Misa Phutsangdee (PUT- SANG- DEE, basically remove the H and it is phonetic). Or Misa “P” wears a couple hats here at MISS. First and foremost she is our social media maven with Facebook as her specialty. In her real-life job as founder and owner of Miss Go To Girl, she works with her clients on finding solutions for everyday issues- often in the home, so she will be offering MISS readers advice on many household conundrums. Misa will also be creating a series of ‘On the Job” interviews visible on our youtube page, to help women get the insider’s scoop on what it’s like to be a specific type of career. And finally she is our event coordinator, she can handle the entire process with ease, from guest lists, to planning and execution. We are grateful to have Misa on board. Here’s a bit more about her …
Born: Bay Area!
Loves: Red lipstick and reality T.V. shows
Favorite Location: My bedroom; clean sheets, six pillows and a magazine =HEAVEN!
Nail Color: OPI “I Think In Pink”
Lipstick brand/color? “Strong Woman” by MAC
Guilty Pleasure: RHONJ (real housewives of New Jersey) a train wreck that I just can’t walk away from…
Book: A Place of Yes, by Betheny Frankel
Vice: I drink Uyen’s fish sauce. Don’t ask, don’t tell!
Weather: Warm enough to tan, cool enough to stay long enough for a tan
Sushi or Burger: SUSHI!
Favorite word? AMAZEBALLS
Heart belongs to My one and only son, Micah Gabriel
Motto? “When the world says give up, hope whispers try it one more time.”
Family? My hubby’s name is Charlee, we met 8 years ago when I was 20 years old at our home church in Novato. The best years of my life, as in, he took the best years of my life! We tied the knot two years later and then welcomed our son Micah when I was 23. It was the most and only traditional thing I have ever done in my crazy life.
Any crazy planning experiences? It was actually my first time as a “Day Of” wedding coordinator. There were 265+ guests and it was a cultural mix wedding with traditional Vietnamese rituals and the blend of an American wedding. The most chaotic part of the evening, was the guest list. How do you politely communicate to these guests who were over an hour late to the reception dinner and brought their friends who weren’t on the guest list and then wanted to re-arrange the seating chart that’s not how it works?! By the way, I don’t speak Vietnamese and I’m not sure how well they understood my English. It was great experience for my first wedding because every wedding after that was a piece of cake!