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Webinars: Trends, Best Practices, and Avoiding Pitfalls

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  • Renee Latimer, MBA, DES

    Senior Manager for Meetings Technology, American Dental Education Association

    Renee parlays her business acumen and passion for education into integrating technology with learning. In Renee’s current role with the American Dental Education Association, she coordinates both small and mid-size domestic and international events, in addition to managing intersecting technologies such as mobile apps, webinars, and ADEA’s learning management system. Renee earned her Digital Event Strategist (DES) certification in December 2016.

  • Jennifer London

    Content Director, Diversity Best Practices

    Jennifer joins the Diversity Best Practices team after working as an Associate Event Coordinator on the Working Mother Conferences and Events team, as well as Interim Client Services Director.

    Throughout her 15 year career in education, Jennifer has had the opportunity to work with a wide range of young people, teachers and administrators, and parents including middle school children in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, the Tohono O’odham Tribe in Southern Arizona and most recently, LGBTQ youth of color in New York. In addition to her direct service work, Jennifer has designed and facilitated professional development for teachers and school administrators from all over the country. Jennifer looks forward to bringing her unique perspective to the diversity and inclusion conversation.

    Jennifer received her undergraduate degree in Sociology and Theatre from Brandeis University and her Masters in Education in Administration, Planning and Social Policy from Harvard Graduate School of Education. She lives in the Lower East Side of Manhattan with her husband and daughter. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, reading as many books as possible, riding her bike around NYC, and rooting for the Red Sox.

  • Jennifer Kanouse

    Director of Communications, National TB Controllers Association

    Jennifer works at the National TB Controllers Association (NTCA). By training, a technical writer and instructional designer, with a Master's degree in education, she has done instructional design and content development for online courses on financial compliance, healthcare, and safety for Genentech and the University of California, San Francisco. She has written content for online and facilitator-led new hire orientations at Genentech, Charles Schwab, Levi Strauss, and Ross Stores. Since 2005, Jennifer's work has focused on tuberculosis in the public health field, first at the Curry International TB Center at the University of California, San Francisco, then at the NTCA. As a project manager, writer, and editor, she has worked with subject matter experts in public health to turn their expertise into training, manuals, and policy documents on tuberculosis care and prevention.
    She joined NTCA as a contractor in 2009 to assist with the website and project manage and copy edit the 2nd Edition of the TB Nursing Manual. Work expanded to include at different times conference planning, continuing education arrangements, membership, survey setup and data collection, social media, document editing, and setting up and running webinars. Now the Director of Communications, she edits copy for policy statements, patient care statements, website pages, newsletter articles, and social media and serves as the liaison to the National Society of TB Clinicians.

June 8, 2018
Fri 10:00 AM PDT
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