Why did you get involved with IAA TLC?
“After attending PAC in 2017, I knew I had to get involved with the IAA. My first opportunity came via the Social Committee where I helped organise the Summer Ball/Xmas Lunch for the past few years. I recently switched over to the TLC with hopes of utilising my experience across both B2C & B2B to help put on various thought leadership events specifically focusing on a number of the most critical topics of our time, while also developing my professional career throughout. Watch this space…”
What are you most looking forward to getting involved with within the committee?
“After a couple of years of regressing into a virtual reality due to you know what, I am most looking forward to organising some compelling and thought provoking LIVE events where we can connect in person to share a diverse range of ideas… ultimately shifting perspectives in this dynamic world of ours.”
What do you hope to bring to the IAA TLC?
“With a range of experience in the wonderful world of media as well as tech/entertainment in London and Los Angeles, I hope to offer up certain perspectives and insights which may not already be represented within the committees or the wider industry.
What would you say to someone considering joining the committee?
“There is no better way to get involved, shape the conversation and ultimately network / advance your professional career . They are quite a fun bunch as well!”
What is a fun fact about you?
“Prior to moving to the UK in 2015 I worked in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, which sounds a lot more glamorous than it was. Everything from being an extra on mediocre cop dramas all the way through to representing actors and actresses at talent agencies & management companies. (I don’t miss it)”