Z. Kelly Queijo

ZKQ_2009 Z. Kelly Queijo, founder of Smart College Visit, Inc. and publisher of SmartCollegeVisit.com.

Queijo is passionate about two things: higher-ed marketing and technology. She’s been called the “go-to college visit person” for blending both. Founder and president of Smart College Visit, Inc., a higher ed marketing and college visit planning portal, she brings together college-bound students, their parents, and universities in an engaging and beneficial virtual environment.

SmartCollegeVisit.com has been listed in the Top 100 education advice blogs and as one of the top 5 college visit sites. Her popular weekly Twitter chat, “CampusChat”, provides education experts, parents, and students with a forum for insightful interaction. A Virginia Tech Alumnus, Kelly held the position of Undergraduate Admissions Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator for Virginia Tech from 1993-2000. She is the former Director of i-Recruitment Services for Carnegie Communications and Internet Sales Manager for CollegeNET, both of which provide web-based services to college admissions offices. An award winning writer and marketing campaign developer, Kelly is the 2010 VT Knowledgeworks Entrepreneurial Summit award winner for best business concept. 

For a list of awards in higher-ed marketing and accomplishments, click here to view her resume.

To read Queijo’s published articles related on the intersection of business, education, technology, geeks, and artists, click here.

Personal note: As a business woman, publisher, and writer, I value all who choose to work with me on creating and growing this site. I am fortunate to know many talented artists, writers, thought-leaders, marketers and social media gurus and greatly appreciate the contributions they have made and continue to make to SmartCollegeVisit.

Z. Kelly Queijo

Author: Z. Kelly Queijo

Kelly is founder of Smart College Visit and Smart College Consulting. When she's not creating content for the blog or clients, tweeting, or hosting #CampusChat, she's planning her next mobile move.

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