Plan Management explained: Disability Loop NDIS workshop 5 of 6 (Bendigo)

Plan Management explained: Disability Loop NDIS workshop 5 of 6 (Bendigo)
Event on 2017-02-22 09:30:00
The Australian Federation of Disability Organisations (AFDO) Disability Loop project is very fortunate to have received support through the Victorian Government's NDIS Transition Support Package to run the six NDIS Understanding workshops directly for people with disability and families across key regional areas in Victoria, now in Bendigo. NDIS Understanding Workshops Over three days from 20 February 2017, people with disability and their families in the Bendigo area will be able to get detailed information on the NDIS in a series of free half day workshops. These workshops will also be available early 2017 in Horsham and Wodonga. Make sure you are subscribed to the Disability Loop eNews so you find out where they are coming to next. The NDIS Understanding series are workshops that provide the information and resources people with disability and their families need about the NDIS. These are particularly important now that the NDIS is beginning to fully roll out across Australia. If you want more information about the NDIS, this series of workshops is a must. Do I need to pay to attend the workshops? These workshops are free for people with disability and their families. If your organisation would like to assist multiple people with disability and/or families to register, please contact AFDO Disability Loop on (03) 9662 3324, or email disabilityloop@afdo.org.au before registering.
 Workshop 5 of 6: Plan Management explained All Participants need to manage the money part of their NDIS Plan. This session discusses the pros and cons of the options available. Be better prepared to choose the best option for you, and maybe think about a transition to self-management. There are six (6) half day NDIS Understanding workshops: How does the NDIS work? Improve your understanding about how the NDIS works. This session provides an overview of the NDIS with a focus on access and planning. [flyer] Reasonable and necessary It can be hard to understand what ‘reasonable and necessary’ supports means in the NDIS. This session helps explain it clearly with examples and activities. [flyer] Planning and standing strong The NDIS Planning process is important but can be complicated. This session breaks down the steps so you can get ready for your NDIS First Plan. [flyer] I have my Plan, what now? People with disability have choice and control over how they use their supports in the NDIS. This session talks about making all the decisions needed to put a Plan into action. [flyer] Plan Management explained All Participants need to manage the money part of their NDIS Plan. This session discusses the differences, as well as the pros and cons of the options available. [flyer] Is self-management for me? Self-management of an NDIS Plan is not as hard as many people think. It could be a good choice, and this session helps you come to a decision. [flyer] The Bendigo workshops will be held over three days 20, 21, 22 February 2017 at Quest Bendigo Central as follows: 20 February 9:30am – 12:30pm Workshop 1 How does the NDIS work? [register] 20 February 1:30pm – 4:30pm Workshop 2 Reasonable and necessary [register] 21 February 9:30am – 12:30pm Workshop 3 Planning and standing strong [register] 21 February 1:30pm – 4:30pm Workshop 4 I have my Plan, what now? [register] 22 February 9:30am – 12:30pm Workshop 5 Plan Management explained [register] 22 February 1:30pm – 4:30pm Workshop 6 Is self-management for me? [register] People are welcome to register for some or all of the workshops. FAQs Will AFDO Disability Loop provide accessibility supports? For AFDO Disability Loop, accessibility is a priority. All workshops are held in accessible environments with accessible bathrooms in the same venue. When registering for the workshops, there is an option to tell us your accessibility needs. For example, AFDO can provide live captioning, Auslan interpreting, material in electronic formats, and other accessibility supports when they are required. If you have any specific requests not listed on the registration form, please contact us and we can assist you where possible. Will food be provided at the event? Yes. For those attending a session in the morning, morning tea and lunch will be provided. For those attending afternoon sessions, lunch (if you arrive before the start time) and afternoon tea will be provided. For those attending the entire day, morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea will be provided. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can call AFDO Disability Loop on (03) 9662 3324, or email disabilityloop@afdo.org.au

at Quest Bendigo Central
228 McCrae Street
Bendigo, Australia

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Tony Law: A Law Undo His-Elf What Welcome

Tony Law: A Law Undo His-Elf What Welcome
Event on 2017-02-24 00:00:00
Multi award-winning comedian, Tony Law returns to London with a brand new hour of the inimitable surreal comedy-art that has made him one of the most celebrated live performers in the UK. In A Law Undo His-elf What Welcome, Tony Law is closer than ever to nonsense nirvana. Behold the comedy event horizon. Without a hint of a joke, this powerful show has achieved a sort of comedy which aims at making no sense at all and yet, and yet, and yet it means everything. Every dog damned thing ever. Science called and they want their goal back. Law has burst the net. You will feel sick with awe. You will barf wonder. "This show is a code. The words are all jumbled up but when you put them in the right order the wormhole opens up. Nothing is the same anymore. You can't call this comedy. This isn't comedy.. It's something else.. It's ..OTHER." Anthony Johnston Law Tony Law is a three-time Chortle Award winner, Amused Moose Best Show winner and Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee. His extensive TV and radio credits include: Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One), Celebrity Squares (ITV), Have I Got News For You (BBC One), Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two), Heading Out (BBC Two), The Culture Show (BBC Two), Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe (BBC Two), Edinburgh Nights (BBC Two), 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4), The Alternative Comedy Experience (Comedy Central), Tony Law's Surreal Guide To Surreal Comedy (Radio 4 Extra), Loose Ends and Infinite Monkey Cage (Radio 4).

at Soho Theatre Co
21 Dean Street
The West End, United Kingdom

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PMG Lunch Program – Social Media Photography

