"FutureCite 150 Society was pleased to engage Serena Mah for media, communication and hosting services for the Canada150in150 Initiative. Her unique ability in storytelling was invaluable in helping our team to engage Albertans, citizens, communities and companies to share their digital stories with our project. Serena brings valued media outreach and her experience and skills at script writing were crucial during publicity/media events, and for our Canada150in150 Celebration Finale and Honouring Awards Ceremony at Rogers Place on July 1."
- FutureCite 150 Society -
"It was a pleasure meeting and working with Serena Mah, from first meeting her we found that we just clicked and were on the same page. Her communication and process were seamless and clear! I would recommend Serena to anyone looking to build their brand presence using the ultimate resource: relationships!"
- Eric Cheng -
ECC Marketing and Creative, YEGpeople
“Serena Mah was incredibly helpful to our team. Her video production was professional in every way, but that was only the beginning of the value that she provided. A natural coach, she put our Members of the Legislative Assembly at ease and helped them deliver their messages with impact and creativity. This process helped them to bring their very best to the camera to achieve great results.”
- Kevin Weidlich -
Alberta Party Chief of Staff
"Serena Mah is a true storyteller. She has a wealth of experience as a communicator and has the inside story on media. She has worked with my team on many levels and her work as a performance coach elevates and nurtures the storyteller in every one of us."
- Stephen Mandel -
Alberta Party Leader
“Serena was a key project leader for an event that EIA co-hosted. She offered us great strategic advice, worked with our team as we nailed down key details and then did a super job hosting the event and a panel of community and industry leaders. We all appreciated Serena’s excellent advice, good humour and ability to make the event memorable for a broad spectrum of attendees.”
- Lynn Wyton -
Edmonton International Airport