Niki Eways

Producer, ALEF

 

Niki Eways, the face behind NIKIPEDIA, provides services in creative project management, production, programming, and stage management for private and corporate clients in the U.S. and around the globe.

With over 15 years of experience, NIKIPEDIA is uniquely positioned to lead a project from concept to final execution or to plug into an existing project team as an experienced liaison at any stage of the process.

NIKIPEDIA originated after ten years of event expertise working with clients and professionals at the top of their fields. Founder Niki Eways has resided in Los Angeles, Florence, Paris, New York, and now lists Boulder, Colorado as a home base from which she travels to produce stellar events and marketing programs. A network of talented vendors and strong personal relationships allows NIKIPEDIA to operate across the U.S. as well as far-flung locales such as Morocco and Japan to offer uniquely custom-tailored events. 
 
Niki's roster of productions includes some truly eye-popping events: gala dinners for four thousand, Tony Bennett’s 80th birthday party, a million dollar custom carnival, a private island wedding, a four-day desert island music festival and many more incredible productions, each one unique in its art direction and vision. Peppered among the professional work are Niki’s other odd achievements and talents: first-place wins at the iconic Coney Island Mermaid parade, random costume prizes, and a strange ability to chop coconuts. With a hatchet.

 

Non-profit Organization

Tax Exempt Status: 501(c)(3)  EIN 32-0241204 July 2012

AFC+A USA

 

Address: 1942 Broadway St., Suite 210

Boulder, Colorado 80302

Contact: Irene Vilar, Founder & CEO

Phone. 303.330.6597

Email: irene@americasforconservation.org

AFC+A Puerto Rico Offices

 

AFC+A Metro

P.O. Box 13934

San Juan, Puerto Rico. 00908

AFC+A Sur

4 Calle Santo Domingo

Yauco, Puerto Rico 00678

 

Contact: Jonathan Cintron, Director PR

cintron@americasforconservation.org

Initial design by Rafael Lopez / Manage and updates by Jonathan Cintrón

©2019 Americas For Conservation + The Arts

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