Chicagoan Sesalee Moore on being a people connector

Sesalee Moore

What inspires you to show up at work every day?
I love being a people-connector; great business moves are made when great relationships are forged and developed.

How did you determine your career path?
I enjoy well-organized, fun and worthy events.

Who do you consider your peers in your field?
Planners: event, meeting, conference, expo, etc. We are very supportive of each other because we understand what’s necessary to make great things happen.

Names three books that changed how you saw life.

The Bible, Good Self/Bad Self by Judy Smith and Contracts: Cases and Materials

Explain why lifelong learning is important to you.
Education is growth; growth is essential.

How do music and culture define your self-identity?
Both music and cultural exposure broaden your mental capacity to be creative, have fun and be happy.

Describe your favorite vacation spot.
The South of France, it’s lush, green, peaceful, fashionable, and delightfully decadent.

If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
Stop unnecessary violence — on the personal level and global level as well.

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