Kelly Kay McBride
I am self-employed and operate a Locksmith business. During 2010 to 2014 I was employed by the Department of Defense as a Locksmith
Bachelor of Arts in Geology from ISU. Certified Professional Locksmith.
I vote in every election. I have probably donated $15 in the past year.
Member of Associated Locksmiths of America, member of Military Officers Association of America, member of American Legion and NRA.
Prior military officer. Familiar with organizing, logistics and personnel management as well as mission objectives.
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My work as a Locksmith requires me to do quite a bit of problem solving. Often I am presented with locks and situations that must be analyzed and a course of action that is favorable to the customer and producible by me. This requires a certain mental agility and tolerance for variety that I enjoy and that keeps me interested in my trade.
My business requires a lot of knowledge as there are quite a few different types of locks and systems in play. Sometimes I come across things I haven't seen before but still have to discover a way to make the mechanics work in a way that is favorable to the customer and cost efficient to me. This requires analysis, logic and reasoning and a bit of creativity or ingenuity to get things done.