Emily Estey


Emily Estey

VP/Senior Consultant

Emily joined The Center for Sales Strategy in 2007 as a Senior Coach. She then became a VP/Senior Consultant in 2010—recognizing the outstanding contribution she makes to our clients on a daily basis. She is "Client Lead" for the Cable, Radio and TV industries and has brought her professional coaching style to all our business sectors. Emily's strengths lie in her ability to make immediate connections with people. With an upfront and honest approach, she is able to show people insightful ways to solve issues. She thrives in working through complex issues and coming up with customized solutions for clients.

You can expect Emily to be forthcoming and candid in her approach. She's a strong advocate for our process and it's her goal to always be educating and helping her clients execute. Through her unique objective position she is skilled at bringing issues to light. Her focus is to bring out the absolute best in people.

Emily was born into broadcasting; it runs in her blood, literally. Emily's father, uncle, and grandfather have all been broadcast owners. After graduating from the University of Idaho (Go Vandals!) with a degree in Advertising, she went to work in the family media business in Pendleton, Oregon. After seven months of direct selling to local advertisers, Emily was promoted to GSM at the age of 24. She moved on to Ontario, Oregon—again as a GSM—where her team doubled the station's local sales revenue in less than one year.Then to Boise where she served as the Local Sales Manager for Journal Broadcast Group.

When Emily took a break from media sales for several years to start a family, she and her husband Rob, then an officer in the United States Army, lived in five states in seven years. Emily volunteered in various positions, most notably as a Family Readiness Group Advisor, helping to keep communication flowing between 900 battalion family members and their loved-ones serving overseas. They now live with their two children Jack and Ella Grace, in Spokane, Washington and if you can't find them there you will find them hanging out at their cabin in Priest Lake, Idaho.