parties in Seattle over the last decade.
Alysse doesn’t shy away from sharing online content. You can find her in all of the typical social media spaces and digital places.
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