LeakyCon Goes ‘Cross the Pond!

Click on the image to learn more about LeakyCon and my involvement with the organization!

Click on the image to learn more about LeakyCon and my involvement with the organization!

Harry Potter is coming home! For the first time ever, LeakyCon, a Harry Potter fan conference, will be going to London, England.

The staff made an announcement at LeakyCon 2012 in Chicago, shocking fans with the news that LeakyCon would be hosting not one, but TWO conferences in 2013.  In June, fans will gather in Portland, Oregon. LeakyCon London will take place in August.

For LeakyCon London, I am working with the Project Management team. We focus on staff communication, thinking of ways to improve communication on-site. We also help research ideas for fun guest activities. Generally, as a member of the Project Management team, I help all of the other teams make this conference totally awesome!

Working on this project is a unique opportunity for me to see all areas of the event planning process. From researching possible staff meal options, to compiling information for a staff newsletter, I am finding out what it takes to run an international conference.

There is still a lot of information yet to be released about LeakyCon London. Fans are anxiously awaiting what magic the staff has in store.

Let me help you pack for LeakyCon!

Wanna see where LeakyCon has been in years past? Check out this timeline of LeakyCon history!

Click on the image to see where LeakyCon has been in the past!

Click on the image to interact more with this Then and Now timeline!

-The Memory Maker

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