PMG Lunch Program – Social Media Photography
Event on 2017-02-16 12:00:00
Join us for the first PMG Lunch Program of 2017. Learn how to create your own photos that capture your brand, tell a story and sell your product/service.   In this lunch program you will learn Best Practices for telling your brand story on social media through photography. We will share the basics of composition, lighting, what to shoot, getting creative, best social networks to share for different types of businesses, etc. The first half will include a panel with: Coco Tafoya is the Creative Director and owner of Deluxemodern Design Studio in Sonoma County. She specializes in photostyling, brand + packaging design, interior styling, and visual communications for clients and companies worldwide. Find her work on deluxemoderndesign.com. Erin Rose Opperman is an Art Director, Visual Designer and Creative Strategist in Sonoma County. She focuses on brand strategy, marketing concepts, and creating community through engaging content. Find her work on erinrosecreative.com. With our MC for the day, Shana Bull, PMG Events Chair & Secretary, and Social Marketing Stragteist / Photographer working with wine, food, technology, and marketing agencies.                                                  Coco Tafoya                                                 Erin Rose Opperman     The second half of the program will be a workshop best practices for photos. Bring your smartphones, or regular cameras because we will provide quick tips on photo styling (this is not a course on how to use your camera).    Lunch will be provided by PMG Legacy Sponsor, the North Bay Business Journal.  The event location is provided by Green Valley Consulting Engineers.       Not yet a PMG Member? Click HERE to join and receive access to an entire year of educational programs, mixers (including this one), conference discounts, and more.

at North Coast Builders Exchange
1030 Apollo Way
Santa Rosa, United States

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Joseph Priestley Society: Rachel King

Joseph Priestley Society: Rachel King
Event on 2017-03-16 11:30:00
CHF is pleased to welcome Rachel King, CEO, GlycoMimetics. King will present “Reflections on Building a Biotech Company: The Story (so far!) of GlycoMimetics.” King will tell the story of GlycoMimetics (GMI) from its founding, through the company’s initial public offering, to the present day. GMI has three drug candidates currently in clinical testing: rivipansel, being tested in sickle-cell disease; GMI-1271, being tested in acute myelogenous leukemia and multiple myeloma; and GMI-1359, which is being considered for testing in a range of cancers. She will discuss the ups, the downs, and the challenges of building a company in this industry and will share reflections on the importance of the work done in biotechnology. Event Schedule 11:30 a.m. – Networking Reception 12:15 p.m. – Luncheon 1:00 p.m. – Keynote Address  About the Speaker Rachel King is cofounder and CEO of GlycoMimetics, Inc. (GMI), a biotechnology company that raised over million in venture capital financing, entered into a major strategic partnership with Pfizer, and went public in early 2014. Before founding GMI she was an executive in residence at New Enterprise Associates, one of the nation’s leading venture capital firms. King came to New Enterprise Associates after serving as a senior vice president of Novartis Corporation. Before joining Novartis, she spent 10 years with Genetic Therapy, Inc., through the company’s early stage, initial public offering, and eventual sale to Novartis. After the sale she was named CEO and ran the company as a wholly owned subsidiary of Novartis. King also worked previously at ALZA Corporation in Palo Alto, California, and at Bain and Company in Boston. She is the immediate past chair of the board of the Biotechnology Innovation Association (BIO) and continues to serve on BIO’s Executive Committee. She also served as chair of the Maryland Life Sciences Advisory Board under Governor Martin O’Malley and now serves on the board of directors of Warp Drive Bio and of the University of Maryland BioPark. King received her BA degree from Dartmouth College and her MBA from the Harvard Business School. The Joseph Priestley Society (JPS) lecture series explores topics in science, technology, and industry through professional networking receptions and lectures by industry leaders. More information For more information about this event, please contact Sarah Reisert at 215.873.8263 or sreisert@chemheritage.org.

at Chemical Heritage Foundation
315 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, United States

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Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit: Washington 2017

Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summit: Washington 2017
Event on 2017-04-21 08:00:00
2017 is the sixth year of the Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summits. The summits have become the go-to and most respected marketing and communications conferences in the Mid-Atlantic region. The full-day events are held in the Spring in the DC region and in the Fall in Baltimore. They bring together hundreds of marketing and communications executives throughout the region to discuss high-level issues through a series of panels, keynotes, presentations, exhibits and networking.  The summits are co-produced by two of the most respected news organizations in the region: Potomac Tech Wire, the region’s source for technology news; and Capitol Communicator, the region’s source for marketing and communications news. Themes focus on the latest ideas, technologies and trends in the ever-changing world of marketing. Topics include: metrics, mobile, social, big data, marketing automation, online video campaigns, experiential advertising, and much more. You should attend if you are a CMO, brand marketer, marketing executive, public relations professional, entrepreneur, investor, technologist, creative director, media planner or publisher. 2016 Agenda (2017 TBA) 8:00 – 9:00Registration, Breakfast and Exhibits 9:00 – 9:45CMO Roundtable: The Big Picture For 2016 Shana Glenzer, CMO, Make OfficesMichael Lees, CMO,  MetaLogixTrevor Lynn, CMO, Social Tables 9:45 – 10:15Keynote: “The Untapped Social Economy”Rick Rudman, CEO, Tracx 10:15 – 10:45Coffee Break and Exhibits 10:45 – 11:10Fireside Chat: Seth Goldman, Co-founder, Honest Tea 11:15 – 11:40“Lead Scoring: The Science of Prospecting”Michael Al-Megdad, Product Manager, Real Magnet 11:15 – 12:10Panel: “What’s Hot in Sports Marketing”Patrick Duffy, SVP, Monumental Sports & EntertainmentKristine Friend, Vice President, Brand Marketing, Washington NationalsMike Schoenbrun, Chief Revenue Officer, D.C. UnitedModerator: Matt White, Chairman and CEO, WHITE64 11:15 – 12:10Panel: “On Deadline: How to Best Connect with Reporters?”Jim Bach, Staff Reporter, Washington Business JournalGeorge Jackson, Managing Producer, Government Matters ABC7Rob Pegoraro, Columnist, Yahoo! TechJordan Robertson, Tech Reporter, BloombergModerator: Tom Resau, SVP, W2 Communications 11:45 – 12:10“Are Your Reports Wrong? How to Use Google Analytics The Right Way” Louis Belpaire, Director of Analytics, Silverback Strategies 12:15 – 12:45Fireside Chat: “How One Local Company Rocked The Super Bowl With A Creative Ad Buy” Basim Mansour, President, Michael & Son 12:45 – 1:45Lunch 1:45 – 2:10 “I Became a Content Marketer Last Year: Now What?”Greg Kihlström, CEO, Carousel30 1:45 – 2:10“Individual Ad Targeting on Facebook, Google and Beyond”Sue Zoldak, Founder, The Zoldak Agency 1:45– 2:45Panel: “Video in a Social, Mobile and VR World”Mark DeVito, President and Chief Creative Officer, The Gigawatt GroupAaron Schwartzbard, CTO, Frameless TechnologiesKeith Jodoin, Founder, Sapling PicturesModerator: Elizabeth Shea, CEO, SpeakerBox Communications 2:15 – 2:45“Atlas Brew Works: The Craft of Brand Storytelling”Justin Cox, Founder and CEO, Atlas Brew Works 2:15 – 2:45Hope Motivates More than FearBruce Lee, Chief Creative Partner, InterplanetaryAndy Semons, Strategic Planning Partner, Interplanetary 2:45 – 3:15Coffee Break, Atlas Beer Tasting and Exhibits 3:15 – 3:45Keynote: David Beebe, VP of Creative and Content Marketing, Marriott 3:15 – 3:45“Building Reach & Credibility in the B2G Market in 2016 & Beyond”Julie Murphy, Partner and SVP, Sage Communications 3:50 – 4:15“Online Reviews – An Extension of Your Offline Culture & Reputation”Gabrielle Traff, VP, Marketing, Next Day BlindsBrian Patterson, Co-founder, Go Fish Digital 3:50 – 4:15“The Power of Narratives and What Presidential Candidates’ Websites Can Teach Us”Deb Lavoy, Founder and CEO, Narrative Builders 3:50 – 4:45“Let’s Cut to the Chase: Here’s What Sales Needs from Marketing Today”Brian Green, SVP, Sales & Solution Development, Learning Tree InternationalDarrell Gehrt,‎Vice President of Sales, CrowdCompass by CventBryan Mowell, VP of Sales, ADPModerator: Fred Diamond, Co-Founder, Institute for Excellence in Sales 4:20 – 4:45“Growing Members, Growing Associations”Henry Stoever, CMO, National Association of Corporate Directors 4:20 – 4:45“Measuring Marketing Success as a SaaS Company”Matt Howard, SVP of Marketing, Sonatype 4:45 – 5:15Cocktail Reception Agenda Legend Networking Keynote Presentation Panel   Who Attends: Over 60% of attendees from past MAMS were senior-level executives. The following is a partial list of companies that have attended past Mid-Atlantic Marketing Summits: 11mark, 3D Technologies Ltd, 3Pillar Global, 4GreenPs, 501digital, LLC, 522 Productions, 60iMedia, A&T, AAJ Interactive Technologies, Achieva, Acquia, Acumen Solutions, Inc., Affigent, LLC, AgendaPop, Aha Media Group, AIA, AirPatrol, AKQA, Alexander & Tom, Inc, Alexandria Economic Development Partnership, Alexander and Tom, Inc., Altus Group, American Public University System, American Red Cross National Headquarters, American Solutions for Business, American