We are thrilled to welcome Sandy Meyers to the American Sign Museum family as our new Event Sales Manager.
Sandy has lived in the Queen City for 15 years, but it’s the fast pace of her native Chicago that inspires her. It’s why event planning is her passion.
“I love the excitement of working an event. Events and parties should have a flow. I love making sure that everything is running smoothly,” she says.
Sandy actually began in the legal field and has worked in law firms in Chicago, Los Angeles, London and Cincinnati. Her personable spirit and dedication to finishing tasks propelled her into management, but there was always a desire to be realized.
Event planning was where Sandy really wanted to be. She attended University of Cincinnati’s Meeting and Events Planning certification program, enabled her to learn all the processes of event management, planning, organization and execution.
While transitioning into event planning, Sandy became involved with the International Special Events Society, which evolved into the International Live Events Association, now known as ILEA. She steadily moved up from member to VP of Membership, then VP of Finance, VP of Sponsorships, VP of Programs & Education and eventually, President of the Cincinnati Chapter.
Merging her newly-developed knowledge with her existing skills, Sandy was promoted to the Events & Marketing Coordinator of the Taft Law firm’s Taft Center; where she worked for 10 years in downtown Cincinnati. She executed over 700 events in their first year.
And now she is proud to join our team as Event Sales Manager.
“I love working at the American Sign Museum and seeing the elated looks on the faces of our clients at the end of their events,” Sandy said. “It’s exactly what I should be doing. I love utilizing my vendor and client contacts doing what I love to do. It’s rewarding to hear first-time clients say they want to return to plan another event with us.”
Sandy lives in Northside with her husband, their two children and dog, Brizzy. She is very involved in her community and volunteers for many arts organizations throughout the city.