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Margaret Daniels

PhD, Clemson University
Professor
Academic Program Coordinator, Tourism and Events Management

Contact Information

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Phone: (703) 993-4279
Fax: (703) 993-2025

Maggie Daniels's website

George Mason University, Prince William Campus
Bull Run Hall 201B
10900 University Blvd
MS 4E5
Manassas, VA 20110

Profile

Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Daniels has conducted extensive fieldwork in the areas of tourism planning and policy, supply resource promotion, wedding planning and event management as pertaining to local economic development. She partners with agencies in the Washington DC metropolitan area to assist them with event and tourism implementation and evaluation. She is currently the lead investigator on a series of collaborative studies with the National Park Service regarding the National Mall and Memorial Parks Management Plan. Dr. Daniels is a prolific researcher and has a combination of over 100 published papers, book chapters, professional presentations and technical reports to her credit. She has spearheaded research in the niche event area of wedding consulting and has an award-winning book entitled Wedding Planning and Management: Consultancy for Diverse Clients, 2nd Edition (2014) written with Carrie Loveless and published by Routledge. In 2008, Maggie was named one of Modern Bride magazines 25 Trendsetters along with Oscar de la Renta, Tiffany & Co. and other top wedding experts. Just a few of the media outlets that have featured Maggies tourism, event and wedding expertise include ABC Nightline News, MSNBC, United Press International, Fox 45 News, the Washington Post, the DC Examiner, US News and World Report, Washingtonian.com and SmartMoney.com.

Research Interests

  • Tourism planning and policy
  • Wedding planning
  • Local economic development
  • Economic impact analysis
  • Sports tourism
  • Event planning, implementation and evaluation

Recent Publications

 

 

Wedding Planning and Management: Consultancy for Diverse Clients

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