Jaclyne (Hamlett) Heller – Account Manager

Originally from the Strawberry Point/Arlington area, Jaclyne has been with the station since December 2007.

She is a third-generation graduate of Iowa State University with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and a minor in Agriculture.

Jaclyne takes pride in helping develop commercial ideas and strategies for local businesses. During her tenure at KWWL, she’s gained a significant amount of experience within the industries of healthcare and automotive, as well as non-profit organizations.

She also does much volunteering in the Cedar Valley including Alternatives Pregnancy Center board, Downtown Waterloo Rotary board, Hawkeye Community College woman-to-woman mentoring program, Northeast Iowa Foodbank and Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Additionally, she serves in her church.

“My clients aren’t just my clients – they are my friends. My goal is to help them not only with marketing, but also other business needs to make their businesses and organizations the best they can be to the end customer!”

In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her college sweetheart husband (who is an engineer at John Deere), traveling to warm places, watching Iowa State Basketball and visiting her family’s dairy farm.

Contact Jaclyne at (319) 291-1226 or jheller@kwwl.com 

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