University, AMi Direct, Angel, AOL, Inc, API,Apiphany, Apkudo,, Apptix, Aquent, Architektos Design, Arlington County, Arlington Healthcare Group, Aronson LLC, Art of Digital Prominence, Association of Perfrorming Arts Presenters, AT&T, Atlantic, Atlas Brew Works, Atlas Restaurant Group, Aurigma, Inc., AvalonBay Communities, Inc., Avectra, Avendi, B. Neil, Balance Interactive, Base Three, Base Three, Bates Creative, Bean, Kinney & Korman, Beddow PR Consulting, Berger Video, Best Bark Communications, Best Bark Media, BGE HOME, BH Media LLC, BIA/Kelsey, Biblical Archaeology Society, Bio-Trac Program, BizTech, Blackboard Inc, BLINQ, BLipsy & Assoc, Blue House, Blue Shamrock Communications, Blue Water, Bluetext, Booz Allen Hamilton, BOSCOBEL, Bozzuto, BrabenderCox, Bracewell & Giuliani LLP, BRAVO! Events, Brazen Careerist, Bridgeline Digital, Brightline, British Embassy, Brivo, BSI Americas, Buckley & Kaldenbach Inc., Burke & Herbert Bank, BurrellesLuce, Burwell Group, Business Transformations, Business Wire, Byles And Associates, Cadmus, Callahan & Associates, Campaigns and Elections, Candice Bennett & Associates, Capital One, Capital Post Production, CareFirst, Carousel30, Carpathia Hosting, Inc., CEB, Celerity, Centro, Cerebral Lounge, CH Potomac, CHIEF, Cision, CIT, Citizant,Citybizlist, Clare Advisors, LLC, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech, Clean Cuts Music, Clements Worldwide, Clepper Media Consultants, LLC, Clipper Magazine (a Gannett Company), Cloud Opx, Clurman Global Content, CMG PARTNERS, Cobalt, Comcast, Comcast Spotlight, CompuGain, Computer CORE, Compuware, Concord USA, ConnellyWorks, Inc., Consilio, Constellation New Energy, Convergent Wealth Advisors, Conversant, Cooler Heads Intelligence, CortaniMorrison Advertising and PR, CoStar Group, Coverent, CQ Roll Call,Create Digital, Creative Group, CroppMetcalfe Services, Crosby Marketing, CRT/tanaka, CSC, CSG Creative, CSOD, TRAK, Plex, & Trackmaven, Custom Fitness Concepts, CustomInk, CV Consulting, Cvent, CyberTurf Strategic Media, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Cyveillance, D S Simon, Daniel Merino Photography, Data Tactics Corporation, DB Consulting, DC Markets, Decision Lens, DexOne, DFT, Diamond Strategic Marketing, DigiLink, Inc., Digital Prism Advisors, DigitalGlobe, Dirxion LLC, Divvy Cloud, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, DLA Piper, DLT Solutions, DMI, Donna Arbogast & Associates, Dovel Technologies, Inc., DPR Group, Dreamscape Medical, DrFirst, DuPont Fabros Technology, Earth Networks – WeatherBug, EcomNets, Edge Hosting, LLC, Edison Partners, Edison Ventures, EdLogics, Edwin Remsberg Photographs, Ellucian, Emergent Element, Employment Enterprises, Inc., ENC Strategy, EnergizeGrowth LLC, Entrepreneurs' Organization, Environics Communications, eTERA Consulting, EventKloud, EventRebels, Everclear, EverFi, Evolve Communications, ExactTarget, Executech Strategic Consulting DoD National Defense iCollege, ExxonMobil, Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, Fairfax County EDA, Feld Entertainment, Fierce Markets, Fishbowl, Fleishman Hillard, FotoDC, Frameless Technologies, Frank Strategic Marketing, Freddie Mac, freedom, Friends Life Community, FrontPoint Security, Fuel Education, Gaia Group, Gannett, GED Testing Service, George Washington University, George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens, Geostellar, Inc, GlobalSpec, Go Fish Digital, Google, Government Executive Media Group, Grab Networks, Graduate School USA, Grafik Marketing Communications, GROWTHincite, GSE Systems, Inc., GWPI, GXS, Gyro, H2M Growth, H9 Interactive LLC, hagen inc, Hanley Wood, Harmony Information Systems, Harris, Havit, HBP, Inc., Heimlich Group, Henninger Media Services, Inc., Hickory Cluster Conservancy, Higher Logic, Hinge, HireStrategy, Hireworx, Hobsons, Honeycomb Consulting, Hy.ly, ICF International, ICG, Identika, idfive, iHeartMedia, immixGroup, Inc., In The Capital, Inanda Business Marketing, Infinitive, Infoition News Services, Information Builders, Innova UEV, Innovation Network.guru, InScope International, Inside Lacrosse, Institute for Excellence in Sales, Integram, IntelliDyne, LLC, Interface Media Group, Intermarkets, Inc., Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB), Intero Advisory, Interstate Service Group, iostudio, iQ Media, Iron Bow Technologies, Iron Mountain, iyotee inc., Jackson Lewis P.C., Jensen Design, Jhpiego, JM MC, John Spaulding Photo, Juniper Networks, Just Add Firewater, JWatson Creative, KB Concepts P.R., Keppler Speakers, Kercus Holding Inc, Key Marketing Services, Kinsella Media, KiwiTech LLC, Korn/Ferry International, L-Soft international, Inc., L&R Communications, Land Trust Alliance, Larnish & Associates, Inc, Lattice Engines, Leading Authorities, LeadPeople LLC, LeapFrog Solutions, Level 3 Communications, Leverage Marketing Agency, LewisPR, Linksoft Innovate, LLC, Lio Johnson, LivingSocial, LMI, LMO Advertising, London Ink, Loudoun Economic Development, Mac Mannes, Inc., Management Concepts, Mandiant, Mark von Keszycki, Mark Wright Communications LLC, Market Connections, Inc., Market