Wedding Planning Course

Wedding Planning Course Mentors

  • Sandra Serrant

    Sandra Serrant

    Sandra Serrant has been a New York City based Events Professional for over a decade. She has planned, coordinated and executed a variety of events ranging from multi-day national conferences and fundraisers to large weddings, galas and other social events.

  • Jocelyn Didier Clisti

    Jocelyn Didier Clisti

    Jocelyn Didier Clisti has eight plus years of event planning and strategic business advisement. Jocelyn’s endeavors have included creative and extravagant children’s themed events. For six years, Jocelyn partnered with an established local wedding coordinator and contributed as co-coordinator and creative assistant. Jocelyn is also active in her support of small businesses and is an active advocate of Woman and Minorities in Business (WMBE).

  • Regina Cialone

    Regina Cialone

    Regina Cialone is the owner of Cloud Nove Events LLC, which is an NYC based event-planning company. She has executed affairs at many notable venues throughout New York City and Long Island including Central Park Boathouse, The Foundry, The Metropolitan Building, Kontokosta Winery, Bedell Vineyards and Oheka Castle. She has guest lectured at FIT and teaches at NYU.

  • Xochitl Gonzalez

    Xochitl Gonzalez

    Xochitl Gonzalez is co-founder of a successful New York-based event design and wedding planning business, AaB Creates, formerly “Always a Bridesmaid.” She also has extensive experience in corporate event planning and has been featured on the television show, “Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?”

About Our Mentor Program

  • The New York Institute of Art and Design is the only online school that gives you access to a professional designer who will act as your teacher and mentor.
  • You will benefit from a personal relationship just like you would get in the classroom. Our mentors are there to answer your questions via phone or email at every turn.
  • In addition, you will submit projects throughout the course which will be evaluated by your teacher. They are there to help you improve as you master the craft.