About Laura S. Raisch
Michigan-based Laura Raisch has been planning events for over 20 years. A former ballet dancer, Laura has always been a fan of creating magic for others and believes magic is in the details.
Laura’s talents in event planning range from superstar gala events that featured celebrities such as Aretha Franklin, Jeff Daniels, and Smokey Robinson to donor/patron events and board meetings, planning and executing trips to New York City – Broadway, and weddings.
Focused on every detail, Laura was a creative powerhouse for Bassett & Bassett Communication Managers and Counselors as their Strategic Events Manager, creating unique C-Suite events; annual meetings, open houses, and conferences.
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