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Meet Ronisha Saunders of The Social Climate Events

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ronisha Saunders.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Ronisha. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
I started planning events in my teenage years to be honest. I’ve always loved planning and organizing things and watching it all unfold just like I saw it in my mind!! It was always mind-blowing to me! You could ask me to plan anything and I was always so eager to do it.

I would say my passion for planning was fueled more by working so many special events at my previous church and planning things for friends. I was the one always volunteering to help put some program together, and also the one wondering how we could take that program to the next level! I realized while working so many church events, birthday parties, major conferences, concerts you name it I never grew tired!! I always wanted to help bring the vision to life more…while others may have needed breaks I was passionate about the next level and learning more of how to be better. So I’ll say I started in the church, which why before any event my first business meeting is always with God.

Once I got a little older and learned a bit more about the Event Planning Industry by taking certified classes reading many books and volunteering as much possible. I decided to take a leap of faith and do a few events on my own and here I am today still loving every bit of it! I still get giddy at the thought of any event. I get the pleasure of meeting so many incredible people!!

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
Wow, what a thought-provoking question! I would love to say yes it been a piece of cake but that wouldn’t be truthful. I’ve learned so many lessons over the years. I would say in the start, my biggest struggle was charging people for my gift. I’d become so used to doing so many events as a volunteer or for friends and family I wasn’t comfortable with putting a price on my passion. Another struggle I would say is marketing learning to market my brand to help bring in more clients.

Alright – so let’s talk business. Tell us about The Social Climate Events – what should we know?
TSC Events offers the next level service to our clients for weddings, corporate and social events. We take pride in helping remove stress from our clients so that they can truly enjoy their special occasion almost as if they were the guest. We aim to create breathe taking occasions for memories to last a lifetime.

We specialize in weddings, engagement parties, birthday parties, corporate & other social events.

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
Of course, I give credit to God for giving me the gift, the passion and zeal to do what I absolutely love!! I have to give credit to my husband Brian for not only supporting me, understanding my passion, pushing me to try new things but for also being my muscle. I give a lot of credit to my parents Ronnie & Marsha, my brother Jeremy, my family and friends who consistently push me to go after my dreams and aim HIGHER! My parents saw the gift God placed in me and have poured into my dream! I have to give credit to my best friend Nyasha who not only supports me but works besides on just about every event. I give credit to Teresa who was a mentor to me when I first started to discover my passion…her zeal for excellence help me focus on what I know my company will continue to stand for. My TSC team who works beside me on events until every event becomes a memorable experience for every client! I have to also shout out Daniel who continues to recommend my services. I could go on and name so many amazing people…like my Uncle who helped me name the company years ago.

TSC Events amazing clients and vendors contribute to a lot our success.

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Telly Brown, C. Holden Photography, Tamara Woods, Brian Saunders, Nyasha Liverpool

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