105 Tussled Ivy Way
Cary, NC 27513
Kim has been creating yearbooks as an adviser, workshop instructor and Jostens yearbook representative for 20 years. She loves what she does each day and treasures the friendships she has developed over the years with her yearbook advisers, staffs and administrators. The best part of her yearbook world is working closely with yearbook staffs. She enjoys bringing unique views and ideas that help staffs learn that yearbook is a very REAL WORLD class, and that students leave yearbook more prepared for what they will face in the future. Kim has extensive training in all aspects of yearbook production—ranging from design, photography, journalism, marketing, selling, and the latest technology in yearbook printing.
Schools have consistently chosen Jostens and Kim to help them preserve their memories for a lifetime. Kim partners with a variety of schools from elementary schools through the college level. With a combination of local workshops, in-school visits, and quick email and phone responses, she and her team are always available to help and support the advisers, administrators, and schools who partner with her and Jostens. Kim values honesty, fairness, and service in her business and strives to exceed her advisers’ and schools’ expectations. Kim and her team seek to provide unequalled service and quality to their schools while maintaining and growing the yearbook tradition and empowering students to tap into their creativity.
I have been working with Jostens since 1992 where I started in the Engineering department. Six months later I was lucky enough to become a Yearbook Consultant in which I instantly fell in love with. Now I work solely with Kim Trezona - an amazing woman and sales rep who helps everyone create dynamic yearbooks. Helping people is so rewarding to me and I love seeing all of your hard work and creativity that goes into yearbooks! I have made so many friends over the years and so many of them feel like family.
Joining the Jostens sales team has been so rewarding, and seemed to be a natural next step in not only my career, but my life. I am, by nature, focused on design. My father was a builder and an architect and I was raised in a home where design was both functional and beautiful. After teaching for 10 years at my hometown high school in Sanford, NC, I fell in love with yearbooks and the process of producing them. The practice of designing a book around the memories my students made through the year reverberated with me. I have an incredibly supportive husband, Scott, who has made my change in careers easy. Together we have two beautiful boys who keep us on our toes, Kaleb (6) and Kamden (8 mths). In the little bit of spare time I can find, I love reading and (when I can afford it) shopping. Since leaving the teaching profession, I’m often asked if I have any regrets. My answer? I’m in a classroom every day, but all I teach is yearbook. What’s not to love!