Seeing life’s meaning in the celebration of small moments, along with a healthy love of glam and glitter, Sandrine set out on a career planning and producing a myriad of corporate events and conventions as well as family affairs, bridal and baby showers, and weddings in 2011. Her life is characterized by laughter, a love of good food and great movies among the beauty of small moments with her close knit family.
An avid reader, Sandrine’s heart for learning and growing has been sparked all the more by her travels. She loves spending time exploring her roots in both her hometown of Port-au-Prince as well as spending time connecting with her French side with frequent travels to the country home to the City of Light. This allows her to bring a unique understanding of cultures and international relations to all her work.
Furthermore, Sandrine's eagerness to learn has earned her a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the University of Montreal, a Master's in International Administration from the University of Miami and a Master's in Hospitality Tourism from Florida International University's Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism, as well as certificates in Wedding and Event Planning. Passionate about helping others grow in her community, she has been a member of the Junior League of Miami for over 3 years, serving on several committees including Women Who Make a Difference Luncheon and Inn Transition North, a transition home for women and their children victim of domestic violence.
Its not uncommon to find her imagining new uses for sequins, eating Nutella by the spoonful, exercising her obsession with cross-fit or pretending she's part of the detective squad watching Criminal Minds… and of course planning a great party!
A few of my favorite things!
“People who love to eat are always the best people” - Julia Childs
If there is one talent I wish God had given me it would be singing.
I can never get enough of the water, the sand, and the sun.
Clearly obsessed with the little details
Truly a citizen of the World. New place, every year, minimum.
Because in my family we’re more like a small gang.
Think campfires, s’mores and horseback riding.
Gold and glitter all year long, and not just for christmas!