Alex Reyes: Maintenance Manager
Originally from Silver Springs, Maryland, Alex has been with Zipline Hilton Head since the company’s opening in 2012. Alex studied Civil Engineering in Puerto Rico and at TCL and recently became a certified welder with American Welding Society. Outside of work, Alex enjoys spending time and causing mischief with his son Dom and daughter Ava Rose. He also enjoys playing soccer and building décor and furniture for his home in Savannah, Georgia.
Bee Jean: Training and Operations Manager
Bee came to us from the great white north of Williston, Vermont in the spring of 2014. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science concentrating in Behavior and Training from the University of Vermont. After graduation, Bee briefly worked as a behaviorist at a Tiger Sanctuary in Texas but found that the challenge course industry was calling her name. Bee still has a passion for animals however, spending most of her free time with her dog, Auri, and two cats, Fenrir and Jojo. She also enjoys exploring the lowcountry, reading (and re-reading) the Harry Potter series and rooting for the Tigers with her family in Clemson, South Carolina.
Emily Hernandez: Reservations Manager
Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, Emily attended Bowling Green State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Marine Biology. Relocating to the Hilton Head area in 2011, Emily has been an integral part of the Zipline Hilton Head family since we first started flying in April of 2012. In her spare time Emily reads as much as she can, her favorites include the Harry Potter series (duh) and anything by Pat Conroy. She also enjoys traveling, attending Red Wanting Blue concerts and watching any Ohio sports team play.
Lacey Mattox: Sales and Marketing Manager
Born and raised in Beaufort, South Carolina, Lacey became a Zipline Hilton Head guide and Aerial Adventure ranger in 2014. After graduating with a BA in psychology, Lacey made her way back to the lowcountry with her two fur-babies, Clover and Rueben, in tow. For several years after college Lacey worked as a behavioral therapist for children with special needs. She still continues to work with children as much as possible. These days, when she’s not soaring through the trees, Lacey can be found playing disc golf, enjoying the Hilton Head beaches and anxiously awaiting her (delayed) Hogwarts Letter.