Torque, MarketBridge, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Masking Networks, McGladrey LLP, MDB Communications, Measured Results Marketing, Media Fusion Ine./NASA, memoryBlue, Merritt Group, Mervis Diamond Importers, MGAC, MiCORE Solutions, MicroTech, Mid-Atlantic Venture Association, MilkPEP, Millennial Media, Millennium Marketing Solutions, Inc., MindCruncher LLC, MNI/Time Inc, Mobiletech, Mobility Lab, Modis, Mojo, Mondo, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, MorganFranklin Consulting, mPortal, MRI, , MSBD, Inc., MyerConnex, N.E.W. Customer Service Companies, NADA, NADART, National Gallery of Art, National Geographic, National League of Cities, National Lutheran Communities & Services, National Parks Conservation Association, NavigationArts, Navistar Defense, Navy Federal Credit Union, NCG Media LLC, NCI, nclud, LLC, NDG Communications, NeoSystems, Neovera, net2E,  NetApp, NetPlus, NetStrategies, Netuitive, Inc, NeuroTrax, Neustar Information Services, NEWS USA, Newseum, NewsiT LLC, Next Level Branding, Nexus Systems, NII Holdings, NIKA, nitrocreative, Nitto, Northern Virginia Media Services Belvoir Eagle, Quantico, Nova Technology Partners, Ntava, NXC North America, O'Keefe Communications, O2 Lab, Inc., O3 World, Octane Public Relations & Advertising, OmniStudio, OpenConcept Systems, Inc., Optoro / BLINQ, Orchestro, ORI, Outside GC, outsourceIT, Pappas Group, Parature, Paxfire, PCI, Pew Research Center, PGCFCU, Phase2 Technology, Pitney Bowes Software, Plan B Technologies, Inc., PlowShare Group, Pondera International, PR Newswire, Producers, Production Solutions, Profiles, Prominence, Qmulos, Quantitative Software Management, Inc., QUOIN, Inc., Quote My Source, R&K Solutions, R2integrated, RainedOut, Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions, RDA Corporation, RDC Public Relations, LLC, Real Magnet, Redmon Group Inc., RegReady, REHAU Construction LLC, Renegade Communications, Resonate, Reston Limousine, Revecent, RFP Associates, Right Source Marketing, Riverbed, Robbins Gioia, Robert H. Smith School of Business, Roberts Mlotkowski Safran & Cole, PC, Rocket Fuel, Rose Financial Services, RP3 Agency, RR Donnelley, RTCS, RyanSharkey, LLP, Rybbon, Sage Communications, SageWater, Sales Engine Media, Salesforce.com, Sapling Pictures, Sawmill Marketing Public Relations, School of Management, George Mason University, Schule Media & Marketing, Inc., Scott Circle, Search Technologies, Semper Fi Fund, Sensis, ServiceNow, SES Government Solutions, Shentel, ShowGizmo, Sierra Nevada Corp, Silverback Strategies, Inc., Siteworx, LLC, SkillsUSA, Slice Communications, Smith & Harroff, SNVC, Social Media Explorer, Social Radar, Social@Ogilvy/OgilvyPR, Softchoice Corporation, Software AG Government Solutions, Solar Electric Power Association, SolarWinds, Solution Street, Solutions Marketing Group, Sonatype, Spacenet, Spark Experience Design, SpeakerBox Communications, Spectra Global, Speedpro Imaging Northern Virginia, Sphere of Influence, Spree Commerce, Spurrier Media Group, SSi Consulting, Starfish Retention Solutions, Stevenson University, STG, Inc., Stonerose, Storyfarm, StoryTech Consulting LLC, Strategic Communications Group, Strayer University, Streetsense, Success in the City, SureFire Social, Susan Davis International, T&L, Tallan, Target Marketing Group, Tech Wire Media, Technology Rivers  / Hireworx, Telcordia Operations Solutions, TelecomHUB, Tellenger, Inc., TENPEARLS, Teradata, The Advisory Board Company, The Alden, The Alim Foundation Inc., The American Institute of Architects, The Associated Press, The Borenstein Group, Inc., The BOSS Group, The Bounce Group, The Bozzuto Group, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers, The Duke & the Duck, The Gigawatt Group, The Great Courses, The HUBConnects Meetup, The Hughes Group, The Nature Conservancy, The Prudential Insurance Company of America, The Roan Group, The Robin Bowers Co, LLC, The Sutter Group, The Teaching Company, The Treatment and Learning Centers, The Washington Examiner, ThinkFoodGroup, ThreatConnect, Three Gypsy's & Associates, Three Pillar Global, threespot, TimeLife, TKSS, LLC, TMP Government, TorchLight Hire, Townhall, Travel Channel, Trees for the Future, TRSA, U.S. Trust, UMUC, Undertone, University of Maryland, Smith School of Business, URAC, Urgent Message, US Bank, USA TODAY, USDA, USTelecom Association, V! Studios, Valhalla Partners, ValueClick Media, Varick Media Management, Varner Communications, VelocityMarketing.com, Venturehouse Group LLC, Verisign, Video Blocks, Vincent Roa Group, LLC, Virginia SBDC, Virginia Tech, EMBA Program, Virtacore, Vitamin T, Voice-Over Artist, Voter Gravity, W2 Communications, Washington Business Journal, Washington Post, Washingtonian Custom Media, Watkins Meegan LLC, WaveLength Analytics, WBA Research, WeatherBug, WebbMason, WebMechanix, WeddingWire, Weiss PR, Welz & Weisel Communications, WeMedia, West Street Productions, WhatCounts, Whereoware, White and Partner, , Wicked Sage, LLC, williams whittle, WillU2, WMC Global, World Bank Group, Worldwide ERC, Wunderman, XO Communications, Xtone, Inc., YaSabe, Young Marketing, Zansors, Zippy Shell, Zolon Tech, Zoomph, ZoomSafer  

