Meet Sandy Fasold, GACC Events Coordinator
The Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce welcomes Sandy Fasold, the new Events Consultant/Coordinator for mixers and live events.
Sandy brings with her more than 25 years of experience in event management and her portfolio includes projects as large as professional event coordination for 1,500 people to events like a 60th birthday party with 50 people attending.
“I’m looking forward to working with the chamber,” Sandy said.
Her experience includes working in the back-of-the-house, management services, and executing a large-scale executive events.
Originally from the Philadelphia suburbs, Sandy relocated 9 years ago to Brigantine where she founded her company Under the Sun Event Management & Concierge Services.
Her portfolio includes a lengthy list of nonprofit work including event coordinator for Dancing Under The Atlantic City Stars, a fundraiser and charity event to benefit the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.
“It was extremely successful, and that event had a lot of moving parts and people,” she said.
Fasold also has worked with several nonprofits like the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City, and Avanzar in Pleasantville (formerly the Women’s Center).
“It’s about giving back to the community and it’s the right thing to do,” she said.
For Fasold, the rich history of Atlantic City and Atlantic County helps promote every event.
“I think every city brings something different to the table,” she said. “Here, it’s history. Coming out of the post-pandemic, people are just starting to have events and one of the first events that came back were golf outings because you were outside and people were clamoring to get back some normal life.
Planning and coordinating events often mean being a step ahead of everyone else.
“I think it’s about finding out that particular vibe and about knowing what your client wants and helping to execute that vision,” Fasold said.
Fasold is excited about working with the GACC.
“When you work with a great team of people, it makes your job much easier,” she said.
She calls event day “game day” since it is the time when everything she’s organized comes into play.
“Putting on a good event relies on good communication and a good vision that everyone has bought into,” she said. “Events are game days for me. And what makes my day is seeing the client extremely happy at the end.”
Meet Courtney Colletti, the new GACC Engagement Coordinator
Meet Courtney Colletti, the new Engagement Coordinator with the Greater Atlantic City
Chamber of Commerce.
Courtney is a 2021 Rowan University graduate with a Master of Arts in Strategic
Communications who grew up in Pennsville, Salem County. Her passion is writing,
social media, marketing, and promotions.
She looks forward to working in her new role with the GACC.
“I’m really excited to explore how we can get the message to younger generations of
chamber members through social media and grow the chamber in terms of a younger
demographic,” she said.
Courtney earned a certificate of graduate studies in Integrated Media Communications
at Rowan, where she also completed a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies.
She holds an Associate of Arts in Communications and Journalism from Salem
She has worked as a social media account manager for Slice Communications where
she executed social media plans. She also worked at Rowan University College of
Humanities and Social Sciences as a Public Relations Coordinator from May 2021 to
May 2022 where she was responsible for four social platforms.
A writer, Courtney was an editor and contributor to Savvy Jersey Seniors from 2020
through 2022 and ran a radio show at Rowan.
She served as a graduate assistant at the Rowan University Public Relations and
Advertising Department where she edited and created newsletters, planned events, and
acted as a liaison between students and faculty.
Courtney is proud of how she strengthened the relationship between students and the
Rowan University Office of Financial aid while a creative assistant for the financial aid
office in 2019- 2021. She used her talent to create a special financial aid office social
“We worked on how you can improve the image of the financial aid office as a whole by
getting students engaged and having a better vision of that office and the university,”
Courtney plans to share her social media mindset and help grow the GACC presence
on all platforms.
“I bring my digital media expertise and my young professional set of eyes to the
Chamber,” she said. “I’m excited to be here.”