As Bright Ideas Event’s president and CEO, Sharon is the driving force that has made Bright Ideas one of Canada’s top corporate event production companies. She’s also the smiling, positive, unflappable glue that holds everything together when it’s time to coordinate the hundreds of vital details that make up a successful special event. Sharon handles client liaison, event design, branding, and defining the metrics by which every event is measured for its return on investment. With decades of experience in the event industry, Sharon’s knowledge, industry contacts, and creativity are the key ingredients in Bright Ideas Events long and successful track record of outstanding corporate events. A prairie girl by birth (Grande Prairie, Alberta), Sharon relaxes between events through travel to tropical destinations, gardening and reading.
Junior Event Planner
Beth works part-time with Bright Ideas as a Junior Event Planner, brainstorming event, activities, and entertainment ideas, conducting research, working events at particular stations, as well as occasionally assisting in running an event. Born in Eastern Ontario, she moved to Vancouver on a whim upon completing Bachelor’s Degrees in Linguistics and Political Studies. She has a wide variety of interests from travel to reading a good book, from inventing in the kitchen to growing her own organic veggies, from working out the stress at the gym to working out a lunch date with life-long friends. She has been involved with Bright Ideas since December 2008 and looks forward to participating in many more events to come.
Junior Event Planner
Jennifer grew up in Saskatchewan and moved to BC in 2011, where she studied dance with Harbour Dance Centre’s Intensive Training Programme (ITP) and Event Management at the Art Institute of Vancouver. Upon graduation she volunteered with Bright Ideas and is now happily working full-time as a Junior Event Planner. In her spare time Jennifer loves dancing, acting, and showing off Canada as the best country in the world.