Session Scheduler

View, browse and sort the 2018 Catersource sessions by track and session. With the CS2018 session scheduler, you can build your education schedule in advance and access it during the show via export or with the Mobile App, once live in January.

PLEASE NOTE: Using this schedule builder is for convenience only and does not register you or guarantee you a seat in the sessions. Only ticketed optional events guarantee availability.

Seating is first come, first served.

Amy Dearth, CSEPPresident & Sr. Event PlannerConsider It Done Special Events, LLC

Amy Zediana Dearth, CSEP, found her passion for the events industry when she planned community-based events as a teenager. Amy joined the industry professionally in 2004 after completing her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration and French at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts. She has managed more than 6,000 events working with clients as large as AT&T, Bank of America, Staples, the NCSL Legislative Summit, TripAdvisor and many more. In 2005, Amy joined the International Special Events Society (ISES) in order to gain professional development and make industry contacts. By 2008, she served on the Board of the New England Chapter as Director of Students and Volunteers. Since, she has continued to support the ILEA community in multiple board positions, leading to her chapter presidency in 2015-16. In 2010, Amy was the recipient of the ISES New England Merit Scholarship, an honor given to one member per year for their dedication to ISES. In 2012, Amy received the Lawrence A. Green Award for her continued dedication to the ISES New England chapter. In 2013, Amy obtained her Certified Special Event Professional [CSEP] designation, which has currently lead her to chair the International CSEP Committee. Consider It Done Special Events was founded in 2009. Led by Amy and a fantastic team of event professionals, CID provides event management, décor and production services. Currently, Amy is married, living in Dracut, MA and enjoying life with her husband, Ben, and two children, Giuliana and Sofia. Her hobbies include music, travel, cooking, hosting dinner parties, playing softball, and most recently, performing with the Voices of Hope which is a not-for-profit performance group that raises funds and awareness for cancer research.

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