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Speaking Engagements

Operation Enterprise (OE), the Young Adult Leadership Program of the American Management Association

OE seminar topics delivered include: leadership, communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, presentation skills

Summer Programs

  • UCLA, Los Angeles, CA – 2007, 2008
  • Columbia, New York City, NY – 2003-2008
  • College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA – 2001
  • Tulane University, New Orleans, LA – 2000

FBLA Conferences, offering OE topics and my Major In You presentation

  • Pennsylvania State Leadership Conference – 2006-Present
  • National FBLA Conference, Chicago, Anaheim – 2007, 2009
  • Regional FBLA Conference, New Orleans – 2008

National Academy Foundation
offering several OE topics and 2008, 2009 Major In You presentation
New York, NY

Boy Scouts of America
offering OE topics & Major In You presentation 2009
New York, NY

Boy Scouts of America
Camp for students with special needs, 2008 workshops re: goal-setting and self-esteem
New York, NY

Operation Enterprise Staff Team Orientation
2008 Coaching on interpersonal and presentation skills
New York, NY

OAEOPP
Ohio Assn. of Education Opportunity Program Personnel, 2007-2008
offering several OE topics during multiple sessions per day

Columbus, OH

Additional Venues

Clark University: Admitted Students Weekend 2009
For Parents Only, re: the changes/transition parents will experience
Worcester, MA

Pinelands Residential Group Home, Juvenile Justice Commission 2006-2009
Creator and trainer for staff development workshops re: coaching residents, diversity, learning disabilities
Chester, NJ

Pinelands Residential Group Home, Juvenile Justice Commission 2006
Creator and trainer for workshop for residents re: diversity
Chester, NJ

Pompton Lakes High School 2005, 2009
Major In You presentation
Pompton Lakes, NJ

All Kinds of Girls (AKOG), Clark University 2008
Mentor Training re: personal strengths, child development, and the teaching/learning process
Worcester, MA

State University of New York: Fashion Institute of Technology 2002-2007
Developer of Retreat/Workshops for students with learning disabilities re: self-esteem, strengths, learning at college
NYC, NY

State University of New York: Fashion Institute of Technology 2006
Developer and trainer for faculty re: learning disabilities and the college age student
NYC, NY

State University of New York: Fashion Institute of Technology 2003, 2006
Developer and trainer for faculty re: diversity
NYC, NY

I-LEAD, Bank Street College of Education 2001-2002
Staff developer for teachers in four Catholic schools in NYC
NYC, NY

State University of New York: Fashion Institute of Technology 2000
Developer and trainer for faculty re: Accelerated Learning – Creative Design, Effective Results
NYC, NY

Englewood Public School District 1996-1998
Developer and trainer for faculty re: diversity
Englewood, NJ

Teleclasses

  • The Search for College: Learn how to support your teen 2009
  • Living Through – and Loving – the Teen Years 2005, 2009
  • Your Teen + the College Search & Selection Process 2005, 2007

Professional Activities

  • “Accelerated Learning: Capturing the Essence of Universal Design through Curriculum Development (Designing with Learners in Mind)” presented at the 2001, Theories & Applications of Universal Design: Integrating Differences, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
  • “The Interdisciplinary Bridge Between Educators & Archaeology” presented at the 2001 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, The Society for Historical Archaeology, Long Beach, CA
  • “Multiple Intelligences and the Teaching/Learning Process” presented at the 2000 NYSTESOL, New York City Regional Conference, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
  • “Accelerated Learning: Turning Ho-Hum into Wow!” Presented at the 1999 IACET Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
  • “Celebrating Diversity” presented at the 1999 Suffern Middle School Diversity Day, Suffern, NY

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