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Sally Newhall

I love to create synergy: people, places, ideas, and concepts that lead to awesome events!

Job Event Planner / Sea Glass Events

Lives In Cape Elizabeth

Happy to be doing awesome events in Maine!! My background in live television as a production manager translated well into event planning.  I have worked for Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide planning incentive trips in places like Greece, Mexico, & Hawaii. Other clients included ITT Industries and Pfizer Global Technology. After an awesome move to Maine in 2006, I worked for an environmental company planning events for the National Environmental Partnership Summit and ASPO-The association for the study of Peak Oil. In 2011 AIGA Maine asked me to help put together ABSTRACT: The future of design in media which featured art directors from New York Times Magazine group, Newsweek/Daily Beast, Fast Company, Martha Stewart Living, and Conde Nast.  That led to organizing Social Media FTW & Agents of Change and then to Harvest on the Harbor 2012 for the Covention+ Visitor’s Bureau. Most recently I helped with the first TEDx Youth event in Cape Elizabeth and am currently working on CeleSoiree for ILAP in April 2013. 

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