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Heidi Klotzman is the Founder and CEO of HeidnSeek Entertainment, LLC (HNS) and an award-winning events and marketing specialist. Under Klotzman’s creative direction, the HNS brand has become synonymous with Baltimore’s event planning and brand promotion culture. She has cultivated a following of thousands of professional subscribers to her weekly entertainment guide and advises them where to go and what to do for fun in the DMV area.

Klotzman has been recognized as one of the Most Influential Professionals in the Baltimore event field by Baltimore Magazine’s Power Issue, The Queen of Clubs by The Baltimore Sun, a Top Professional Under 35 by b newspaper and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, a Rising Star by Baltimore Business Journal and Living Classrooms Foundation, an Emerging Leader by The United Way of Central Maryland, a Very Important Professional Under 40 and a Leading Woman by The Daily Record, a Woman of Power by E Media, a Woman of The Year nominee by The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and a Community Game-changer by Cre-a-TV.

She has been invited on Baltimore CityBizList as a featured CEO, KHZTV Radio with Gina Geppi Social Scene, WCBM Radio for Women Talk Live, her alma mater, Roland Park Country School, on the young women’s entrepreneurial and diversity panels, her alma mater, Goucher College, on the subject of leadership talk, the Baltimore Music Conference for the Women in Entertainment Panel, the Successful Revolution Conference panel, and Maryland’s New Directions, Inc. to share her experience as an inspirational entrepreneur. She has also contributed as a writer to Wedding411 Magazine and Mobtown Music Guide.

She is the creator of Rock & Soul, Baltimore: The Live Music Showcase that honors the city’s promising young musicians and the Founder and Co-Host of the Jill of All Trades Union, a personal and professional support group for businesswomen. She mentors annually at the Cool Women, Hot Jobs summit at The Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women and served two years as a board member of Congressman Elijah Cummings’ Youth Program to Israel. She is currently a Maryland Music Award judge and a volunteer on the publicity committee at the National Alliance for Mental Illness. She is most fulfilled when activating her platform to raise awareness and donate resources and advertising to the charitable causes about which she is passionate in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland.


Chairperson, HeidnSeek Ent.
Chief Planner, HeidnSeek Bridal

Helene Klotzman-Miller has over 40 years of experience in the planning and promotion of special events and weddings as the events manager for the Maryland Food Bank, Pro Image Entertainment, her own event planning company, Eventfully Yours and at HeidnSeek Entertainment and Bridal.

Miller started out planning events at age 30. Her husband at the time was promoting concerts and she was entrusted to coordinate events for the celebrities during their stays. She planned themed parties for Alice Cooper, David Cassidy, Diana Ross, Earth Wind, & Fire, Liberace, Luther Vandross, Martin Lawrence, Teddy Pendergrass, Tom Jones, and Wayne Newton, among others.

Miller went on to work in more and more corporate and non profit events. She was the public relations and advertising consultant for Miss Baltimore’s Best Beauty Pageant. She coordinated the 100 Black Men event fundraiser at Martin’s West, featuring Peabo Bryson and planned ‘An Evening with Michael Feinstein’ at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall to benefit the Advocates of Children and Youth Organization.

Miller offers the versatility of having run everything from a 275 acre farm in Worthington valley to owning race horses to training a nationally renowned, show dog.

Today, Miller coordinates special events for HeidnSeek Entertainment, such as fundraisers for Playworks Maryland and the Oscars Baltimore Celebration to benefit the MICA film program. She enjoys planning weddings for her brides and assisting other wedding planners in their planning schedules.

She has sat on the entrepreneur panel at Maryland’s New Directions, Inc., was asked to be the announcer at the Meals on Wheels, Boscov’s event and mentors annually at the ‘Cool Women, Hot Jobs’ summit at The Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women. She has volunteered for decades collecting food and donations for shelters and churches.

Miller is a universally loved and respected woman and professional in her community. When she is not rescuing people, she is rescuing animals.