at National Education Association
1201 16th St NW
Washington, United States

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Best Southwest Everything Teen Expo 2017

Best Southwest Everything Teen Expo 2017
Event on 2017-04-08 10:00:00
Join 75 organizations while making connections with 1,500+ teens and members of the community.       All teens earn 5 community service hours for attending!   Testimonials I wanted to thank you for an outstanding Teen Expo. GG's Gown Gallery made some great contacts and met some wonderful people.  Job Well Done!Debbie McCrary-EldridgeGG's Gown Gallery    Thank you so much for allowing Parkland Community Health Plan to participate Saturday’s April 2nd, 2016 Teen Expo. I had a real good time speaking to the teenagers who came by to visit and ask questions at my information table. Terri A. Ibarra Parkland Community Health Plan    We thank you so much for the teen expo event Saturday. The staff at Bridging the Gap Owens Foundation had so much fun and met a lot of people and learned so much.Tondra Dennis   Thank you so much for having us!! It was a pleasure. The dancers and their parents were so grateful for the opportunity. We are surely interested in participating next year, not only with a performance but perhaps we will be able to set up a booth as well.Omoniyi ObiohaAcademy DirectorDallas Black Dance Theater   Thank you for allowing me to be a participating vendor at the BSW Teen Expo. It was a joy to see the young teens visit A Touch of Style's table. Most of the items I chose to displayed were geared towards teens and they seemed to really appreciate that. Being a mother of a young teenager it makes my heart smile to see events such as the BSW Teen Expo take place. It's imperative that we hold events that focuses on developing these energetic teens into successful adults/entrepreneurs. To be a participating vendor was a wonderful experience. I think it was a great turn out and I look forward to participating next year. Jaquinthia Stinson      FAQs What is the “Best Southwest Everything Teen Expo 2016”? ETE is a Best Southwest collaborative Teen Expo for teens 13 – 18 in partnership with the DeSoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville and Lancaster Public Libraries, driven, planned, and organized largely by teenagers. Where will it be held?DeSoto Town Center211 E. Pleasant Run Road DeSoto, Texas 75115When will it be held?Saturday, April 08, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.How much does it cost to attend?There is no charge to attend the event. There is a charge for vendors.What is the vision of ETE? To enrich the lives of teens by connecting them with community, resources, services, and support. What is the overall goal of ETE? Our goal is for teenagers to build and sustain meaningful and positive relationships with their community by connecting them with businesses, non-profits, colleges, government institutions, and other organizations both local and nationwide through fun and engaging interactions. This Expo will allow teens to connect with professionals while learning about valuable resources and services that can help them pursue their passion, find their purpose, succeed and overcome obstacles in their lives.Why is there a need for ETE?  There is a real disconnect between teens and the community. ETE can help organizations have a stronger connection with teenagers. ETE can help organizations that may be underutilizing their resources for teens. ETE can help organizations promote resources and services that would help teenagers. ETE can help organizations tap into the hard to reach teen demographic. ETE can help organizations show that they care about teenagers and the community. ETE can help organizations recruit teens as volunteers, interns or for employment.   What makes this expo different from other teen events?This will be the first time that the Best Southwest area will work cooperatively to bring resources and services chosen by and catered especially for teenagers to one place to make them easily accessible. Library staff will team up with teens from area high schools and/or organizations to work together to recruit local and national organizations, teen volunteers, school administrators, community leaders, local government and community members to participate in the event.What’s in it for teens? Access to numerous resources and information on topics that interest them. Meaningful, lasting connections with great organizations and professionals. Inspiration from motivational speakers, entrepreneurs, and people doing what they hope to do in the future. Interactive games and activities. Community Service Hours. Food, fun, and live entertainment. Earn Community Service Hours. Is this a teen only event?No. This event is not only for teens but for anyone who works with teenagers, parents, guardians, school administrators, and community leaders. We also encourage family, friends, and even the young at heart to attend. We want the community to show up in a big way to show their support. What will vendors and organizations do at the event?Vendors will be at their table engaging with teens, walking around engaging with teens, and participating in great games and activities with teens! Basically you will be having fun spreading your information while connecting with teenagers.   How much is a vendor table at ETE? Businesses can reserve a vendor table and two chairs at teh event for 0. Vendor tables are free for non-profits with 501c3 (must provide 501c3 determination letter or valid proof).   Can organizations participate if they don’t cater to teens? Absolutely. This event is not only about connecting teens to great resources and services but also about connecting them with the great people working at your organization. Whether you cater to teens or not, you’re invited to come help us create new connections. We encourage organizations of all shapes and sizes to reserve a vendor table and tell their stories. Whether you’re an electrician, mortgage broker, real estate agent, musician, lawyer, doctor, restaurant owner, or WHATEVER, this event is about connecting teens with people from all walks of life. They will want to learn more about what you do.What can you do to help? ETE needs motivational speakers and presenters.Presentations should be no more than 15 minutes, be interactive, and engaging. ETE needs sponsors. Sponsorship OpportunitiesBecome a sponsor at ETE. This is a large undertaking and sponsors play a critical role in making it successful. The Desoto Public Library has 175,000 customer visits per year. The combined total customer visits between all participating libraries is 532,000. Your sponsorship will be viewed by a considerable number of people in the community. We have provided several levels of sponsorships for you to choose from (choose one or a few):Official Title Sponsor ,000 (2 featured sponsors)Help us reach our goal of giving out K in scholarships to teens who actively participate in planning ETE for college and career training. Become one of 2 Official Title Sponsors who will have their company’s logo prominently displayed on promotional bags given to each attendee at the Expo. Attendees become walking billboards for their company throughout the program. Inserting their marketing collateral into the promotional bags is an opportunity to ensure the maximum number of attendees receives their information on their business. Company name of Official Title Sponsor of the Everything Teen Expo to be read and announced as follows, “Best Southwest Everything Teen Expo 2016 presented by the DeSoto Public Library and ABC & XYZ Companies”. Company name and logo prominently on front of promotional bag and included on all marketing advertisements. Company flyers or handbills distributed in promotional bags at Information Booth. Exclusive press release sent announcing company’s sponsorship of ETE. Company name and logo on press releases, radio announcements, television and print advertisement. Company name and logo featured in Library email blast newsletter reaching 19,000 customers. Company name and logo printed on Official Expo Guide. Company promoted as a sponsor on the Desoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Lancaster Public Libraries’ websites. Hyper-Link exchange between sponsor & ETE website featured on all participating library websites. Exhibitor space (near entrance location). Right to use event name in all marketing campaigns Official Area Sponsor ,500 (6 highlighted sponsors) Help us reach our goal of giving out K in scholarships to teens who actively participate in planning ETE for college and career training. Become one of 6 Official Area Sponsors Section of the expo named after your company. Company logo prominently displayed in the section of the expo. Company name and logo included on promotional bag and included on all marketing advertisements. Company name and logo on press releases. Hyper-Link exchange between sponsor & ETE website featured on all participating library websites. Company name and logo printed on Official Expo Guide. Company name and logo featured in Library email blast newsletter reaching 19,000 customers. Company promoted as a sponsor on the Desoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, Lancaster Public Libraries’ websites. Exhibitor Space. Right to use event name in all marketing campaigns.  Marketing Sponsor 0 – 500 (promotional sponsors)Market your organization by co-branding with us on our giveaways. 0 (Platinum) Company name and logo included on banner and all marketing advertisements. Company name and logo featured in Library email blast newsletter reaching 19,000 customers. Company promoted as Marketing Sponsor on the Desoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Lancaster Public Libraries’ websites. 0 (Gold) Company name included on all marketing advertisements. Company name and logo featured in Library email blast newsletter reaching 19,000 customers. Company promoted as Marketing Sponsor on the Desoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Lancaster Public Libraries’ websites.   0 (Silver) Company name included on all marketing advertisements.   (Bronze) Business Insert Giveaway Sponsor  – gift card, etc.To encourage engagement and interaction, we plan to give out a number of small awards for participating in various planned activities and games. Donate any items that you believe would be great for this. Company name and logo featured in Library email blast newsletter reaching 19,000 customers. Company promoted as a sponsor on the Desoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Lancaster Public Libraries’ websites as a giveaway sponsor. Connecting SponsorHelp us create ongoing meaningful connections with teenagers by offering internships, employment, and other great opportunities our attendees can take part in after ETE. Company promoted as a sponsor on the Desoto, Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Lancaster Public Libraries’ websites as a Connecting Sponsor Make sponsorship checks payable to: City of DeSoto Thank you for considering making a tax-deductible contribution. We are an Exempt organization as described in Section 115(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.    How can I contact the organizer with any questions? For more information contact: Ms. Marq RunnelsDeSoto Public Library972.230.9663mrunnels@desototexas.gov  

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211 East Pleasant Run Road
Desoto, United States

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Real Estate In The Digital Age

Real Estate In The Digital Age
Event on 2017-02-22 11:00:00
Want to learn more about Real Estate in the digital age? Join us February 22nd, 11am-1pm. LUNCH & LEARN! Class taught by Academy Mortgage's very own in-house videographer! Using Your Full Potential Use the tools at your disposal to establish your brand and engage your leads. Video Content, Facebook & Instagram Short, content-driven videos capture the attention of your clients and connect you to their dream of home ownership. Sponsored by: Academy Mortgage – North Scottsdale American Title Service Agency Questions? Contact Lauren.Romero@AcademyMortgage.com

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15333 N. Pima Road #205
Scottsdale, United States

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Dawn Chasers – 12 Hour Night Trail Run, Wimbleball Lake

