Chief Excitement Officer at Anything is Posh Able
Paula Wyatt is a native Floridian who is passionate about Orlando. Living up to her title as Chief Excitement Officer at Anything is Posh Able, she runs a boutique Image Building and Event Planning firm. She is the founder of a nonprofit organization called Posh Abilities, providing free event planning and public relations services to Central Florida nonprofit organizations. Working alongside some of Central Florida's most admired brands and nonprofit organizations, Paula has been building excitement in Central Florida since Valentine's Day 2008.
Popular on the Central Florida social media scene as Posh Able Paula, she is the energy behind the popular "Ten Interesting People (TIP) Lunch" concept and you can follow the fun on her blog: Orlando Newsroom where she reports on Interesting People and Exciting Places in Central Florida. In 2019 she launched An Empowering Night of Laughter - encouraging women to "get out of their comfort zones."
She shares innovative ideas and helpful hints on Event Planning, IMAGE Building, and Philanthropy via POSH University. She was a featured columnist for Orlando Life Magazine (People and Places with Paula). She can also be seen in the Orlando Business Journal, Orlando Style Magazine, Orlando Magazine, Orange Appeal, Orlando Sentinel, Biz Bash and CFN13.
Paula enthusiastically serves in a number of leadership and advisory roles in the Central Florida community including:
Paula enjoys connecting and sharing insights about events, marketing, and public relations. She has served as a guest lecturer at UCF School of Business, Full Sail University, UCF Rosen School of Hospitality Management, and Rollins College of Women's Studies. Her numerous speaking engagements have included groups such as PRSA Orlando (Public Relations Society of America), NACE (National Association of Catering and Events) and CFHLA (Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association).
Prior to founding Anything is Posh Able in 2008, she led corporate marketing efforts for Bright House Networks where she served as an integration point between marketing, public relations, and operations. She worked strategically with television networks in supporting their brands in the Orlando market among them: HBO, Showtime, The Disney Channel, Discovery Channel, Food Network, Playboy Network, and National Geographic Channel. She integrated with event promoters to execute live nationally televised Pay-Per-View events such as WWE and championship boxing events as well as managed a full calendar of Bright House-sponsored Central Florida festivals and event marketing concepts.
She was a finalist in the Biz Bash Reader's Choice Award for Best Social Event Planner of the Year. She was nominated for Orlando's 40 Under 40, Women to Watch, Women Who Mean Business, as well as the Girl Scout's Women of Distinction Award. On a personal note, Paula wore the title of Ms. Windermere as a contestant in the 2012 Ms. Corporate America Pageant and is a comical alumni of SAK University - IMPROV Lab.