Amy Sondrup, president, Access TCA, became the 53rd president of the Experiential Designers & Producers Association (EDPA) at the group’s EDPA ACCESS 2019 meeting.
Sondrup’s remarks during the President’s Gala underscored her commitment to EDPA as well as her vision for the future. Her goals are clear: “I want to continue the momentum by elevating content, engagement, and attendance at key meetings as well as the conversation about the value we bring to our members,” says Sondrup. “Our growth strategy needs to include reaching out to the next generation, embracing sustainability, and focusing on audience engagement. I’m thrilled with the opportunity to move EDPA forward.”
“Amy is both passionate and collaborative,” says EDPA Executive Director Dasher Lowe. “She has shown time and again that she cares about EDPA, about expanding our membership, and about the quality of education and networking we offer. Part of her mission up to this point has been focusing on the ‘E”—experiential—in EDPA and sourcing speakers who help our members grow their businesses. Her message is one of inclusion, attracting all participants in the experiential process. I’m delighted to be working with her.”
EDPA is committed to driving growth within the experiential, exhibit, and event industry through advocacy, networking, education, and good works. For more info, visit www.edpa.com.