BH&B Staff Spotlight: Hayli Hull | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota

BH&B Staff Spotlight: Hayli Hull

  • BH&B Staff Spotlight: Hayli Hull

At BH&B, our staff members are what makes our association so special. They're dedicated, hardworking, caring, and, of course, fun! We’re excited to introduce you to them in our new microBytes series, BH&B Staff Spotlight.

Name
Hayli Hull

Title
Regional Sales Director

Job Description
Building and maintaining a great working relationship with our members. Understanding their business goals, the industry and what we can do together through integrated marketing campaigns to have a positive impact on their business, our community and those that visit the black hills & badlands.

Years with BH&B
3.75—It will be 4 years in January!

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I like to explore our beautiful black hills & badlands with my husband Tyler. We like to find places off the beaten path where we can enjoy the streams, lakes, lazy rivers and wildlife. Hiking, camping, biking, or just lying in the hammocks, that’s where I feel at peace. Of course spending time with family and friends and since purchasing a home, doing house and yard work.  

What is your personal philosophy?
If you’re going to do it, do it right!

Cats or dogs?
I love all animals, but I do have a favorite. Ever since my first barn cat as a kid, I’ve been hooked. Total Cat Lover! My husband and I rescued two sister cats back in 2015. We hope to add a dog to the family in the future. And I keep trying to get someone to tame a Bobcat for me, but that hasn’t worked out thus far. 

What is your favorite food and why?
Tacos. They are easy to prepare, and have many variations. Indian tacos, taco salad, taco ring, taco quesadillas. Tyler is the main cook in our house, if it’s my turn I make tacos.

Are you messy or organized? 
Organized! I like putting things into a process. Breaking it down, whether it a big or small task. It makes any task more manageable and eliminates being rushed. And it’s fun to cross things off a list ;) 

What is the most important thing you've learned in the past five years? 
Do the best you can in everything you do and don’t live with regret. No one will notice the quirks and mistakes along the way!