23 Layers Team

Dreamers. Doers.
  • “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”

    – Steve Jobs


    Founder + CEO

    Jessica Boskoff

    Based out of New York, Jessica Boskoff is the Founder and CEO of Twenty Three Layers – an award winning Global Event Production + Design Agency. From concept creation to execution, Jessica is a visionary with a mind for planning remarkable events. With her 14+ years of experience working within the industry, combined with her deep knowledge of production + design, Jessica has quickly become a recognized innovator in the industry.

    Boskoffs strong pull towards events began in hospitality, where she resided as the Event + F&B Manager at Soho House New York. The love for long shifts, the people, the experiences, and the challenges, became building blocks for her future endeavors.

    Moving into the world of start-ups, Boskoff took a position as the Vice President of Member Experiences for boutique lifestyle + concierge firm, Four Hundred. Over the next 5 years, as growth continued and the firm expanded, she left Four Hundred to become an entrepreneur, which led to the birth of 23 Layers. Catering to both social and corporate events, Boskoff and her team have since been creating unique experiences, unexpected design, and seamless production for clients like Google, AirBnB, Glossier, Sephora, Spotify, Pandora, Slack, PHM, and more.

    “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”

    – Steve Jobs


  • “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible”

    – Walt Disney

    Director of Operations

    Kira Drumm

    Kira brings more than a decade of work experience in hospitality and event leadership to her role at 23 Layers. She has a proven ability to lead teams and processes to drive business. From training and developing staff and overseeing budgets, to envisioning fresh and forward-thinking initiatives, she excels at managing operations, propelling revenue enhancement, and stimulating maximum levels of client satisfaction.

    After graduating from Johnson and Wales University, armed with a degree in Event Management, Kira joined the team at Creative Edge Parties in NYC. There, she honed her skills in event production, operations, and new business development. During her tenure at CEP, Kira’s creativity and vision earned her praise from many iconic brands, notables and celebrities, and numerous Michelin Star chefs that she was fortunate to work closely with.

    An opportunity to expand her skills further came with an offer to take an executive leadership role at PUBLIC hotel, working directly with world-renowned hotelier Ian Schrager of Studio 54 fame. There Kira built an event operations department from inception and developed company standards and practices for the PUBLIC brand. She reorganized operations and established teams in preparation for relaunching post Pandemic.

    Joining the Twenty Three Layers team as Director of Operations, Kira is excited to return to the world of experiential events. She brings with her a well-established ability to work closely with clients and build successful collaborative relationships as well as promote and maintain brand awareness.

    “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible”

    – Walt Disney

  • “The path to innovation begins with curiosity”

    – Robert Iger


    Senior Designer

    Carolina Guillen

    Carolina is a multidisciplinary designer with a background in Graphic, Exhibition, and Experiential Design. What she enjoys the most about being a designer is the power to develop ideas, communicate, and transform storyboards into reality. 

    The world of events has helped Carolina break boundaries of 2D digital/print; inspire and create strong, enjoyable, and meaningful moments. She is an experienced designer with regards to styling, identity design, photoshoot production, virtual and in-person events, and is always looking to design forward-thinking experiences.

    Carolina has worked on building her professional background by taking design and event planning courses in London and has also received a Master’s Degree in Life Coaching. Most recently she has graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with another Master’s in Exhibition and Experience Design. As a Senior Designer at Twenty Three layers, her future goals are to create unique experiences and tell a story where the audience can identify, learn, and connect. Twenty Three Layers lends itself to being a space for creatives, by providing the platform to achieve this vision.

    “The path to innovation begins with curiosity”

    – Robert Iger


  • “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”

    -Maya Angelou

    Associate Producer

    Kate Osborne

    Originally from Syracuse, New York, Kate made her way to NYC in 2017 after graduating from Marist College with a B.A. in Communications Journalism and found herself in the organized chaos of the Events Industry.

    Kate’s background encompasses working across multiple verticles within the event space. Her work experience includes handling show production + guest flow experience for New York Fashion Week, producing for Rolls-Royce Concours d’Elegance, and working with Rodan + Fields Elite Member Circle in Cannes and Barcelona, where she created a series of unique experiences for their top producing consultants. Kate has also worked alongside the L’Oréal brand umbrella, where she’s executed events at Matrix hair shows with top Artist Directors.

    As Associate Producer at Twenty Three Layers, Kate brings a passion for event production, thriving off of the late nights and early morning load-ins/outs. She brings venue and talent management experience, working with speakers such as Bill Gates, Mark Cuban, and Tiffani Thiessen at corporate conferences. Her expertise lies in high-touch experiences + top-notch service, appreciating how each event gives her the opportunity to let her creative side expand.

    “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”

    -Maya Angelou

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