Director of Customer Relations
Jenny Kamalian joined NTP in June 1999 and is currently the Director of Customer Relations. In this capacity, she drives the customer relations function for NTP, including overall customer service plans and strategies, processes and procedures. With more than 18 years at NTP and more than 22 years in the trade-show industry, her knowledge and experience have helped NTP to develop a strong policy of outstanding service company-wide, with an emphasis on continuing improvement.
Prior to joining NTP, Jenny worked on Coverings, a Tradeshow 200 event, where she implemented and managed an in-house housing department, coordinated public relations and advertising efforts, and managed on-site press rooms and reservation desks.
Jenny has also managed registration both pre-show on on-site, served as operations lead for several events and filled a variety of other roles on show site, as needed. All of these experiences are poured back into her additional role as Show Director for DEMA Show. As such she is responsible for the management of the show and achieving the objectives of the show and contract. She fills each role with care, always striving for a high level of service for clients, exhibitors and attendees alike.
Jenny has a B.S. in Public Relations from the University of Florida and is a member of the International Association of Exhibitions and Events (IAEE).
What cheers you up?
Playing the piano – but not just any piano. I inherited my family’s player piano and can spend hours peddling away, churning out song after song while singing at the top of my voice. It never fails to lift my spirits.
What nicknames do you have/have you had?
JennyBogue—when I was in high school, my last name became attached to my first name in a way that basically turned them into one word. I am of “The Age of Jennifers” and my friends in college and the three Jennifers I lived with after college all went by their last names, except me. JennyBogue. No matter what happens in the future, I will always be JennyBogue!
What’s the coolest fireworks display you’ve ever seen?
When took my son for his first visit to the Magic Kingdom at Disney World, the fireworks at the end of the night were amazing. The music and lights swept us away and made us forget we were standing in the rain to watch. It was a wonderful way to end a very special day with my son and a moment I will always remember.
What was your very first car?
Metallic blue Mazda 323 with power nothing. I loved it because it was mine, but I certainly don’t miss cranking down those windows or the lack of power steering!