View, browse, and sort the ever-growing list of sessions by pass type, track, and format.
If you are seeing varied colors of session titles, here is your guide:
Dark teal = Catersource education sessions
Dark orange = TSE education sessions
Black = those sessions or events that can be attended by anyone with a Catersource or TSE pass, or requires a separate ticket.
Find your best experience by first choosing the pass type you have purchased. This will weed out all other extraneous sessions.
Sessions do fill up and seating is first come, first served. Note: Individual presentations may also be on this website shortly before the published show dates. They may or may not be the final presentation.
Earn CMP credits!
ALL education sessions at this year's conference are approved by The Events Industry Council to count toward your CMP certification. Keep your professional status up-to-date while enjoying and learning from this incredible lineup of speakers.
Cazoshay Marie is a highly-rated educational and motivational speaker with 10+ years of experience as a wellness professional, blogger, and keynoter. Since acquiring multiple "invisible disabilities" after being struck by a car traveling 48mph while crossing the street in downtown Phoenix, she has spoken at numerous events for organizations, been featured in magazines and media outlets and has recently become a Traumatic Brain Injury Ambassador for the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center. As a keynoter and panelist, Cazoshay has spoken at conferences, to students at universities and at events at the Arizona State capitol. A self-proclaimed "serial encourager", Cazoshay empowers individuals, groups, and organizations across the board to access creative thinking to achieve their goals and strive to become better versions of themselves through speaking engagements as well as through her social media outlets. It is her goal to increase awareness about accessibility and resilience both within the disability community and in the world at large. In addition to being a single mother to an amazing teenage son, she is also the founder and author of the blog, D.I.D. with Cazoshay, where she shares about her experiences living with disability as well as fun and elegant DIY and lifestyle tips.