A native of the Emerald Coast, Beth Clavier feels a great connection to our area and is happy to be back home, doing what she loves. Having had a career in entertainment spanning over two decades, the industry has taken her far and full circle.
From her humble beginnings as a 20-year-old theater volunteer, to managing the annual marquis events at NBC Universal in Orlando, to opening a dynamic entertainment resort in Singapore, Clavier is thrilled to be a full-time Emerald Coast resident again.
Her early career included working for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), staging a range of large-scale productions including the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, the Ice! sculpture event for Gaylord Palms and well over 100 live music concerts.
In her previous role with Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore, Clavier was on the opening team as an Entertainment Production Manager for the resort as a whole, as well as the Universal Studios Singapore theme park, S.E.A. Aquarium as well as the Maritime Museum within it.
Clavier says that she lives to see people enjoying themselves and strives to create and execute events that help people escape, while at the same time benefiting our community by raising funds to expose our local children to quality cultural arts experiences.
You can find Clavier behind the scenes as the Production Manager for Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation as well.
Adventure and travel is how this event planner recharges, as she is always on a mission to experience something new. She really enjoys finding the solace in nature with her wife, Rio, and their daughter, Haegen, and loves spending time with her family when she’s not behind the scenes at your favorite event.