Episode: Christy Bareijsza

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Christy Bareijsza

As one of the most sought after event planners in the Metro NY area, Christy Bareijsza has been responsible for detailed party planning and venue consultation since 1999. Christy is known in the industry for her constant creativity, fresh ideas and commitment to surpass client expectations. Her reputable and distinct combination of talents have helped her create a multitude of memorable events for a long list of corporate and celebrity clients including the A&E Television Networks, Bombardier FlexJet, Canyon Ranch Spa & Resort, IMG World, American Express Departures Magazine, Brown Forman, Radio and Television Personalities.

As a former Vice President of Corporate Events for one of North America’s top financial firms, Christy has gained vast experience in negotiations, event and sports management, hospitality, audio/visual and venue consultation. A graduate of Hofstra University, she has also enhanced her educational background with a Certification in Meeting Management (CMM), Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) and Certificate in Meeting and Event Management from New York University. Her experience has helped mold the finest relationships with industry vendors and orchestrate a wide array of high profile events to create unforgettable memories with style.



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