Shelby

Hybrid Events: The Musical! ft. Wendee Lee Curtis

Wendee Lee Curtis, event host and emcee, joins the show this week to talk about bringing ENERGY to your next event! With a background spreading from Broadway to live broadcasting, Wendee is an expert in ‘playing to the back of the house.’ We discuss ways to support your audience in a difficult year, and even break into song ( a couple of times!) Plus, we discuss equity and inclusion initiatives in the events world, and what’s being left on the table when your organization lacks inclusive representation. Make sure you check out this joy-filled episode of Meeting Minds! 

We Should All Be Sponges ft. Sunita Devi at NYU

This week we welcome Sunita Devi, the Director of Events and Operations at NYU! We start by looking at the way events have changed in the past year, from fundraising to event operations. Later, we dive into tracking event ROI, how to implement post-event feedback, and making sure you pick the best vendor for your company. This episode is all about learning to succeed, you won’t want to miss it! 

Creating Touchpoints for Your Audience ft. Storey Pryor

This week on Meeting Minds we welcome Storey Pryor, the former Senior Director of Global Events at Isagenix, and now an independent event planning consultant. We discuss curating  event culture, building touch points for your audience, and discover ways  you can optimize your next event for a fantastic audience experience. You don’t want to miss this fabulous episode!

Are You Being Vulnerable Enough? ft. Josh Hotsenpiller

Can people share and be vulnerable digitally? This week on Meeting Minds we welcome Josh Hotsenpiller, founder and CEO of Juno, a digital event platform. Josh talks about prioritizing human connection in virtual and hybrid events, and tries to answer this question. Plus, we talk about building connection online, and what you can do to facilitate this ways of connection at your next virtual or hybrid event. Listen to this fascinating episode of Meeting Minds! 

 

Return to LIVE EVENTS (Safely!) ft. Heather Seasholtz at DIA

To kick off Season 7 of Meeting Minds we welcome the Heather Seasholtz, the Director of Americas Operations at DIA (Drug Information Association)! We talk about how to return to live events safely, navigating new health protocols, and she walks us through the certification she helped build, ‘Pandemic Compliance Advisor’, for meetings and event planners. Excited for the return to live events? Then you don’t want to miss this one!