Le Forum sur le leadership des femmes de l'IAEE s'est tenu à Baltimore avec un grand succès

Rachel Wimberly of Tarsus Group Named 2021 IAEE Woman of Achievement

L'Association Internationale des Expositions et Événements® (AIEE) hosted more than 100 attendees at its signature Forum sur le leadership des femmes held 22-23 September 2021 in Baltimore, Md. The two-day event featured sessions tailored to meet the needs of women at all stages of their career.

“This event offers a meaningful experience to participants in search of relatable content that can be immediately applied to their career goals, regardless of what those may be,” said IAEE Executive Vice President & COO Cathy Breden, CMP, CAE, CEM. “This year’s speakers once again delivered valuable insights and timely information that was met with great enthusiasm from attendees.”

Sessions presented at this year’s Women’s Leadership Forum included the following (Cliquez ici for more details):

  • Se lancer dans une mission de permission : se donner le feu vert pour réussir
  • Naviguer dans les conflits : comment défendre vos intérêts et être entendu
  • Stories, Not Statistics: Using Emotional Intelligence to Transform Multi-Generation Team Success
  • Blazing Trails and Creating Pathways: Personal Insights on DE&I
  • Définissez votre beauté : exploitez le pouvoir de votre unicité personnelle

The program also included the announcement of Rachel Wimberly, Executive Vice President of Business Development for Tarsus U.S., as the recipient of the 2021 IAEE Woman of Achievement Award. She started her career after graduating from New York University with a Master’s in Journalism and landing her first job writing at CNN Business News in New York for “Moneyline with Lou Dobbs,” and international updates. From CNN, she moved to Santa Fe, N.M. and wrote business news for The New Mexican, before transitioning from news to film.

After a move to Los Angeles, Wimberly led feature film development for Riche-Ludwig Productions and Eagle Cove Productions, and worked on six feature films with a first-look deal at Warner Brothers. Journalism’s siren call lured her back to working for The New York Times in North Carolina, writing on troop movements during the Iraq War. Back in Los Angeles, she continued her journalism career as a reporter for Variety magazine covering entertainment news, before taking a position as senior editor for Tradeshow Week revue.

Once TSW closed in 2010, she joined Trade Show News Network (TSNN.com), where she launched six newsletters and websites under the TSNN brand, as well as the www.CorporateEventNews.com and, more recently, a weekly newsletter. She has transitioned once again with her recent appointment as Executive Vice President of Business Development, Tarsus U.S. for TSNN’s parent company, Tarsus Group. In addition to IAEE, Wimberly is a member of the Society for Independent Show Organizers and UFI, The Global Association for the Exhibition Industry.

“Rachel is one of today’s most inspiring and motivational female leaders in the trade show industry and IAEE community,” noted IAEE Awards Committee Chairperson Kellie Shevlin, CEM, Executive Director, Craft Beverage Expo. “As an editor at TSNN, she used her position to spotlight the best women in the industry, often highlighting woman business leaders and giving them a platform to talk about their successes and challenges in the trade show industry. In fact, her entire career is a testament to her ability to get things done.”

“I am beyond honored to be given the 2021 IAEE Woman of Achievement Award,” commented Wimberly. “I absolutely love this industry, and to be recognized by my fellow colleagues who I admire so much means a lot. IAEE has always been at the forefront of supporting women – thank you for all that you do!”

L'IAEE remercie tout particulièrement les partenaires du Forum sur le leadership des femmes de l'IAEE de cette année :

Partenaire Diamant
VisiterDallas

Partenaires Émeraude
GES
Synchronicités

Partenaires Ruby
Événements mondiaux de Maritz
Centre de congrès du comté d'Orange
Visitez Orlando®

Partenaires Perle
Événements CORT
Evessio
Projection Presentation Technology
Visitez Indy

Partenaire de soutien
Ville intelligente

Expérience petit-déjeuner et partenaire de table
DestinationToronto

Partenaire audiovisuel
Projection Presentation Technology

Partenaire mobilier
Événements CORT

Partenaire de dépistage des services de santé
Fern Health Check powered by ShareMy.Health

Partenaire hôtelier
Hilton Baltimore

Partenaire Photographie
Oscar & Associés

Partenaire d'inscription
Evessio

Partenaire signalétique
GES

Partenaire hôte du site
Le centre des congrès de Baltimore

Partenaire vidéo
CNTV

À propos de l’IAEE

Reconnu depuis 1928, l'IAEE offre qualité et valeur à ses membres grâce à son leadership, son service, sa formation et ses relations solides. L'IAEE est la plus grande association de l'industrie des expositions et de l'événementiel au monde, avec comme membres des organisateurs de salons, des exposants et des fournisseurs d'expositions. Les organisateurs de plus de 20 000 expositions et événements acheteurs-vendeurs à travers le monde sont membres de l'IAEE, et l'organisation préconise et promeut la sensibilisation aux expositions et événements en face-à-face comme principal moyen de développement et de croissance des affaires. L'IAEE offre une formation pertinente, opportune et innovante à ses membres et à l'industrie. L'IAEE récompense ses partenaires stratégiques : 4imprint, Convention News Television (CNTV), eShow, Freeman, GES | onPeak, Grit Productions and Expositions, La Nouvelle-Orléans & Company, La Nouvelle-Orléans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center et Risk Strategies Company | Assurance Buttine. Visite www.iaee.com pour plus d'informations.

Marie Tucker
Gestionnaire principal des communications et du contenu | AIEE
+1 (972) 687-9226
mtucker@iaee.com

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