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Having a history of working in the government relations industry and non-profit organizations, 

our  management understands that a properly executed event can be leveraged to support 

an organization’s strategic vision and be incorporated into a company’s marketing plan to build 

networks and client loyalty.

Fabiola Yzeta-Vincent

Founder CEO

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.

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).

Yessica Lara Torres

Governm​ent Affairs Manager​

Graduated in International Relations from Universidad Popular Autonomy de Puebla (UPAEP) and with studies in Dispute Prevention and Resolution at Université de Sherbrooke, Yessica has been working for over six years with multiple stakeholders.

After working for a few years as a Project Management Assistant and Research Analyst for non-profit associations and international non-governmental organizations such as CEEY and IBCR, she also worked at the Mexican Embassy in the Department of Political Affairs.

During her career she has gained valuable experience understanding, working, and building lasting relationships with governmental actors across various departments (federal and provincial level), embassies, International Organizations, and NGOs.

During her career, she has developed an expertise in organizing, scheduling, budgeting, and logistical coordination of meetings including bilateral and trilateral meetings, both face-to-face and virtual. 

Yessica also has an in-depth knowledge of protocol when organizing a special event. She has developed strong skills in negotiation and problem solve effectively in high-stress situations. 

Mike Taylor

Exhibit Coordinator

Mike Taylor is a visual artist and photographer. He has extensive experience as an Arts Programmer with the City of Ottawa and the Shenkman Art Centre in Orléans. While with the City, Mike had the opportunity to coordinate hu​ndreds of visual art exhibitions, displays and events by local, regional, and international artists and arts organizations, including Baz’Art, Shenkman Arts Centre’s annual winter arts market.

Mike also developed and coordinated the Centre’s Arts à la carte program, which brought local and regional elementary school students to the Centre for workshops with Gloucester Pottery School, Ottawa School of Art, Ottawa School of Theatre and Tara Luz Danse.

Mike is a great supporter of the arts community in Ottawa. He ​serves regularly on exhibition juries for visual arts organizations in Ottawa and provides guidance to emerging artists - most recently, through the Mentorship Program at Arts Network Ottawa.

Mike’s primary focus is on photography, but for several years painting was his main form of creative expression. Since retiring from the City in 2020, Mike is presently collaborating with other artists and organizations with artwork and event photography as well as video production and exhibition installation.

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