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Acts as a Master of Ceremonies at (an entertainment or large social occasion),
ranging from corporate to non-corporate events. 

More and more, leading organizations and major corporations are realizing the value in entrusting the flow and continuity of their biggest events to a consummate professional by hiring an Jillian as an emcee, moderator or facilitator. Jillian is more  than just a host,  a top emcee that can add value to a conference, summit, forum or panel by setting the tone, enhancing and reinforcing key content, Also acting as a conduit between speakers and presentations, smoothing over potential rough patches and delivering full-circle closure at the event’s conclusion.  Being a proficient Master of Ceremonies, Jillian can also change the paradigm of an event, so that the relationship of the speaker to the audience resembles more of a dialogue to various points of view, and give a voice to the attendees.

Jillian acts as a Master of Ceremonies for corporate to non- corporate events, with the average time from 1 - 2 hours,  2 - 3 hours or over 3 hours.

Jillian has hosted:

  • Weddings

  • Public Board Meetings

  • Expos

  • Graduations

  • Concerts

  • Fun Events

  • Awards Functions

  • Grand Openings

List of Events Jillian has Emceed in the Past: 
  • Various Hair Shows (annual ZM Image Natural Hair and Beauty Show and The Cuts Anthony Cuts Hair Show)

  • The Annual Eat Drink Jazz Show

  • Point Fortin Jazz. 

  • One of the Emcee's at National Panorama Competition for the past 10 years.

  • Pan Trinbago's Award function.

  • San Fernando Corp Society Annual Award function

  • Emcee for the past three years for YING FACTORS(local NGO) CHEF INTERCOL

  • Co-Host to the Fantasia Concert

  • Emcee for local author Akousa Dardaine Edwards book launch. 

  • Host for the past two for the annual LIGHTS CAMERAS CURVES An Evening of Fashion Beauty and Empowerment! 


  • Numerous weddings

  • Numerous workshops

  • Fantasia RNB artist concert

  • San Fernando Credit Union award functions

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