About Us

Kim Dault, Principal


A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Kim has spent her career working for various tech companies as well as independently as a Marketing and Event Manager. Mainly focused in the realm of video technology since her beginnings at WebTV, she’s since managed various projects small and large, from intimate dinners and policy briefings to large international industry trade shows, and a multitude of marketing communications projects. 

Nothing gives her greater satisfaction than seeing a challenging project come together with smooth and successful execution. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Law and Society from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Kim is an active volunteer in her community focusing on initiates supporting environmental issues and sustainable agriculture. She is a member of the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC) and Slow Food International. She is passionate about entertainment and can often be found out listening to live music.

The Business

Good Sense Events is a full-service event production resource and trusted collaboration partner. We have the expertise to strategize on your vision and provide peace of mind throughout the process. We focus on the value of producing successful event experiences to build strong relationships with stakeholders. Our programs have included executive engagements, conferences, seminars, international industry trade shows, product launches, press conferences, general meetings, award ceremonies, and social events. We began with the idea to cultivate and celebrate the relationship between organizations and their event experiences, working to thoroughly understand our clients.

We pride ourselves on a stellar reputation for understanding the high-tech business environment, being consciously creative in our work, and mindful of budgetary considerations.  

Areas of Expertise 

  • Facilitation of team collaboration
  • Venue research and selection
  • Food and Beverage planning
  • Program and agenda creation
  • Speaker selection
  • Vendor and resource relationship management
  • Hotel contract negotiations
  • Logistics planning and communications
  • Budget management 
  • On-site event oversight

Marketing Communications and Event Planning network includes: 

  • Public Relations
  • Photographers, videographers, producers and editors
  • Audio Visual experts
  • Catering companies
  • Musicians and DJs 
  • Trade show design and construction agencies
  • Presenters, crowd gatherers, entertainers, models
  • Transportation and shipping experts