Jennifer Herring

Jennifer Herring, CMP

Senior Director of Global Accounts

The Sin City supervisor.

Jennifer has spent over 25 years in the hospitality industry working with leading brands such as Hilton, Wyndham and Hyatt. She spent 6 years as Director of Sales at Bally’s/Paris/Flamingo hotels overseeing over 9,000 hotel rooms and over 300,000 square feet of meeting space. Jennifer was the first employee building the team that opened the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, where she spent 6 years as Director of Sales.

She has spent the last 12 years with NHS Global Events as Senior Director of Global Accounts. Her expertise includes managing sales and marketing budgets, forecasts, marketing, business plans, sales and most importantly customer experiences. This broad scope of responsibilities allowed Jennifer to hone an already formidable skill set.

When she’s not connecting with new potential partners, she’s devoting her time to the Las Vegas community as vice president of strategic planning for the Las Vegas Hospitality Association Foundation, and dedicates her time to coaching Girls on the Run and feeding homeless through Las Vegas Catholic Worker.

What do you have to say about your team?

I could say something nice about everyone on the team, there is not one person I would trade. If I had to pick one I need to pick our leader Bill. Every time I see Bill with someone he has a genuine way of making that person feel truly special. He sets the tone for the company.

Do you have a pet?

We have a Black Lab named Olive, a Husky named River and a
Cockalier named Dixie.

Favorite city?

Kauai, HI – this is where my husband and I were married.

If you were to star in a TV show, which one?

It would be something on the Food Network, perhaps a judge on Chopped or Cupcake Wars, possibly a chef on Iron chef.

Why do you love working in the events industry?

I love helping clients find the perfect home for their events as well as going on site to see a program materialize. The energy and excitement from attendees who are experiencing a destination or event for the first time is exhilarating. The motivation I can see in people as they leave an incentive trip or business rally is extremely gratifying.