Directed by Amy Rubel, who has more than 20 years of experience, Rubel Event Management, LLC is a full-service event management and consulting company that will help you create your dream event. From concept to budget to day-of logistics, we handle and oversee all aspects and details of your special event, working with the most exceptional vendors in the marketplace, so you can relax and celebrate.
Rubel Event Management is owned and operated by Amy Rubel. Amy started her career in fundraising and later developed considerable expertise in planning non-profit special events. Amy has worked for some of New York City’s most prestigious arts organizations including Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and New York City Center. Amy has also worked for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital. During her tenure with these organizations, Amy organized lavish fundraising galas for 1000+ people, intimate dinners for 20, educational seminars, walk-a-thons, corporate honoree dinners and theater benefits. Shortly after planning her son’s bar mitzvah, Amy decided it was time to pursue her dream of starting her own event planning business and Rubel Event Management, LLC was born.
Amy has a degree in Music Management and Voice Performance from the Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford. She resides in Maplewood, NJ with her husband, teenage son and their two dogs. She is an avid theater goer, a classically-trained lyric coloratura soprano, an amateur chef and an advocate for acts of kindness.
“Be kinder than is necessary. Because it is not enough to be kind, one should be kinder than needed”. R.J. Palacio, Wonder
Some fun facts about Amy:
- Sang in the North American premiere of Paul McCartney's Liverpool Oratorio at Carnegie Hall. The Harlem Boys Choir sang, too -- they had no idea who Sir Paul was (sigh).
- Loves non-fiction books, especially memoirs.
- Grew up on Long Island.
- Knows the lyrics to virtually 1000s of songs in the musical theater catalog.
- Once had to special order Sierra Pale Ale for Paul Newman who was attending an event she planned.