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In the latest episode of Dare to Interrupt, Anh Nguyen, head of customer success at twine and principal and founder of Spark Event Collective, discusses the lost art of critical thinking, redesigning the business model for career women who are caretakers, and the importance of community support to advance and succeed.
Read on for information about the star of this episode, Anh Nguyen!
Anh Nguyen is the head of customer success at twine, an employee connection platform designed for the age of remote and distributed teams.
twine is designed to recreate the serendipitous, unplanned conversations that used to take place in office hallways, the watercooler or at events. twine partners with enterprise clients like Amazon, eBay, Google, Microsoft and a wide array of remote-first companies to help them create experiences that build engagement, connection and belonging within their remote teams.
Prior to joining twine, Anh founded Spark Event Management, an award-winning, full-service event management firm, and the Spark Event Collective, a network of independent planners collaborating to deliver event experiences all around the world.
A lifelong community builder (ask her about the cleaning club she started at McDonalds when she was 15!), Anh has worked tirelessly to support the event industry, which was one of the hardest hit during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Over the last two years, Anh successfully led 50 event professionals from across the globe to coordinate Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID) Goes Virtual, and she co-founded #EventProfsBreakShit and the Global Event Collective. She was recently named a Smart Woman in Meetings and is a 2021 Connect Meetings Top 40 under 40 recipient.
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