Current Job Opportunities
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Stephanie is a passionate advocate for Boston as a visitor destination. As the Vice President of International and Sports Sales, she’s cultivated an impressive network of contacts and resources throughout the community and around the world.
Patrick Coit came to Meet Boston in October 2021 after working for parts of the last two years with Discover Central Massachusetts, in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he handled event sales, and membership.
Cassandra Lee came to Meet Boston in November 2021 after working in various areas of marketing in the healthcare industry. Cassandra has held a wide range of positions in marketing, communications, and events, giving her a strong understanding of marketing campaigns and trends.
Steve came to Meet Boston in 1995 when the Bureau and the Freedom Trail partnered to form the Freedom Trail Players. After walking the Freedom Trail as a costumed guide for a few years he then joined the Visitor Services Dept.
During her years with the team, Kamilla has had the opportunity to work in multiple roles at Meet Boston including marketing and has worked on membership development for the last 7 years.
Michael works with community stakeholders, members, local businesses, and internal departments to develop programs that support the visitor experience. Michael previously served as Chief of Staff and Director of Business Development for the Boston Convention Marketing Center.
Glenn has for the past 5 years established himself as the go-to guy for Meet Boston partners seeking effective digital solutions to amplify and extend their reach. He oversaw the redesign of BostonUSA.com in 2020 and the development of AllinclusiveBos.com.
Originally of Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, Lindsay Milne is a graduate of the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Lindsay's career has taken her around the world working with some of the premier global brands and industries.
Meet Marina Smith, who has worked as the manager for the Visitor Center for 17 years. Prior to this role she worked in catering and cosmetology. It’s no wonder she is well respected - if not for her people skills, but for her occasional tendency to cook lasagna for staff.
Anastasia has been working in administration and project management for the past seven years. Before transitioning into her role at Meet Boston, Anastasia worked in the medical industry for three years. She attended college with a focus on Fashion Design & Business.
Diane joined the Meet Boston team in March 2001. She worked in Membership, Marketing, and Publications for four years before leading Leisure Destination Services for the past 17. She has also simultaneously led Operations for the last ten years.
Prior to joining Meet Boston, Greg was a co-founder of a small education consulting company that helped high school and post-grad students further their academic and athletic careers through the college application process. In 2016 Greg’s focus turned to an opportunity at the...
After graduating from Johnson & Wales University, Lisa worked in a variety of hotels in Boston in a Convention Services/Catering roll. She then transitioned to catering events at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with Restaurant Associates.
Soon after graduating from UMASS Boston, Yuyi spent 4 years in Los Angeles as store café manager and later as a clinical administrator, homing in on her operations experience. Longing for the ski slopes on the East Coast, she moved back to the Boston area and landed a position...
Eager to be around people and help others, Catherine started her career in hospitality by working in various restaurants in and around Fredericksburg, Virginia, a small town outside of Washington D.C. While attending George Mason University, she interned with Hyatt Regency Tysons...
Originally from the Greater Boston area, Stacy’s love of New England and close family ties motivated her to earn an undergraduate degree from nearby Northeastern University.