Today is International Women's Day, and I am filled with the desire to tackle a mountain, which it feels like I have considering the amount of work that piled up while I was home sick. Last year I found myself reflecting on all of the incredible women that inspire me. This year, I want to … Continue reading International Women’s Day: How to Get Started on Your Dream Life.
So I spent my Thanksgiving in China. As you all wake up to start the turkey in the oven and the potato mashing extravaganza, I'm closing out my exciting day. Never fear, I DID get a little bit of turkey! I am so thankful for the opportunities that joining the CEM faculty have … Continue reading Thanksgiving
Nate and I both travel a lot for work. Almost always, separately. Because I now work remotely, and am no longer bound by punching a time card in the office (metaphorically), I decided that rather sit at home while he's gone for a month, I'd come along with him on some of his travels. After … Continue reading Love in the Big Easy
I had a fantastic time in Seattle! There were so many incredible sights to see, and places to visit. The food was amazing, and I got to squeeze in some time to visit with friends I haven't seen in forever. Upon my arrival, I set up a meeting with my PR/Marketing firm, Davies … Continue reading Best of Seattle Part 1
Nate and I are off on an amazing adventure! As a member of the CEM (Certification in Exhibition Management) Faculty, I was approached by the Association of Korea Exhibition Industry in Seoul to teach a class on July 14th. For those who do not know, I am adopted, and was born in Seoul. I … Continue reading Smart Birdy Suitcase on a South Korean Adventure
While in Vegas last week, I had the pleasure of dining at the newly opened Morimoto Las Vegas in the MGM Grand. I've had the opportunity to dine at Morimoto in New York on several occasions, and I was always blown away by the inventiveness of the dishes and the bold flavors. When the Tampa … Continue reading Friday Food: Morimoto Las Vegas
I spent last week in Las Vegas attending the MPI World Education Congress for the first time. It was a very solid experience. I have attended IAEE (which is heavily focused on tradeshow and exhibition professionals), PCMA (which is a hybrid of meeting planner and exhibition professionals), but MPI, being exclusively meeting and event professionals … Continue reading Event Crisis Management at MPI Las Vegas