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Hey, I’m Quierra!

 
Photo taken by: Celebrate Js

Photo taken by: Celebrate Js

 

(Oh, and that’s pronounced key-air-ah, if you’re curious. Since we’re friends now, feel free to call me Q)

I’ll help you turn your event into a Live Branding Experience so you can wow your guests with less stress and more results.

As a professional event planner and fundraising consultant, I’ve done over 100 events ranging from intimate happy hours that keep donors engaged, to lively appreciation parties with 800 guests, to galas with multi-6-figure profits.

My mission is to rid the world of events with dry chicken, boring speakers, and people waiting patiently to go home.

The whole point of having an event is to show people a great time so that they can’t wait to find out what you’re doing next. Otherwise, let’s be real- it’s a HUGE waste of money. You can run your event like a business by learning to focus on tracking and achieving your goals.

Why fundraising events?

While I also help clients plan successful receptions and appreciation events, fundraisers have a special place in my heart.

They’re the type of event I get the most questions about. People put the most time, energy, and money into fundraisers and still struggle just to break even. Fundraising events are the hardest event to figure out.

Because the fundraising struggle is REAL.

Let’s be honest. Ever find yourself thinking:

  • The idea of “networking" is the worst. It feels gross and “salesy”. Where the hell do I even start?

  • Small talk? What am I even supposed to say?

  • Cold- calling people trying to convince them of anything while all they want to do is hang up… Yeah, awkward.

  • Asking for money is super uncomfortable. Hard Pass.

Photo taken by: Celebrate Js

Photo taken by: Celebrate Js

Any of these sound familiar? It’s okay, go ahead and raise your hand. I can’t see you, and I’m not judging.

Plus, you’re not the only one who feels this way.

Believe me, I get it.

As someone who was painfully shy as a kid, and is a card-carrying introvert, I understand how difficult it is to learn to build relationships to support your event in a way that feels authentic to your personality.

I had to learn how to plan successful fundraisers from scratch. I had no idea what I was doing, but I had to make it work. I had to push past my comfort zone and get over the fear of cold calls.

Even with my event planning experience, fundraising events were a HUGE learning curve. That’s why I decided to start Tribe Table.

I’m dedicated to share what I've learned about putting on successful fundraisers, in hopes of making it easier for good people to build lasting relationships that make a positive difference in their communities.

The Tribe is full of resources that I wish I had when I first started (like the Ultimate Fundraiser Workbook), things I made along the way (like all of the templates in the Tribe Resource Library), and tools that I use now to help my clients also make 6-figure profits (like the Project Plan task list).

You 100% have what it takes to be brave, bold, and to be a kick-ass LEADER for the cause you’re passionate about.

You’re already EPIC. Here are some tools, tips, and templates to help you on the way. Let’s do this!

 
 

Fun Facts:

When not geeking out about event strategies, Quierra can usually be found curled up under a blanket, reading. She loves dogs, dance, photography, painting, and all things Harry Potter. She currently lives in Sacramento California.

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