Georgie is an experienced account and event manager, leading on projects from conception to completion for thinkBeyond.
With a keen passion for social change, Georgie leads on the Billie Jean King Youth Leadership Award Program, which celebrates and honour youth using the power of sport as a catalyst for change and to make a positive impact on society. Additionally, she operationally oversees the Beyond Sport Collective Impact Awards, a cutting-edge program which increases support and investments in a group of organizations working together to share best practice, work through issues in real-time and drive real, sustainable impact through sport.
Over the course of Georgie’s career, she has worked on projects for a number of clients, including ESPN, Special Olympics, Mayor of London, Michael Johnson and Disney.
For thinkBeyond’s sister company, Beyond Sport, Georgie acts as Senior Program Operations and Event Manager, overseeing the portfolio of virtual and in person international events and programs.
She has worked on events worldwide, ranging from VIP dinners to workshops, conferences, mass participation events, award shows and multi-day virtual summits. She has extensive experience in corporate, agency and community cultures, working across time zones, navigating complex language barrier challenges and multi stakeholder engagement with events and activations in cities such as Mexico, Amsterdam, London, Los Angeles, Dallas, San Francisco and New York.
Prior to this, Georgie worked with prominent UK sport and business network, Sport Industry Group, and global corporate relay initiative, Square Mile Sport. She managed the Sport Industry Private Dining Club, an exclusive invitation-only members club for senior members of the sport industry, and the tables process for three consecutive years for the BT Sport Industry Awards, the largest commercial sports Awards in the world. Additionally, Georgie has been responsible for team management for three consecutive years for the London Bloomberg Square Mile Relay, a one-of-a-kind corporate relay race with over 1200 participants taking part.