Yasmin Roberts

Dyslexia and Dyspraxia were once difficult to cope with. Teachers didn't really get it, so feedback was deflating. Sports days were a worst nightmare. But you can either allow it to consume you, or you can own it, sometimes laugh at it, and always grow with it. So I began to accept my mistakes, learn from them and move on. I cultivated powers of self-motivation. I developed a work-ethic that many can't come close to. My whole journey has made me who I am, and I'm proud of that. Overcoming those barriers has DELIVERED EXCEPTIONAL.

Yasmin joined Nteractive with a degree in International Hospitality Management and an international award for hotel operations, tactics and strategy already under her belt. Working at the luxurious Landmark Hotel in London gave her a keen eye for detail, which she makes full use of when supporting the team in the office, pre-event and onsite. When she's not jetting off around the world, Yasmin loves to showcase her expert culinary skills to friends and family.

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