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  • Writer's pictureCourtney Stanley

Bridging Generations, Practicing Vulnerability and Leading with Empathy

How can we work better together while honoring our differences?

In the latest episode of Dare to Interrupt, Joe Marcy, Business Development Executive at the Monterey County CVB, discusses his perspective on practicing vulnerability and leading with empathy in one's community.

Read on for information about the star of this episode, Joe Marcy!

Joe Marcy is on the Global Board of Trustees for MPI, the largest meeting and event industry association in the world. Marcy served as President of the Southern California Chapter in 2017 and was later recognized as Global Member of the Year. As an executive for the Monterey County CVB, Marcy contributes to the destination’s diversity, sustainability and tourism efforts.

He was the recipient of the Western Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus (WACVB) Scholarship and is a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) and Certified Incentive Travel Professional (CITP). Collaborate Magazine recognized Marcy in its "40 under 40" issue and Smart Meetings magazine named him "Visionary Supplier of the Year."

In his spare time, Marcy volunteers with the Human Rights Campaign, the P.S. I Love You Foundation and The Trevor Project. He’s chairman of the Manhattan Beach Cultural Arts Commission and president of the Manhattan Beach Hometown Fair Association (MBHTF). He accepted the Mayor’s Award in 2012 and recently received commendations from the Los Angeles County Supervisor’s Office and the California State Assembly.

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