Andrew Roby is a Proud Army Vet who happens to be a great Event and Wedding Planner! He likes to call himself an Event Story- teller who is passionate about romantic weddings and engaging events.
From the inner city of Miami, Fl, deployments in the east, and now in Washington, DC, Andrew has been privy to diverse situations that has shaped him into the entrepreneur he is today. He is a world traveler and has been blessed to travel to 25 countries and counting understanding people and the cultures that make them great.
Within his 13 year career he has had the honor of working with brands such as The International Spy Museum, Axiom Resource Management, Simon Malls, The Knot, The CW and has been seen in Forbes, CNN, Fox, Washingtonian Magazine, Modern Luxury, and other leading publications.
Above all, he is most proud of his work with some tremendous charities like Susan G. Komen, The Cinderella Foundation, and So Others Might Eat who dedicate their lives to helping others.
“It’s not just about planning events. It certainly isn’t about me. It’s about making sure you get the best help to reach your bottom line.”
In this 50-minute session where you will learn:
1.) Why there needs to be an overhaul on Supplier Diversity Programs
2.) Ways in which leaders and HR Departments can improve hiring practices
3.) the role that the event industry can play in bringing the spirit of your organization to life!
This session is not about some surface level information that you can get by reading blog articles from a Google search! He will be diving in deep and bringing out all of those hidden issues we like to sweep under the rug.
You’ll walk away with actionable steps to bring about equitable changes, a deep understanding of the role of events in DEI efforts, and, breaking the status quo to be better and do better!
Join us for this refreshingly honest session and for the whole summit!
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