This is the sixth post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Karen Cuviello, Corporate Vice President of National Accounts right here at Projection. In her 30 years in the events industry, Karen has witnessed a lot of changes, and identified issues that she hopes continue to evolve.
This is the fifth post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Dana Johnston, associate director of convention operations and corporate relations at the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA). Having battled a serious mental illness herself, Dana has made it a point to keep mental health and better care of human resources in the conversation among events industry professionals.
This is the fourth post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Yolanda Simmons Battle, from the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). With a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, Yolanda is passionate about helping others within the meeting industry face down their fears and find their seat at the table. Read More
Project Your Voice: Talking About Making a Collective Impact with Paula Eichenbrenner, AMCP Foundation
This is the third post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Paula Eichenbrenner, executive director of the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) Foundation. With a background in foundations and fundraising, Paula brings a unique perspective on the social impact that associations can make – in both their specific industries, and society as a whole. Read More
This is the second post in our “Project Your Voice” series. In this Q&A, we sat down with Cassie Mancera, from the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS). Five years into her career, Cassie is thoughtful about the role conferences can play in preserving the environment, and looks for ways to foster the next generation. Read More
This is the first post in our “Project Your Voice” series where we talk to meetings professionals about their experience in the industry, what advice they have for others and their hope for the future. Read More
This year, as our team prepared for ASAE’s Annual Meeting, we wanted to do something different. We wanted to disrupt the traditional booth interaction of us talking about what we do, and instead create an opportunity to learn from everyone else. Read More