Dawn Chasers – 12 Hour Night Trail Run, Wimbleball Lake
Event on 2017-04-22 18:01:00
The stunning Wimbleball Lake on the edge of Exmoor is home to our very first Dawn Chasers 12 Hour Night Trail Run on the night of Saturday 22nd through to Sunday 23rd April 2017. This 12 hour endurance race is open to Soloists as well as Teams of 2, 3-4 and 5-6 people running in relay; making it an accessible yet challenging event for people with wide ranging levels of fitness. We start at 6.01pm, running in the light to familiarise yourself with the routes before night falls when your head torches will lead the way through to Dawn. Official sunrise at 6.01am marks the end of the race and then we come together for a well-deserved breakfast and prize giving. The aim is to complete as many laps of the course as possible within the twelve hour timeframe. Soloists can run continuously for the 12 hours or take breaks. Teams run the race in relay with one runner out on the route at any one time. There are two routes to choose from to keep things interesting and varied – one 8km and the other 16km (which will count as two laps). We welcome hardcore competitors as well as those who are just with us for the great atmosphere or to support a charity close to their heart – so long as everyone in the team has completed at least one lap, walking or running, that’s good enough for us! Places in this inaugural event are limited to 400 runners. The Event Village overlooks the lake and will be a place to come together and socialise overnight if you’re not getting some sleep between your stints on the course. The hub of the Event Village is our main marquee where we want to create a place where competitors can chill out, warm up, re-fuel, stretch and generally hang out. Inside, you can access live updates from the event – so you can keep up to speed with how many laps you have completed and how the other competitors are faring. Just to keep things spicy! Also inside is our all night cafe will keep you supplied with unlimited hot drinks in your Dawn Chasers mug as well as selling soup and snacks. Download the Participant Information Pack here. Race entry For an entry fee of just £70 per person, you'll receive an incredible package: – Dawn Chasers neck tube/buff – Finishers medal – Breakfast (choose three items from a selection of MOMA porridges, fruit salad, Stapleton Yoghurts as well as awesome croissants and pain au chocolate from the local Bawdens the Bakers!) – Dawn Chasers mug and unlimited hot drinks throughout the event (we'll be serving quality ground coffee and teas all night long) – Toilets and hot showers – Camping in one of the South West's most stunning locations which is a Dark Sky Reserve (and in an exclusive area overlooking the lake) – Parking for two days – Water/feed station and toilets on the route – Chip timing and live updates on lap progress IMPORTANT  REGISTRATION INFORMATION:  Soloists should select the "Individual" registration option. Teams of 2, 3-4 and 5-6 should select the "Team" registration option. The first person to register from your team will be the Team Captain and they will need to set up a Team Name and password. That person should then complete their own information and pay for their own place before inviting fellow team mates to join their Team. You can send invitations by viewing your tickets in Eventbrite and clicking on "invite team members". The remaining team members can then follow the link in the email received, enter the password and complete their personal information/pay for their own place online.  Only one team member can register/pay at a time – due to the legal implications of filling out the personal information and medical/risk declarations, it must be read and completed by each individual.  The venue The breathtaking Wimbleball Lake is one of the South West’s most stunning locations and has been nominated to be the first Dark Skies Discovery Site on Exmoor. Exmoor National Park has been designated an International Dark Sky Reserve, the first place in Europe to achieve this prestigious award and only the second in the world. Telescope hire is available from the Outdoor & Active Centre so you can enjoy superb stargazing opportunities. It’s the perfect venue for a night running event! If we are lucky enough to get a clear night then we will enjoy unrivalled views of the stars above, maybe even the Milky Way, and hopefully a stunning sunrise over the lake. Charity fundraising By pushing through the night, we are showing solidarity with those facing their darkest hour or their own struggles; whether it is the long road to recovery, coping with the loss of a loved one or fighting illness. We hope our runners may take the opportunity to raise money for charity. We would love runners to get behind our Charity of the Year, North Devon Hospice, and you can choose to raise sponsorship for this fantastic charity during online registration. We are also delighted that there will be many other charities represented on the night by runners supporting causes close to their own heart. Spectators Friends and family can come along on the Saturday or Sunday (daytime only) and simply pay for parking at the meter. Alternatively,  they can purchase our Spectators Package for £20 per person which includes parking for two days, camping, a Dawn Chasers mug with unlimited hot drinks and a choice of three items at breakfast. Children aged 2-12 years are £10 which includes camping, unlimited hot/cold squash, a choice of two items for breakfast with a carton of juice or bottle of water. Under 2’s are free and they can have a choice of one item for breakfast, if required. Breakfast is by pre-order only with this Spectators Package – there will not be an opportunity to purchase breakfast on the day, but the fantastic Duck Cafe will be open from 10am and serve a wonderful range of food, drinks and snacks. Click here to find out more. Volunteers needed The Dawn Chasers 12 Hour Night Trail Run can not run without a team of fantastic volunteers. If you are taking part and your friends and family are coming along, could they volunteer? It's a great way to get involved and save the cost of the spectators package too! We are looking for people to help across the whole event – during the day on Saturday, through the night and on the Sunday morning. Roles will be either Event Village based or out marshalling on the course and shifts will be approximately four hours long depending on the role. In return, you’ll get a Dawn Chasers mug, unlimited hot drinks, camping, parking, soup/bread and/or breakfast depending on when you are volunteering with us. Please visit our website for more information and to register as a volunteer or get in touch if you have any questions. Click here to find out more. About Dawn Chasers… Dawn Chasers is a brand new series of tough endurance events. The format of each event is very different – whether in terms of budget, fitness, training commitment required or the level of challenge. They all share a common theme – they are tough and run overnight with the aim to complete the challenge at or around Dawn. Participants will challenge themselves physically and mentally in well organised, supported events that reward them with an incredible experience, great coffee and a damn good breakfast.  The series currently includes: Night Climb and Cliff Face Sleepover (Snowdonia, North Wales) – available now Night Hikes (Dartmoor and Brecon Beacons) – available now 12 Hour Night Trail Run (Wimbleball Lake, Exmoor) – available now, 2nd venue in planning Night Road Cycle/Sportive – in planning Visit the Dawn Chasers website

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Dulverton
Taunton, United Kingdom

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Inside the Mind of a Venture Capitalist

