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December 2019 - Audrey Birnbaum

By: Ginger Garner, CMP | Dec 9, 2019

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Audrey Birnbaum
Banding People Together
Collaborative Solutions Manager
Member since 2019

 

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Audrey Birnbaum, Banding People Together, Collaborative Solutions Manager

Joined MPI Georgia: March 2019

MPI Georgia welcomed Audrey Birnbaum as a new member in March of this year. She currently serves as a Collaborative Solutions Manager for Banding People Together, a company that delivers events powered by True Collaboration® - the world’s first and only system combining behavioral science with the power of music to amplify results. Audrey partners with organizations to co-create workplace experiences, off-sites and conference agendas that accelerate strategic goals and business objectives in a fun, creative and effective environment. A graduate of The University of Florida, she, like her fellow “Banding-Mates”, is passionate about and performs music. Audrey has been a member of the Recording Academy of Arts and Sciences, the governing body of The GRAMMY(R)-Awards, for 14 years.

After working for over 12 years to create memorable concert experiences at 5-Star, 5-Diamond resort properties and getting to know the inner workings of planning for events, Audrey felt it was a privilege to join MPI Georgia as a supplier to help create memorable, effective and long-lasting experiences for corporate meetings. Her first jobs in the meeting industry were at Kiawah Island Golf Resort and the Broadmoor providing concert experiences to resort package guests. At the Broadmoor, they collaborated with the Space Symposium to bring in Tower of Power, an American R&B-based horn section and band, for two events. Audrey recalls that, “it was incredible to see the concert venue and the property transformed overnight from our jazz festival to accommodate thousands of guests and attendees who attend the Space Symposium each year.”

While Audrey is currently working on launching “journeys” for several clients, she also continues to expand her collection of 78s to play on her antique Victrola. Her first 78 records and the Victrola were a gift from her great uncle Billy, one of Audrey’s family members who helped foster her creativity, musicianship, and love of all things arts. She currently has about 200 records and plays them regularly.

 

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Ginger Garner, CMP
West Palm Beach

 
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