Featured Breakout Session Speakers

Expanding Your Reach: The Art of Content Writing

Instead of passive and mundane writing, explore how your words can leap off the page to entice your readers. Read More.

SELMA TUCKER

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
PUBLIC SECTOR CONSULTANTS

As wonky as he is charismatic, Selma sees his work at PSC as a platform for public service. He looks beyond what the firm produces, and envisions how those products might better someone. Whether it’s helping Michigan communities compete for talent or finding a new a way to help families finance energy projects, he is focused on making sure Michigan residents get the best from their government. Selma will be the leading the breakout session "Expanding Your Reach: The Art of Content Writing" on Wednesday, July 12.
@pscmichigan
publicsectorconsultants.com

Strategic Illiteracy: The Membership Time Bomb

For most companies, strategic thinking and future crafting are not reinforced and rewarded. Read more.

Going APE for the Future of Membership

Your association needs to get members beyond how they’ve always done things and into a more actively proactive space. Read more.

CYNTHIA D'AMOUR, MBA

LEADERSHIP STRATEGISTS
PEOPLE POWER UNLIMITED

For more than twenty years, Cynthia has worked with association leaders and staff to get more members involved using a marketing-savvy leadership approach. Cynthia is a frequent speaker for ASAE and was the top-rated speaker for the 2011 annual meeting in St. Louis.

Cynthia will be leading the Inspirational Insight session, "Strategic Illiteracy: The Membership Time Bomb," on Wednesday, July 12 and "Going APE for the Future of Membership" Association Lab on Thursday, July 13.
@CynthiaDAmour
peoplepowerunlimited.com


All Breakout Session Speakers


KARLENE BELYEA, MBA

Chief Executive Officer
Michigan Veterinary Medical Association

Bio

Session: Communications Tips for Creating a Team that Rocks!

KIMBERLY BODE

Principal
834 Design & Marketing

Bio

Sessions:
Show Me the Money! Where Did I Spend It? & Creating an Identity: The Brand Called YOU

JOHN GILKEY

NuWave Technology Partners

Bio

Session: Don't DIY Your Security: Ways to Prepare for a Security Breach

VERONICA GRACIA-WING

Associate Strategist
Piper and Gold Public Relations
Bio

Session: Email Effectiveness: Push Through the Clutter

RED KATZ

Entrepreneur
Red Inspires
Bio

Session: Live Your YOUlogy for Sales
Keynote: Live Your YOUlogy for Success

BOB KOBOSKY

Vice President, Global Accounts
ConferenceDirect
Bio

Session: Bring Disruption to Your Events

ROB MCCARTY

Jack of All
The Image Shoppe
Bio

Session: Beyond Traditional - Let’s Get Digital

DONNA OSER, CAE

Director of Leadership Development and Executive Search Services
Michigan Association of School Boards
Bio

Session: Words that Don’t Work

CHAD PAALMAN

Co-founder & Managing Partner
NuWave Technology Partners

Bio

 

Session: Don't DIY Your Security: Ways to Prepare for a Security Breach
Keynote: You Are a Target and So Are Your Members

SUE RADWAN, CAE, MED., ARM, SMP

Owner
Leading Edge Mentoring

Bio

Session:
Design Thinking: Motivate Culture and Inspire Action

PAUL SCHMIDT

Production Director
UnoDeuce Multimedia

Bio

Session:
 Using Video to Show Your Why

DAVID WESTMAN, MBA, CAE, CPA

CEO
Westman & Associates Consulting, LLC

Bio

Session:
How to Know When to Establish & Sunset Committees

AARON WOLOWIEC, MSA, CAE, CMP, CTA

Founder and President
Event Garde, LLC

Bio

Session:
Five Ways to Motivate Your Speakers to Care about Learning Design

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