Kahla is the essence of Om. She’s calm, collected, thoughtful. Some folks linger around her desk just to lower their blood pressure and get centered. Her very presence is a sort of quiet meditation.
The soundtrack to Kahla’s serious serenity? Tibetan Healing Sounds? Zen Music? White Noise in Rain Notes? Actually her playlist skews more House than New Age music. Think “Coffee Pot” by Cajmere, aka Curtis Alan Jones. (“It’s time for the percolator…”)
Behind Kahla’s quiet demeanor is a music streaming platform booming pop, house and funk. Turns out, she danced through her youth—ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop. In addition to discipline, organization, creativity and collaboration, dance taught her showmanship. That’s why you’ll never see her sweat.
Kahla uses her talents at Brogan to stay a couple beats ahead of clients, helping orchestrate multi-channel campaigns. Structure is the key to her Zen. And a beat she can Excel to.