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Women Of The Industry To Spice Up Show Education

Lexi Tucker
Posted on June 5, 2019
(R to L) Tiffany Hinton, chief administrative officer of MOTEV in Los Angeles, Calif. and Tammy Carlisle, VP of sales and marketing of Action Worldwide Chauffeured Services in Atlanta, Ga.

(R to L) Tiffany Hinton, chief administrative officer of MOTEV in Los Angeles, Calif. and Tammy Carlisle, VP of sales and marketing of Action Worldwide Chauffeured Services in Atlanta, Ga.

For this week's LCT Show education committee spotlight, Tiffany Hinton, chief administrative officer of MOTEV in Los Angeles, and Tammy Carlisle, VP of sales and marketing of Action Worldwide Chauffeured Services in Atlanta, Ga., are standouts that will be focusing on bringing more diverse perspectives to the LCT Shows.

Tiffany Hinton, Minority Affairs and Events Chair

Innovator, taste maker, and leader are all words that describe Tiffany Hinton. Raised internationally in a military family, she considers herself a citizen of the world, making home wherever she resides. Before her current professional venture, she spent time as a professional entertainer, a well-versed corporate law professional, and the most challenging of them all --- mother to four spirited and intelligent children. She is a Jill of all trades and continues to handle them all with diplomacy, grace, and agility.

She now sits at the helm of MOTEV, as the chief administrative officer, and right hand to the CEO and LCT advisory board member Robert Gaskill, who will also be handling customer service education for LCT Shows. In her roll, she oversees the logistic and strategic advancement of the company. She's never too busy to dig her hands deep into the daily operations of the business, directly managing client relationships, overseeing employee engagement, and setting the bar daily on what MOTEV’s definition of service excellence means.

Tammy Carlisle, Women Owner Events Chair

Just over nine years ago, Tammy Carlisle, VP of sales and marketing for Action Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation in Atlanta, Ga. brought the company her huge sphere of influence and skills, knowledge, and expertise from her 23 years in real estate. In addition to being a sales master, she maintained leadership positions within her local associations and the Georgia Real Estate Association (GAR). This included multiple awards and a successful year as the GAR Convention Chair, which was charged with and executed two of the most successful conventions in GAR history despite the pending recession.

Today, these skills are concentrated into her business and the luxury transportation industry. She is always eager to help new owners, volunteer for the smallest to largest task, and is thrilled to be the Women of Transportation faculty liaison. She believes women have a tremendous role in strengthening our industry. By empowering each other, it allows each woman in the industry to empower others with their insight.

She believes she was chosen to develop education around her topic because of her ability to have and continue to build amazing relationships within the industry. Under her lead, it's guaranteed all attendees will find welcoming networking and new friendships that will strengthen their professional abilities.

The new program kicks off with the 2019 LCT East Show at the oceanfront Hard Rock Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J., Nov. 3-5, and then moves on to the 2020 International LCT Show at The Venetian in Las Vegas Feb. 17-20.

Related Topics: 2019 LCT East, Atlantic city, California operators, casinos, Georgia operators, hotels, industry education, Las Vegas, LCT Show, new jersey, women in the industry

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