Inside the Mind of a Venture Capitalist
Event on 2017-02-18 09:30:00
This intensive venture capital course, taught by leading venture capitalist J. Skyler Fernandes, covers everything from the basics to the more advanced details of venture capital. Venture capital is like the Wild West of finance, where investors look to identify the “next big thing” when companies are at a very early stage in their existence. The return potential is huge, but the risk is also great (with a possible loss of 100 percent of invested capital in 50–75 percent of portfolio companies). This course, designed for both entrepreneurs and investors, introduces the process of investment evaluation, develops the theory of due diligence, and explores various issues related to valuation and investment structures. Learn how to source deal flow, to review investment opportunities and conduct due diligence, and to calculate the valuation of a company and internal rate of return using a waterfall analysis. Other course topics include the differences between angel capital, venture capital, corporate venture capital, and private equity; venture capital fund structures; case studies of real start-ups and early-stage growth companies; cap table analysis; exit analysis; VC portfolio theory; and more. YOU'LL WALK AWAY WITH The ability to source deal flow The ability to calculate the valuation of a company IDEAL FOR Entrepreneurs Corporate officers, sole proprietors, firm partners, and investors who seek to develop familiarity with the sources and techniques of venture capital INSTRUCTOR J. Skyler Fernandes is the founding Managing Director of Simon Venture Group (SVG), a multi-stage venture capital group focused on investing in the future innovation of retail and commerce, and he is ranked as a PowerList 100 VC. SVG is the venture capital arm of Simon, an S&P 100 company and the largest retail real estate company in the world, and is ranked by CB Insights as a top 5 corporate venture group within retail. Simon Venture Group invests in five core ecosystems: Data Analytics & Marketing, Localized & Personalized Commerce, Recommerce & Experiential Retail, Rising New Brands, and IoT Smart City / Building Tech. SVG invests 0K-M+ in early stage high growth companies (Seed-Series C rounds) that are strategic to Simon, its retailers, consumers, and the retail industry. Mr. Fernandes has developed key entrepreneur resources, such as "The Best Startup Pitch Deck"​, a top ranked investor pitch deck template online, viewed and downloaded over 450,000 times and used by accelerators and business schools. Mr. Fernandes also co-founded with his wife the board game, "The Next Big Thing: The Game of Entrepreneurship"​, http://www.nextbigthingboardgame.com/Mr. Fernandes graduated early from New York University (NYU), summa cum laude, due to his studies at Harvard University in Physics and Foreign Policy. Mr. Fernandes is an adjunct professor at NYU, teaching Venture Capital Intensive, is on the board and faculty of Bard's MBA, and is a frequent speaker on venture capital at Harvard Business School and Wharton Business School. Mr. Fernandes also gave a TEDx Talk on Venture Capital, called "Innovating the Financing of Innovation".

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37 E. 28th Street #201-3
New York, United States

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Green Coffee Analytics Course, Roasting Styles Course & Inventory Management Course at Mojo Coffee Roasters

Green Coffee Analytics Course, Roasting Styles Course & Inventory Management Course at Mojo Coffee Roasters
Event on 2017-02-15 09:00:00
Royal Coffee is proud to announce Crown on the Road – Classes and workshops taught by the team from Royal & The Crown are coming to a city near you! Distilling our Crown Jewel Selections into coursework on Green Coffee Analytics, Roasting Styles, and Inventory Management, we’ll be visiting Berkeley, Denver, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Austin & New Orleans throughout January & February 2017. Join us while we anticipate the opening of The Crown: Royal Coffee Lab & Tasting Room. These courses are a must take for production roasters, home roasters, green coffee buyers & aspiring coffee professionals. Save when you register for all 3 classes Green Coffee Analytics with Evan GilmanDensity, Screen Size & Water Activity: Theory & Application for Roasters & Buyers · 09:00 – 11:00amWant to take just this course? Register here This class lays the groundwork for thorough understanding of green coffee quality, and is a must for roasters and green buyers. Course work will move beyond simple analyses methods to highlight specifics of how a coffee’s physical quality affects global trade, roasting methods, and flavors. After this class, you will… Be able to implement green coffee analysis methods in your place of work Understand the relationship of green quality to global trade to make better decisions Utilize green quality to your benefit to make informed choices during roasting Roasting Styles & Impact on Flavor with Jen ApodacaA Roasting Workshop · 012:00pm – 3:00pmWant to take just this course? Register hereLooking to add some skills to your roasting tool kit? Here, you'll learn three distinct roasting theories. We will demonstrate how to apply them in a drum roaster and evaluate their success on the cupping table with several coffees of varied origin, density, screen size, and moisture content. Students will be introduced to the following roasting theories: Keeping the Rate of Rise in Constant Descent – Scott Rao Elongating the Maillard Reactions for Body – Rob Hoos Resting after First Crack – the “S” Curve technique by Ed Leebrick Menu Development & Inventory Management with The Crown TeamA Workshop to Plan, Manage & Release Coffees · 03:30 – 5:30pmWant to take just this course? Register here So you’ve bought incredible coffees – now what? Learn to strategize a coffee’s release to market, balance inventory numbers, quality, and cost, and expect the unexpected when forecasting supply and demand. After completing the course, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge to help you… Manage inventory with an eye to improving usage and advanced planning Convert coffee information into marketing strategies for new coffee releases Combine intuition, good practices, and software to improve the quality of your products and efficiency of your business Graciously Hosted by  About the Instructors Evan Gilman, Creative Director, Royal Coffee, Inc.:  Evan is, amongst other things, a photographer, musician in a Balinese gamelan, a brewer, and a licensed Q Grader. He joins The Crown after extensive travel throughout Indonesia, work as a trainer for Blue Bottle Coffee Company, and 15 years in the coffee industry.   Jen Apodaca, Director of Roasting, Royal Coffee, Inc.:  Jen started roasting coffee in 2005 for McMenamins Inc. in Portland, Oregon. She has roasted coffee for Ecco Caffe, Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea, and Blue Bottle Coffee. She is now the Director of Roasting for The Crown; Royal Coffee Lab & Tasting Room. She has experience on several styles of roasting machines and is dedicated to the craft of making coffee more delicious. She serves on the SCAA's Roaster's Guild Executive Council, is a certified Q-Grader, is the Chair Emeritus of the Coffee Committee of the Good Food Awards and has been an international juror for the Cup of Excellence.

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420-A Huso St
New Orleans, United States

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