With over 2 decades of expertise managing meetings and events, Fabiola is a professional who has made her mark by designing and executing unique experiences. Her management knowledge, complemented by her attention to detail, artistic creativity and excellent customer service, are demonstrated through the various events and meetings she has completed throughout her career.
Fabiola has a long history of working in the government relations industry as a project coordinator and has participated in the realisation of several prestigious events, such as:
•Mexico’s National Day Celebration at the Ambassador’s Residence.
•Mexico’s Pavilion within Canada’s 150th Anniversary.
• 2016 Youth Summit with President Enrique Peña Nieto and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
•Hosting Mexico’s National soccer team within the Women’s FIFA World Cup 2015.
With extensive experience working with various Embassies in the National Capital Region and the City of Ottawa, Fabiola understands government protocols in and out and maintains a good working relationship with them.
Fabiola started her management career founding several non-profit organizations in Canada with a bachelor’s degree in Humanities in hand. To enhance her knowledge and skills, she obtained a certificate in meetings and events management from the Canadian Tourism College.
She is also a proud member of prestigious associations like Meetings Professionals International (MPI) and Ottawa Festivals. Fabiola is a founder and CEO of the Day of the Dead Festival in Canada, a non-profit organization focused on promoting the richness of Mexican culture through art, gastronomy, music and dance, witch main objective is to educate and entertain the public through interactive and meaningful experiences that will broaden their perspective on culture and inspire them to explore and learn about the diversity in the Nation’s Capital. https://www.dayofthedeadfestival.ca
Between her many achievements she was recognized with the “Ohtli Award” in 2011 by the Mexican Secretariat of Foreign Affairs for her exceptional contributions to the Mexican community in Canada. In 2010, Fabiola was also honored to be a member of the Advisory Committee for the National University of Mexico in Canada (UNAM).