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Event Leader Q&A Webinar: Veronica Yankowski

August 28, 2018 at 10:00 am11:00 am PDT

Veronica Yankowski Event Leader Q&A

Event Leader Q&A Webinar Series

Introducing Event Leader Q&A webinar series! We’re providing event professionals the opportunity to participate in an intimate webinar with an event or meetings industry expert. You’ll have the opportunity to ask our chosen event leader your most burning questions whether it’s how they got their start in the industry, what they would do in a given situation, or anything your heart desires!

To make the webinars as engaging and effective as possible, you’ll be able to ask your questions personally using your microphone or through web chat.

Can’t make the webinar?

Paid subscribers can watch all the past session recordings in our on-demand video library!

* Important: Please log on to the webinar platform early to ensure your microphone and speakers are working correctly. Q&A will start right away, so in order to get the most out of the webinar, please come with some questions prepared.


August 28, 2018


10:00 a.m. PST   |   1:00 p.m. EST

Guest Speaker

Owner & Photographer


President & COO
Event Leadership Institute





While this webinar is open to anyone to attend, only our paid subscribers can watch the video once it’s posted to our on-demand video class library.

Veronica Yankowski

Veronica Yankowski

Owner, VeroLucePhotography

Veronica L. Yankowski is an international award-winning photographer that specializes in documentary style events, soulful portraits and empowering boudoir.

Her career began in 1996 after graduating Rider University Cum Laude with a degree in journalism. She worked part-time for The Trentonian for 2 years before deciding to freelance for some of the areas top news outlets such as The Star Ledger, The New York Times and The Associated Press. In 2001 she took a staff photography job with Greater Media Newspapers for 2 years. During that time she received 19 awards for her images; the most ever won by a staff photographer with the organization .  Her most heralded work was her collection of photographs taken on 911 and Ground Zero shortly after the attack that has been exhibited all across New Jersey ever since. Those images are registered with the 911 National Memorial and Museum and were also featured in her first book titled “Dialogue 3” that was released in 2002.

After the birth of her daughter in 2005 Veronica shifted gears and left the news world to begin her portraiture business. It wasn’t until 2012 that she branded her company VeroLuce Photography, Italian for “truth and light.”  Known for her soulful portraits, Veronica took it a step further creating VeroLuce Boudoir in 2013. That same year reality TV star Dina Manzo of Real Housewives of New Jersey posed for a boudoir session that put Veronica on the map as an expert photographing women and helping them to feel empowered.

In an effort to help women feel more confident, Veronica has been speaking about business branding and how to feel confident on the other side of the camera to women’s groups for the past 4 years. Veronica is known for her ability to make her clients comfortable and natural and she offers tips on how to portray that in photographs.

In 2017 Veronica was awarded the Garden State Gala Award for “Best Event Photographer” for the 4th year in a row. In 2016 and 2017 she was ranked as one of the Top 30 Best International Wedding Photographers by WedAward.  Two Bright Lights Editors’ Choice ranked her in the top 5% of published photographers worldwide and the most published photographer in New Jersey in both 2016 and 2017 as well.


August 28, 2018
10:00 am11:00 am
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